When your skin ages, signs of sun damage are more prone to appear on the skin. Age spots, darker skin, wrinkles, and even skin cancer can creep their way onto your skin if you don’t take prper measures to protect it. Protect your skin with an SPF of 30 or higher, whenever you go out in the sun, and reapply as needed. Wearing clothes that don’t expose your skin can also play a big role in protecting your skin from harmful UV rays. Doing this will help fade age spots you may have already had, and protect your skin from any further unsatisfying changes.
For older skin, cleansing products filled with chemicals and processed ingredients can cause the skin to dry out even further. A product that may have worked for you for years, will now not be healthy for your skin. Irritating ingredients in traditional body and face washes can cause rashes, dryness, and acne. Mild bar soaps can perform better by providing your skin extra moisture that it needs. Check any product label and avoid synthetic fragrances, sulfates, and parabens that are not friendly to sensitive skin.
The topmost layer of your skin is typically dead skin and is harder to shed off as your body ages. Our skin’s prior natural exfoliation process can tremendously slow in time and result in dryness, itching, clogged pores, and flaking skin. You should exfoliate your skin at least once a week or more depending on its dryness levels. Proper exfoliation can promote skin cell turnover, reducing the appearance of wrinkles and dark spots. When searching for a scrub, try and find ones with smaller scrubbing particles to be more gentle with removing dead skin.
The number of skincare products that claim to be tailored for more mature skin, but are actually packed with harsh chemicals is astonishing. Strong fragrances, toxins, and chemicals can be lurking in many skincare products. When applied to sensitive aging skin, it can really take a negative turn and speed up the aging process along with causing breakouts and weakening the skin further. Reduce your exposure to harmful ingredients by switching to all-natural products. The quality and performance from them can be much more noticeable and help your skin feel and look younger.
As previously mentioned, when the skin matures it loses the ability to retain moisture, making it thirstier than ever, especially during cold months or with dry air. Combat dry skin by applying a thick moisturizer directly after baths, throughout the day, or whenever your skin is feeling parched. Apply the moisturizer with some water still left after a shower on your body to really secure the moisture in your skin cells. A thicker cream can lock in moisture better and keep your mature skin type hydrated for longer. Moisturizing daily can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, return a glowing look to the skin, and a softer feel.
CAMMELLATTE COLLECTION FOR MATURE SKIN
Our Camel Milk Skincare Collection is tailored for aging skin. All of our products are deeply moisturizing, gentle to the skin and free of harmful ingredients.
CAMEL MILK BODY BUTTER: The Camel Milk Body Butter is naturally fragranced with a blend of essential oils. The smell is floral with hints of apple, and after setting into the skin, develops woody notes.
The texture is ultra-thick and rich, providing intense hydration. Every drop of this luxurious body butter acts as a powerful multivitamin for your skin, while leaving it healthy looking and incredibly soft.
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