Women’s skin naturally has lower levels of collagen than men’s. Lower estrogen levels also lead to decreased collagen production as you age and go through menopause.

Sun damage is the number one cause of dark spots and hyperpigmentation, so blocking the sun’s UV rays and wearing SPF sunscreen can help prevent this from happening. Plus, dry skin along with residual dirt, oil and makeup can lead to dullness. So be sure to cleanse and moisturize daily!

To keep your skin hydrated during the cold winter months, apply moisturizer with glycerin twice daily and take short, warm showers rather than long, hot showers, which can strip your skin of its natural moisture.

Collagen is a skin protein responsible for the elasticity and elasticity of the skin. As we age, collagen production slows down, leading to wrinkles and other common signs of aging.

Really. Even if you have oily skin, it’s important to use a light moisturizer to keep your skin healthy and counteract dryness caused by washing your face. Letting the skin get too dry will only make the skin produce more oil, which will exacerbate the problem.