Skin Ageing in Your 50s

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Information & Advice

Skin Ageing in Your 50s

Emma Minderides

Emma Minderides

Beauty Consultant

The challenges

On the outside, skin becomes drier and more susceptible to free radical damage and age spots, owing to decreasing oestrogen levels caused by the menopause. Fine lines and wrinkles become more deep set and skin starts to sag as it loses underlying fat.

On the inside, collagen and elastin loss is accelerated and cellular turnover decreases. Skin looses its density and becomes thinner and less resilient.

What can you do?

Now is the time to start investing in specialist skincare products targeted at skin needs post menopause. Diet is also important to ensure you maximise your intake of essential minerals such as calcium and zinc.

IMEDEEN Prime Renewal™ has been specially formulated for the skincare needs of women post-menopause

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