Meet ageing head on with our top-to-toe strategy for a youthful glow
If you have a mane of luscious locks, you’re one of the lucky ones. The reality is, however, that as we get older hair can become brittle and start to thin, and this is when fine hair, in particular, might need a helping hand. Keep an eye out for volumising shampoos that are specially formulated to cleanse without adding heavy residue to your locks. To combat dry or brittle hair, choose products with added proteins such as keratin to help strengthen your mane.
EYES AND FACE
A loss of is inevitable as we age – and this can result in dull, lacklustre skin that has less suppleness and elasticity. also make an appearance, while puffiness can occur around the eye area from the downward movement of fat to the lower eyelids. Products with peptides can stimulate the body to create collagen, combating under-eye shadows and wrinkles elsewhere on the face. Look out for vitamin K-1 in your skincare ingredients to fight eye puffiness – this is a fat-soluble vitamin which targets damaged capillaries, helping the blood flow under your peepers.
Hardworking hands can be one of the first areas of the body to show signs of ageing, often displaying pigmentation owing to a combination of everyday life and UV exposure. Invest in a hand cream specifically formulated to combat this discolouration by using nourishing oils and ingredients such as bisabolol, extracted from chamomile.
Aside from directly-applied skincare products, there are also supplements that aim to enhance your inner and outer glow, promoting healthy hair, skin and nails. Search for ingredients such as collagen to improve skin tone, and probiotics to boost the health of your gut, helping to absorb vital nutrients to combat ageing from the inside.
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