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Our ageing outer layer.

As you age, your body produces less collagen. Collagen is the building block of skin that helps prevent wrinkles, sagging, and moisture loss. Your genetics may contribute to how much collagen you lose as you age. As the dermis produces less collagen, your skin is less able to repair itself, resulting in thin skin. Fragile or thin skin that tears easily is a common problem in older adults. Ageing, sun exposure and genetics all play a role in thinning skin. Certain medications, such as long-term use of oral or topical corticosteroids, also can weaken the skin and blood vessels in the skin.

It is not possible to reverse thinning of the skin. However, moisturizing the skin can make it more flexible and less likely to break. Anything that makes the skin red or sore is likely to be damaging it. A person with thin skin might need to protect it from damage.

5 Tips to Rejuvenate Your Aging Skin


  1. Stay Safe in the Sun. Perhaps the most effective way to reduce the signs of ageing in the skin is to remain safe and protect yourself from sun exposure. ...

  2. Exfoliate Weekly. Exfoliation can do wonders for your skin! ...

  3. Change Your Diet. Include H2O...

  4. Limit Your Alcohol Intake. ...

  5. Quit Smoking.


We can most assuredly absorb things through our skin and into our bloodstream, but it's not as simple as “60 to 70 percent of everything.” Some things absolutely absorb right into our bodies, especially if there are other chemicals present that increase the absorption rate.

The biggest tip we can give you is when you can use the most natural, gentle, hydrating, chemical free products not only to moisturise but to nourish your skin.

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