In Your 60’s and Beyond

Keep Older Skin Young-Looking

Regimen for your Sixties

Look Great at Every Age: 60s and Beyond

Think you can’t look sexy at 60? Think again. With the right skin care products and a little help from your doctor, you can look younger and sexier in no time.

Your Skin Now

Our bodies naturally produce collagen to keep skin plump and stave off wrinkles, but unfortunately your body isn’t making as much as it used to. Loss of this collagen, combined with a significant loss of elasticity and thickness is making your skin look and feel saggy, thin, and wrinkly. Your skin is also producing less sebum, the natural oil that hydrates and keeps skin smooth and supple; and years of sun damage has left you with hyperpigmentation, or age spots.

Sun Screen is Key

You may not be lying out by the pool for hours or sunbathing at the shore, but if you spend even a small amount of time in the sun, your skin needs protection to prevent sun damage, as well as stop the progression of existing damage. “As we get over 60 years of age the signs of sun damage become more apparent,” says Dr. Brian Zelickson, President-elect of the American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery. Fight harmful UVA and UVB rays (and the spots and wrinkles they produce) by including broad spectrum sunscreen into your beauty regimen. A daily moisturizer that contains SPF 30 or higher works well for your face and neck, but don’t forget to slather the rest of your body in sunblock if you’re walking, gardening, or spending a significant amount of time under the sun.

The Right Products

Knowing the right products to use for your skin type and age is as important as actually using them. Cleansing, toning, and moisturizing are great, but can be ineffective if you aren’t using products that are best suited for your mature skin. With your dry skin, it’s time to upgrade your beauty arsenal to include emollient-rich products that are super moisturizing. It’s also time to incorporate retinoids, a powerful form of vitamin A that helps to block the signs of aging, as well as alpha hydroxy acids that exfoliate and fight sun damage. And to give sun protection an extra boost, as well as combat free radicals that wreak havoc on your skin, look for products that contain antioxidants such as green tea, vitamins E or C, or certain fruit acids.

Sexy at 60

Believe it or not, underneath those wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots is younger, firmer, sexy-looking skin, waiting to be uncovered. In addition to using the right products, the fastest way to freshen up and unveil that younger skin is microdermabrasion. “Microdermabrasion has been shown to help improve the thickness of the skin, along with boosting collagen; both of which can improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,” says Dr. Zelickson. He adds, “Used in concert with a good skin care regimen, it will help reduce the signs of aging.” So all the retinoids, AHAs, and antioxidants you’re using will be even more potent because the microdermabrasion will allow them to penetrate deeper and work their magic.

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Besides microdermabrasion and topical treatments, Dr. Eric Bernstein, Clinical Associate Professor at University of Pennsylvania says more aggressive treatments, like lasers and fillers, can improve your skin and reverse the signs of aging. “Combine fillers with Botox, and fillers with toxins and lasers to treat facial redness and pigmentation, or for rejuvenation,” he suggests. “Fillers like Juvederm and Restylane fill the little smile lines, while facial expression lines, the ‘dreaded 11s’ between the eyebrows, squint lines, and vertical forehead lines respond beautifully and fabulously to botulinum toxin, or Botox.” Meaning you will look beautiful and fabulous.

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