Everything You Need to Know About Skincare in Your 60's

Airelle's Dermatology PA, Kasey D'Amato tells you how you can improve your skin in your 60's! Use these tips and habits to help you continue to evolve your skincare routine for healthy and happy skin! 

Here is Kasey's personal note to you if you are in your 60's!

Welcome to your 60’s!!  This is a great decade in life and you want to have all the right tools and knowledge to keep your skin in tip top shape as you see some more changes taking place. 

Dry skin? You may notice that your skin is even drier than decades in the past.  It is important to make sure you are using products that have very hydrating ingredients and not just filled with waxes and fillers that fool you to make you think they are hydrating.  Airelle’s Hydrating Manuka Mask is perfect to use as a night cream 3-4 nights per week or even every night if you are really dry.

Exfoliate! As you age your cells do not turn over as quickly as when you are young.  You need to make sure you are using an effective exfoliator that will keep your skin looking fresh and rejuvenated, prevent your pores from getting blocked and keep your skin as healthy as possible. Try Airelle's Exfoliating Cleanser here!

Expand your application area! One more secret tip to maximize your skin care benefits during this decade is to make sure you are applying your anti-aging products down to your neck, chest and even using them on the back of your hands. You want to make sure you are taking good care of all of your exposed areas so you do not have a major discrepancy in appearance between your face, chest, and hands!   

The Airelle Age-Defying Facial Serum is perfect for this! Find it here

And as always, in any decade, it is important to stay committed to protecting your skin with sunblock and antioxidants and using eco-friendly and health conscious products!!

For more information about the benefits of antioxidants in skincare products, click here. 


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