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Hydrating Regime

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Your skin needs to be kept hydrated at all times, even if you have oily skin. Hydration works to help slow the aging process by helping to maintain your skin’s elasticity and help to prevent fine lines and wrinkles. By keeping yourself and your skin hydrated, you strengthen and repair its barrier functions, says Dr. David Lortscher, board-certified dermatologist.

Age Spots

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Age spots, also known as ‘liver spots’ are something that aren’t an immediate danger to your body, unless you notice a sudden change in one. John Wolf Jr. MD, dermatologist, professor and chairman of the dermatology department at Baylor College in Houston says, "I strongly recommend a full-body exam for anyone over age 50 - maybe even earlier for some patients." Those who have a personal or familial history with skin cancer should go for an exam
Moisturising your skin is key in keeping pesky signs of ageing at bay. Make sure to moisturise your face both day and night to leave your skin feeling and looking at it’s best. For a day time moisturiser, you might want to look for something that will work to protect your skin from the free radicals and UV that you might encounter during the day.

Mandelic Acid

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Mandelic Acid is a little known Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) also known as amygdalic acid. It’s derived from bitter almonds and more gentle than other AHAs like Glycolic Acid and Lactic Acid. Due to its larger size in comparison to these other AHAs, it may be less effective than Glycolic Acid. However Mandelic Acid is better for people who experience sensitive skin.

Firming Sagging Skin

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Unfortunately as we age our skin begins to sag. This is due to many external and internal effects of ageing on the body.
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