What Is Mature Skin Or Maturing Skin

Video Transcript:

It is no secret that our skin changes as we age. The signs of aging began in our thirties to early forties and continue through our golden years. But there's more to it than just fine lines and wrinkles. You see with increased duration and exposure to UV damage from the sun. Our skin develops changes in elasticity, firmness, texture, and color. In addition to those changes, mature skin can also become ultra-sensitive, eczema-prone, and easily irritated. At Skintensive, our product lines are specifically designed to address the needs of the maturing and sensitive skin type.


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