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Your mature skin is in decent shape.

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Your mature skin is in decent shape.

There’s a reason why Ponce de Leon spent so much time looking for the Fountain of Youth.

When it comes to our skin, age is not our friend. And as skin ages, collagen production decreases.

Collagen is the building block of skin, and it – along with elastin – make up the structural dermis layer.

When collagen production slows, the dermis bounces back less quickly, leading to sagging skin, dark spots and fine lines and wrinkles.

A lifetime of bad habits – sun worshipping, smoking, eating too much sugar – as well as exposure to pollutants can accelerate the process.

Hormonal changes that come with age – such as the loss of estrogen associated with menopause – also speed up damage to skin.

What Happens as Skin Ages?

In addition to losing collagen and elastin, skin has a harder time retaining moisture as it ages.

But before you decide to throw in the towel and give up on your skin, remember that despite the lack of natural oils, sun damage and decreased cell renewal, mature skin can still look radiant and glowing, if you know how to make it happen.

Can Skin-Care Products Stop the Clock?

While many skin-care products claim to be able to reverse time, there are a few important ingredients that can actually make that happen.

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