Your main skincare issues past the age of 60 are dryness and sensitivity. Even if your skin wasn’t sensitive before it’s likely to be red with flaky patches. The fullness and plumpness of your skin has decreased, which means wrinkles will become more noticeable. At this point, again it’s all about hydrating your skin with soothing ingredients – the more moisture you can put back in your skin, the plumper and brighter it will appear. Continue your regime from your 50s and try these tips as well.
Our Top Tips:
1. Use botanical ingredients: From the age of 60 onwards, you want your regime to consist of rich, hydrating yet gentle ingredients, which means botanical ingredients are perfect. You should use anti-inflammatory ingredients such as chamomile, calendula, oatmeal, and blue tansy.
2. Don’t forget your neck: Although you should never neglect your neck area, now is the time to pay particular attention to it, so whenever you’re using any product, even a mask, apply it to your neck as it too, will become more sensitive over time.
3. Get regular checkups: At this age, skin cancer is more prevalent, so you should see your dermatologist regularly for skin checks, as well as doing weekly skin checks yourself. If you do notice any dark spots or new moles, get them checked out by your dermatologist right away.
Ingredients to look for: Retinoids, hyaluronic acid, shea nut butter, rose oil, and almond butter for deep hydration.
Check out these great products for skin care in your 60's:
|Anti Aging Moisturizer with Peptides and Tea Extracts||Neck Cream with Hyaluronic Acid||Natural Hyaluronic Acid Serum|
|Eye Cream with Hyaluronic Acid||Natural Retinol Serum||Super Hydrating Moisturizer|