Dry skin! Age spots! Wrinkles! Spider veins! Skin tags! Oh dear ... if women are living longer than ever, why oh why can we not put off menopause too? Here is how your skin ages in your 50's and what to do about it.
1. Problem: Cracking Face
That's what it feels like when your skin is dehydrated. Again, drink water all day long. I can't say it enough. In fact, here is my post on "Why Drink More Water?"
Ditch harsh soaps, lower the temperature of your showers, and wash your face only at night to avoid endangering the already-low levels of hydration in your skin. During the day, choose a product with cell renewal ingredients like a glycolic and one that protects. My Cell Renewal Glycolic Cream Moisturizer stimulates cell renewal and collagen production. At night, use Cell Renewal Cellular Repair Cream to help the skin retain moisture and also heals!
When putting on your moisturizer at night and in the morning, massage it into your face. It feels great! I have several choices for moisturizing, depending on your skin issues.
2. Problem: Sun Damage
Target pigmented age spots on your face with anti-aging products, sun screen always and wear a hat! They are "in" these days.
3. Problem: Enlarged Pores
And then there is the enlarged pores! Have they become much more pronounced? Why is that? It is because the skin has loosened. The best way to decrease enlarged pores is by using the Facial Magic Beauty System or as I like to say "Exercise those facial muscles!" Isolating facial muscles and strengthening them will tighten the skin. It's not to late to start.