Demanding Skin – the mature skin. In this blog post, you shall learn how to recognize the mature and demanding skin. At what point can a skin be classified as “mature”? And what exactly is demanding skin? These are the questions we want to answer in this article. Additionally, we want you to get to know our skincare ritual “Demanding Skin”, with which you can integrate cleansing and skin care as a part of your daily routine.
- Demanding and mature skin
- Healthy skin
- Do’s und Don’ts for the skin
- Our skincare ritual
Demanding and mature skin
Time is the biggest opponent of youthful and plump skin, because as the years go by, many build-up and regeneration processes slow down. The process of natural skin aging already begins slowly from the age of 25 and continues to develop. Cell metabolism slows down, the cell renewal rate decreases and the cells lose strength. The skin is thinning and produces less collagen (connective tissue protein), which may be mainly due to hormonal imbalance during menopause. Facial contours will soften as elasticity and tone are lost. Furthermore, the sebaceous glands also produce less skin fat and the body’s own moisture suppliers, such as hyaluronic acid, are no longer produced by the body in sufficient quantities. You can feel and, above all, see this process. The skin tightens, looks drier and expression lines and wrinkles appear. Anti-aging skincare for demanding skin must go deep and start at the base.
- Per kilogram of body weight, consume 30ml – 50ml of water per day.
- Gesunde, ausgewogene Ernährung
- Sporting activity
- Consciously taking time out
- Enjoy fresh air such as hiking, biking, jogging, etc.
Our skin not only protects us from external influences, but is also our largest organ at the same time. It provides for a regulated heat exchange and for the transpiration process.
Our skin is built up in three layers. The top layer, the so-called epidermis consists of 90% horny layer and renews itself regularly. The dermis forms the second layer, which provides elastic skin through its connective tissue fibers. It is particularly affected by the natural aging process of the skin. The subcutis serves as cold protection and energy storage and consists of loose connective and fatty tissue.
Do's und Don'ts for the skin
- Sun protection
- drink enough (min. 1,5L/day)
- healthy, balanced nutrition
- Relaxation (e.g. yoga, walks)
- physical activity
- UV radiation (to a high extent)
- unhealthy nutrition
- long, hot showers
Our skincare ritual
Special skincare (as additional care)
- Use our Enzyme Peeling or Kerateen Scrub (mechanical peeling) to exfoliate your skin.
- Nourish your eye area with our Smooth Eye Gel
- Apply our Aquaporin mask as a face mask and provide it with our Hyaluron ampoule in advance
- Treat your lips with our Lip Balm (additionally protects sun-sensitive lips) or apply it as a night mask
- Use our Hyaluron or Revitalin Ampoule or our Serum A or E as an additional moisture boost.