By the time you reach your 50s, you’re accustomed to how the effects of aging have impacted your appearance. You most likely have noticed common signs, such as the hair thinning on your head (but sprouting up in other, less desirable places), your nails becoming weaker and more brittle, and fat in some areas of your body, like your stomach, becoming more resistant to exercise and diet.
For your face, some particularly troubling aesthetic concerns appear. By this time and for the years to come, your facial structure undergoes a monumental change. Pockets of fat that once created plump cheeks and full lips are noticeably lost, resulting in drooping and sagging. Your bone structure is destined to change as well, as there is a widening and elongating of the eye sockets as well as a receding of your cheekbones. Scientists have found that it’s not just the loss of skin elasticity that contributes to saggy, wrinkled skin – it’s also these changes occurring to your bone structure that can contribute to frown lines, crow’s feet, and the loss of definition along the jawline.
You can effectively mask the signs of aging with skincare treatments that are designed to plump up, tighten up and tone up. Your options, entirely nonsurgical, include laser skin tightening, fillers and BOTOX.
When selecting skincare products that you can use at home to maintain healthy, vibrant, look for those that contain Vitamin C and Peptides, such as Vivier Platine, a line of luxurious pharmaceutical-grade products for aging skin.