Collection: AGEING


The word mature is associated with clients of a more mature age although in the beauty industry a client over the age of 25 is generally classed as mature. A mature skin often has characteristics of a dry skin although it can be present with any of the other skin types mentioned. A mature skin will show signs of some, or all of the following in varying degrees:

  • Expression lines appear, particularly around the eye
  • Loss of
  • Facial contours may become
  • Epidermis becomes
  • Broken capillaries often appear around the eye
  • Irregular patches of pigmentation form liver
  • Blood circulation is not as efficient and therefore the skin often appears
  • Metabolic rate slows down therefore waste products are not removed as effectively and therefore the skin often looks
  • Fatty deposits are often laid
  • Pores look more enlarged as the skin is not as

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