Mature Skin

Mature skin is characterized by visible skin slackening, deeper wrinkles, and dull complexion due to brown spots. These consequences of ageing are caused by cellular degradation and a slowdown in cellular renewal.

Mature skin is usually observed from the age of 50 and onwards, and during menopause. Menopause leads, among other things, to a loss of many hormones, and these hormones are responsible for maintaining healthy skin and for proper body functions. This is why, upon the first signs of menopause, the skin undergoes significant changes that will leave their mark.