possible to have glowing appearance at every stage of your age, including after
50 with older skin – though the term ‘glowing’ is a bit different than at your
20s. And if your goal is to simply look darn good at your age, the following
face creams would help a lot.
products for seniors are overwhelming out there, and it’s not always easy to
find the right one for your sensitive older skin. But you can choose some that
meet your skin requirements most so your skin is likely to look plump and
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Face creams if your older skin is drying out
natural moisturizer of your skin worked perfectly at 20s and 30s. But it
decreases over time, which is particularly true when you hit 40s or 50s.
decline would take a serious toll on your glowing appearance. The problem is
getting worse with the decline of other glowing key-features, a breakdown of
collagen and elastin fibers. All these things factor into drier and thinner
skin as you age.
always worth a try to regularly use moisturizers for older skin in order to
simply look good for your age.
simply and effective ways to keep the skin hydrated is with hyaluronic acid, a
hero molecule in skin moisture . It powerfully attracts and
holds a thousand times its weight in moisture. Plus, it can help promote
flawless and smooth skin.
hyaluronic acid is a must when you’re looking for moisturizing cream for older
skin. CeraVe moisturizing cream contains hyaluronic acid. And it’s free of
fragrance, which should be OK for sensitive skin.
thing why you should give it a shoot, it’s affordable in price. You can
purchase it for about $16.
are a fan of a bit fragrance, Cetaphil ‘rich hydrating night cream’ is worth a
try. Although it contains fragrance, it’s still safe for most all skin types
since its high-quality ingredients are formulated with less fragrance and
key point, it is a gentle cream that you can use year round. Also, it provides
hydrating effects without driving clogged pores.
dry skin with age would get worse, leading to itchy skin and more visible aging
spots. In such case, you may need a more powerful moisturizer to help deal
are several products to choose from, some of the best ones are as follows:
Triple lipid restore 2:4:2
which is not only helpful to replenish dull, loose and dry skin – but also
formulated with a lipid replenisher. It works deep inside your skin, restoring
the skin cell’s natural physiological composition to promote healthier and
younger skin cells.
drawback, it costs a fortune ($128). But if you’re expecting a more powerful
cream to help deal with aging skin, it’s worth a try.
Aqualia thermal rich cream moisturizer
probably your best bet if your skin is craving for moisturizer. Its more
powerful moisturizing effect comes from the great combination between
emollients (shea butter) and humectants (hyaluronic acid). But do a patch test
first, because it contains a light fragrance.
Miracle face cream for older skin, retinol
hard to beat retinol when it comes to treating signs of aging skin with topical
application. This topical ‘vitamin A-based’ substance can help ease fine lines,
skin wrinkles, pigmentation, and improve the superficial skin cell’s turnover .
retinol doesn’t work for everyone. Some people, especially those with sensitive
skin, may experience negative reactions (e.g. skin irritation). That’s why a
few alternatives exist, though they don’t work as powerful as retinol (see more
this topic in this section).
safe, choose retinol products formulated with least side effects. Here are a
few choices I recommend:
‘dermal-epidermis junction’ DEJ product is all-in-one moisturizing cream for
older skin, though the price is a bit more expensive — $150. It’s not only
formulated to help replenish moisture, but also rich in key ingredients for
more youthful looking as you age.
is likely to produce less collagen over time. The DEJ formula boosts the
natural collagen production, making tighter and firmness skin more likely.
the cream has 0.25 percent retinol to help improve skin cell turnover. New skin
cells are necessary to become light much better for your youthful and glowing
skin can tolerate retinol as well, this product is probably your best bet
especially if you’re on a budget and only care about price. It’s very
affordable, $17 across various online stores.
work? As with most products the answer varies. And ‘yes’, many consumers find that
it works to help ease some signs of aging skin like mild wrinkles, sun spots,
and fine lines.
probably it’s not good for sensitive skin. And keep out of your eyes, including
skin around eyes!
Slathering on SPF cream is also a must!
probably it’s a bit tedious to bear repeating that sunscreen plays a key role
in your skincare regimen. Even when you were at 15-year-old, slathering on a
decent sunscreen every day is a gold beauty rule.
damages your glowing appearance more than exposure to UV rays! In fact, UV rays
are a common culprit to make wrinkles, brown spots, or even skin cancer more
likely as you age .
some cosmetic products are likely to cause the skin become more photosensitive.
Let’s say retinol — while it boosts skin cell turnover, newer layers of the
skin will become more sensitive to UV rays.
goes for other popular ingredients such as alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy
acid (BHAs), hydroquinone, benzoyl peroxide, and even some topical
prescriptions. Several essential oils (e.g. bitter orange, mandarin leaf, lime,
lemon, and bergamot) are also likely to cause increased photosensitive.
sunscreen is an important pillar in our skin care regimen, especially for older
there are many sunscreen products to choose from, it’s not always easy to
choose one for mature skin. Each skin requirement varies, but the following are
a few ones that have most positive feedbacks: