Skin Care at 40′s and

As we approach our forties and beyond, our hormone and growth factor levels decrease dramatically, translating to the skin’s self-repair and renewal properties significantly slowing down. With age, skin tends to thin and dry out, in both men and women, though less drastically in men. Excessive inflammation, deepening wrinkles, discolorations and sagging are also increasingly prevalent with age. It’s important to remain extremely hydrated, exfoliate regularly, use a daily oil-free moisturizer, and look into wrinkle reduction or eliminating treatments, skin lightening, or hormonal treatments as well as Botox or even more drastic “second line” treatments as your individual skin condition requires such as CO2 resurfacing, chemical peels, Radio Frequency or surgery.