Care for different ages
25+ Prevention and Moisturising
The skin is young and fresh, but small signs of skin ageing are slowly becoming visible. Now is the right time to start with a care system that slows down the process. Between the ages of 20 and 30, the connective tissues of the cells are changing. What skin needs now is moisture. The goal should be to maintain the balance of the skin and to protect the barrier of the skin.
35+ Protection and Supply
The skin becomes more delicate, with lines on the eyes and forehead common. In addition to normal ageing processes, harmful environmental influences are now more noticeable. The cell activity decreases and the barrier layer of the skin becomes more permeable. The skin reacts to these changes with irritation and redness. With a coordinated care system and supportive anti-ageing products, light lines can be corrected with ease. Night care is particularly important to promote skin regeneration during sleeping hours.
45+ Firming and Tightening
The skin becomes thinner and drier slowly. Due to its low moisture content, it loses its elasticity and strength. Wrinkles are now more prominent. Hormone fluctuations of the menopause make men and women more prone to blackheads and pimples. A weekly peeling is essential to rid the skin of dead skin cells. Creams for demanding skin reinforcement and resistance are also advised. A coordinated care system can make the skin radiate again.
55+ Vitalising and Building
The skin becomes more complex and begin to become larger-pored and generally drier. Lines develop into wrinkles, especially around the nose and mouth. The activity of the sebaceous and sweat glands is restricted, so the skin can neither store enough fat nor enough moisture. The care system should now be optimised and maintained well. Anti-ageing products with vitamin C stimulate collagen formation and smooth out the skin. Hyaluronic acid transports and binds moisture. Weekly peels and masks help rid the skin of dead skin cells and ensure a finer, smoother texture.
65+ Protect and Regenerate
The natural ageing process of the skin is in full swing. Overall, the thinned skin appears almost translucent. It becomes more vulnerable and elasticity decreases. Vitamin A is important for cell renewal. It softens the skin, prevents dehydration and scaling. The extent to which the skin changes depends on external influences and its own behaviour. Customised care products that can be tailored for individual skin needs supports the natural activity and regeneration of the skin.