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Your skin changes as you age.
You may notice wrinkles, age spots and dryness.
Your skin also becomes thinner and loses fat, making it less plump and smooth.
It might take longer to heal too.
~ Skin in your twenties
The twenties are likely to see your skin at its best. You probably survived the agony of acne and skin is clear, pores invisible, and your complexion even and taut. If acne was a problem you may be focussing on decreasing the after effects of scarring and uneven skin tone. Now is a key time to look after you skin and protect it from the ravages of the sun.
~ Skin in your thirties
During your thirties, any persistent skin breakouts should dwindle. In their place will be the first signs of aging. Pigmentation starts to surface as a result of sun exposure, and hormonal effects of pregnancy or contraception. This is when most women first begin to research and try out techniques to liven up their skin and appearance.
~ Skin in your forties
The big four-oh can be an emotional milestone, but it’s also an important time for your skin. You’ll notice that your skin tone is a little duller and your pores look bigger. The battle with pigmentation continues and now is a key time to institute a strong anti-aging regime to keep your skin as young and supple as possible. Some women battle with adult onset breakouts.
~ Skin in your fifties
At fifty, while your skin is becoming thinner and losing elasticity, there's no need to look old. So much is available to keep the moisture and radiance of your skin at a maximum, and wrinkles at bay.
~ Skin in your sixties and beyond
Inevitably, your skin will be more lax and prone to excess folds and jowls once you’re in your sixties. However there are treatments to clarify and brighten your skin, and make it the best it can be.


Aging without maintenance is not graceful.

Ask Dr Mel how you can age gracefully and beautifully.

Nature and science have so much to offer.

You just need to know what is right for you.