Although you can’t stop aging, you can reduce its effects by choosing the right product for you. Here are some tips on how to breathe new life into your skin before the arrival of spring.
To choose the cream that suits you, you must know the difference between anti-wrinkle and anti-aging care. While anti-wrinkle creams target your face’s fine lines, anti-aging care will address all the signs of aging, including wrinkles, dullness and loss of density, elasticity or firmness as well as sagging.
The causes of aging
Over time, heredity and hormonal changes contribute to the natural aging of the skin. However, other factors, such as the environment, an unhealthy lifestyle, dehydration and overexposure to sun, contribute to premature cutaneous aging.
The skin over the years
Before your thirties, the signs of age are not yet visible: so we turn to prevention by exfoliating weekly and applying a moisturizing cream with SPF. Around 35, lines and wrinkles start appearing, so anti-aging care is recommended. Our suggestion:
Premier Cru La Crème Riche, by Caudalie: comprehensive care for a radiant, even complexion and smoother, firmer, healthier skin.
Then, between 40 and 45, on top of wrinkling, the skin also starts showing signs of sagging, while between 50 and 60, skin gets thinner and baggier, cheeks hollow out and skin blotches spread. Here are some creams that suit your epidermis if you have passed your forties.
La Crème Sublime, by Lise Watier, care that fights all the signs of skin aging, both on the surface and deep down, improving elasticity and restoring the skin’s natural radiance.
Hyalur'Actions, Reparation line, by Jean d’Estrées: a rich, silky skin repair cream particularly suited to dry and very dry skin that helps to reduce and correct the effects of time.
Liftactiv Supreme, by Vichy, for women who want global antiwrinkle and firming, this corrective treatment fights the signs of daily aging.