Face creams 50+( number of products: 92 )
The facial skin of people aged 50+ is different from that of younger people mainly due to the natural aging process. As we age, the skin loses elasticity, becomes drier, thinner and tends to appear wrinkled and lose firmness. Hyperpigmentation may also occur and hyperpigmentation may appear. In addition, skin at age 50+ can also be affected by external factors, such as sun exposure, environmental pollutants, smoking and the use of poor skin care. Therefore, it is important to take proper care of facial skin at this age, which should focus primarily on moisturizing and nourishing the skin. Applying moisturizers, rich in antioxidants, vitamins C and E, helps to keep the skin well hydrated. Using creams with UV protection is also key, as skin at 50+ becomes more susceptible to sun damage.
Creams for people in their 50s tend to be rich and nourishing, moisturizing the skin well, helping to keep it supple and reducing the appearance of aging signs. Before using such a cream, it is a good idea to consult a dermatologist to choose the right product for individual skin needs.Cream for people in their 50s should have the following features:
1 - Moisturising: Skin at this age tends to dry out, so look for creams that have moisturising properties. Ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, glycerine, shea butter or vegetable oils will help keep the skin hydrated.
2. Nourishing: As we age, the skin loses its natural nutrients and elasticity. Therefore, a cream for people in their 50s should contain nourishing ingredients such as vitamins (e.g. vitamin C, vitamin E), peptides, collagen or coenzyme Q10. These ingredients will help improve the elasticity and appearance of the skin.
3 - Smoothing: Due to the natural ageing process, skin in its 50s may be more prone to wrinkles and fine lines. Creams with retinol, retinoic acid, or glycolic acid can help to smooth the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
4. Protective: Creams for people in their 50s should contain protective ingredients such as antioxidants (e.g. vitamin C, vitamin E, ferulic acid) to help protect the skin from free radical damage and UV rays.
5 Regenerative: Skin in its 50s may need support in the regeneration process. Ingredients such as centella asiatica, panthenol, aloe vera and allantoin can help to regenerate the skin and soothe irritation.