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10 Best Skin Care Tips for Aging Skin

10 Best Skin Care Tips for Aging Skin

Taking good care of your skin is important at all stages of life, but it’s particularly important in later years as your natural collagen and oil production starts to decline. As we get older, our skin can become drier, thinner, and more prone to wrinkles and dark spots. 

With this in mind, here are a few tips, key ingredients, and ideas to help you care for your aging skin at home.

1. Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate

Drink plenty of water each day to help your skin stay hydrated from the inside out. While the exact amount you should be drinking varies, it’s generally recommended to aim for a glass or two an hour.

If you already drink lots of water and still feel dehydrated, you may want to try adding some electrolytes to boost water absorption. And if you don’t feel like drinking plain water all the time, try adding slices of citrus fruits or herbs such as mint or rosemary for a flavorful boost. 

2. Use Moisturizer Daily

To support your skin’s natural moisture, use moisturizers and lotions with ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and ceramides. These skincare products can help draw moisture into the outer layer of the skin to help prevent dryness and irritation. 

While you might think moisturizing is only necessary for those with dry skin types, those with oily skin can benefit from moisturizers, as well. In fact, slacking on the moisturizer can actually cause your skin to increase oil production.

If you want to keep your skin bright and glowing, look for products containing antioxidants like niacinamide, vitamin C (also called ascorbic acid), and vitamin E. These can help soothe irritated skin and help your skin defend itself against environmental stressors, which can lead to wrinkles and lackluster skin tones.

3. Eat Healthy Foods

Eating foods that are rich in vitamins C and E can help protect the collagen in your skin from damage caused by free radicals. This damage, also called oxidative stress, can lead to skin concerns like:

  • Reduced skin elasticity
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Other signs of premature aging
  • A compromised skin barrier

Fruits such as strawberries, blueberries, oranges, and bananas can contain high amounts of these vitamins while also providing hydration. You can also increase your intake of vegetables like kale, Brussels sprouts, bell peppers, and tomatoes.

In addition to vitamin-rich fruits and vegetables, research supports that eating foods high in Omega-3 fatty acids may help reduce irritation in the body. This can help to address the visible effects of sun damage, like wrinkles and dark spots. 

Not particularly fond of these types of foods? Try our Omega-3s supplement to support your health in one easy-to-swallow capsule a day. 

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4. Wear Sunscreen 

Sun damage is one of the primary causes of premature aging, so it’s of the utmost importance to use sunscreen to protect yourself from UV rays. Opt for broad-spectrum SPF 30 or higher every single day — even on cloudy days! Look for formulas that won’t clog your pores or leave a greasy residue on your skin. 

5. Reduce Stress

Stress takes a toll on our bodies both mentally and physically, including accelerating signs of aging in our skin. Believe it or not, stress might just be the culprit behind your uneven pigmentation or the sudden appearance of fine lines on your skin. 

Make time for activities that bring you joy each day to combat stress naturally. Examples include:

  • Journaling
  • Listening to music
  • Dancing
  • Taking a walk around the block

Whether you’re waiting for your nightly vitamin C serum to soak in or you’re repeating your morning affirmations, make sure to love yourself well in every moment.

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6. Get Plenty of Sleep

Sleep deprivation can take its toll on your entire body, including your complexion. It can even lead to issues with skin texture, dark circles or puffy under eyes, and breakouts if unaddressed.

Aim for at least seven to nine hours per night in order to give yourself ample restorative rest. After all, who doesn’t love waking up refreshed and ready to go?

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7. Cleanse Twice a Day

Cleansing your face twice daily (in the morning and evening) can help remove dirt, oil, impurities, and makeup. This kind of buildup can lead to clogged pores and dullness if left unchecked. 

To take care of your aging skin, choose a gentle cleanser that won’t strip the natural oils from your face. If you want, you can follow it up with a clarifying toner before moving on to your serums and night creams.

8. Exfoliate Regularly

Dead skin cells can accumulate on the surface of the skin over time, leading to a dull complexion. Introducing a weekly exfoliation routine into your skincare regimen can help get rid of these dead skin cells and reveal the brighter-looking skin underneath. 

Look for an exfoliator specifically designed for mature or aging skin. That way, the product won’t be too harsh on delicate areas like the eyes or mouth.

9. Don’t Forget the Eye Cream

One area that is often neglected when it comes to skincare routines is the eye area, which tends to show signs of aging more quickly due to the thinner, delicate tissue around it. 

This part of your face has especially sensitive skin and can be easily irritated by harsh ingredients like retinoids or salicylic acid. That’s why it’s essential to use gentle and non-irritating formulations around your eyes.

Using an eye cream specially formulated with peptides and firming ingredients can also help reduce puffiness. Meanwhile, the right eye cream can also help by brightening any hyperpigmentation you may have around your eyes.

10. Use Brightening Products

There are many beauty products available that market themselves as “anti-aging products.” These products are typically formulated to address signs of aging like:

  • Wrinkles
  • Dark spots
  • Other forms of sun damage

Brightening products usually contain specific active ingredients. One such ingredient is retinol (a derivative of vitamin A). Some also include hyaluronic acid, a hydrating ingredient. 

Meanwhile, products that are specifically designed to exfoliate your skin may include alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) like glycolic acid or lactic acid. These products can support your skin’s natural cell turnover process to minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

If you’re not sure what product is best suited for your needs, then it’s always best to consult with a dermatologist before starting any new regimens or filling your Amazon shopping cart. This way, a dermatology pro can assess what kind of treatment would benefit you most, given your specific skincare situation, needs, and goals. 

If you want to support your skin from the inside out, you can also try supplementing with collagen and vitamin C. Our Good to Glow supplement features vitamin C, vitamin E, collagen, and ashwagandha to help your skin look radiant and smooth.*

Pro Tip: In addition to topical products, give your skin a helping hand with Clear Skin Probiotics. Our skin lovin’ formula has been clinically tested by board-certified dermatologists to clear acne† and support your gut-skin connection.* 

The Final Word

These simple yet effective tips are a great place to start for anyone with aging skin. Just keep in mind that what works best for one person might not be great for another — after all, everyone’s skin is unique. It makes sense that everyone’s skincare routine should be unique, too.

That said, consistency is key when it comes to caring for mature skin, so make sure you stick with whatever routine you decide upon for a few weeks before trying something else. 

At Love Wellness, we’re here to support your natural biology with expert-backed products that nurture your body from the inside out. Whether you’re on a mission to care for your skin, hair, or gut, you can always count on us to have just what you need to feel your best. 


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