Ageing Skin

Our skin starts ageing as early as the mid-20s and from the age of 30 we see the first sings of wrinkles around the eyes. Women are affected about 10 years earlier than men, but men’s skin then tends to age more quickly. In natural skin ageing, the skin becomes drier and less oily. Due to decreased metabolic activity and lower circulation, supply of new skin cells starts to slow down. The activity of the sebaceous glands is reduced, the hydrolipid film and protective acid mantle loose stability and the immune functions of the skin decrease: the skin becomes more sensitive. Uneven pigmentation results in age spots. Less collagen fibers are formed causing skin to droop visibly.


  • Consistent use of products with a pH value of 5.5 supports the protective acid mantle
  • Antioxidants rich in Vitamin E and Vitamin A helps reduce fine lines and increase elasticity.
  • The deficiency of oil and moisture must be corrected to stabilize the epidermal lipid structures and retain moisture in the skin.

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