Beauty in your 50s and beyond
Cleansing & toning
A thorough cleansing program must purge all types of impurities Oil-based substances such as excess sebum and makeup as well as Water-based substances such as old skin cells, dust, bacteria, and perspiration.
Carefully clean the skin area to treat with EVENSWISS® FACIAL CLEANSING MILK and afterwards refresh it with EVENSWISS® FACIAL TONIC.
Fine lines & wrinkles
If you haven't already, incorporate an Eye Cream into your routine now. Even if you've managed to sidestep dark circles and crow's-feet, the skin around the eyes starts to become crepey (thanks to collagen loss) during this decade. Choose a product that contains collagen boosters.
- EVENSWISS® Wrinkle Natural Botox Serum - BOOSTER No1
- EVENSWISS® Rejuvenating Eye Complex
- EVENSWISS® Rich Regenerating Cream
Thanks to the menopause, levels of estrogen and water content in your skin cells drop, this has a drying effect on your skin and also makes it slacker, since estrogen stimulates oil and collagen production. Dehydrated skin is less effective as a protective barrier and therefore your skin tends to react easily to active ingredients or outside elements. This is known as sensitive skin. By adding water back into the skin or bringing balance back to the Stratum Corneum, your skin becomes stronger, healthier and less reactive.
Aging skin and the breakdown of collagen contributes to cellulite formation. Your skin thins as you age so cellulite shows through. To reduce the risk and amount of cellulite in your body take great care of your skin.
- EVENSWISS® Skin Uplifting Serum - MASTER BOOSTER
- EVENSWISS® Cellulite Burner - BOOSTER No8
- EVENSWISS® Base Formula Body
Freckles may look adorable when you’re a kid but dark spots on your face as you grow older are just, well, unattractive. But there is good news. There are ways to lighten your dark spots and brighten your skin tone.
Collagen and elastin help keep your skin firm. You may develop sagging skin with age as collagen slows its regeneration, thus your skin becomes thinner and loses its natural elasticity and folds.
Many problems of the 50+ year-old skin may be stubborn enough to resist topical agents and other simple self-administered treatments. At that time, you should consider second-line treatments/procedures usually performed by medical professionals. Abrasive Treatments may cause a chemical burn that peels away the top layer of your skin to stimulate growth of new skin.
Although hair loss may seem like a more prominent problem in men, women are nearly as likely to lose, or have thinning, hair as they age. Most women notice it in their 50s or 60s. After menopause, about 40 percent of women experience hair thinning, which is the same rate as men.