Slower Microcirculation The Consequences For My Mature Skin
After 60, wrinkles have set in, the skin has started to sag and gets thinner, and microcirculation slows down. Mature skin gets more fragile, loses its natural colour, and becomes paler. Here is how you can protect your mature skin.
At 60, skin ageing has well and truly set in. The skin has begun to sag, nasolabial folds, marionette lines and lip contours deepen, and the skin's texture changes. The skin gets thinner and more fragile: microcirculation is slowing down. This alteration in the blood supply to the skin leads to a reduction in the supply of nutrients that are crucial for cell vitality, and a reduction in the element that gives the skin its colour; the one that gives you a glowing complexion.
Consequences of poor micro-circulation and what you can do to combat it