From around the age of 25, the body's hyaluronic stores start to decline and the first signs of aging, such as small fine lines around the eyes or on the forehead, become visible.

How quickly the skin ages depends on many different factors, such as:

How quickly or whether wrinkles develop can depend very much on the inherited conditions. For some, skin aging begins very early and for others only at a later stage in life. Some people have relatively few lines until old age. The genetics influence the general nature of the skin, but also the tendency to skin problems or skin diseases. If you belong to the risk group, you should deal with the right skin care at an earlier age. It is important that you do not use chemical agents, but instead use natural products. Many plants have healing and calming properties. At the same time, they are also rich in poly-saturated fatty acids, which can stimulate cell regeneration and activiation.
Hormones also have a major impact on the complexion of your skin! As you may know, different hormones in different doses are released by the body in different life cycles. During puberty, hormone changes can lead to blemishes. During pregnancy, for example, the body's melanin production is stimulated, which can cause some form of hyperpigmentation. The complexion is also often affected. Pregnant women often have extremely beautiful skin, but after pregnancy many women suddenly experience skin irritation. The hormonal balance also changes very significantly during menopause, which of course also has effects on the skin. The estrogen level drops and the skin is therefore supplied with less moisture. This can lead to increased wrinkling. For this reason, you should always use a moisturizing serum under the day cream for mature skin. We also have great products to choose from here.
Climate and Environment
It is important that healthy skin can protect itself against external influences with the help of antioxidants. Many herbal ingredients are also rich in antioxidants, such as pomegranate extract, tobacco leaf extract, aloe vera, grape seed oil and many more. One should not expose the skin to the sun for too long, as this leads to an excessive formation of free radicals, which the skin cannot fight off naturally.
Lifestyle can also have an impact on skin aging or skin health. Therefore, pay attention to a healthy diet, eat lots of fruits, vegetables and low-fat protein such as fish. Avoid too much fat and carbohydrates, this can have a positive effect on your complexion. You should try to eat little sweets and dairy products and drink enough water. The human body consists of 60-75% water, if you drink enough, you ensure that your cells and organs can work properly. This can also have a positive effect on wrinkles and premature skin aging.
There are many substances in cigarette smoke, that can have negative effects on skin aging in the form of free radicals. For example, cigarette smoke contains carbon monoxide and hydrocyanic acid, these are highly toxic substances, that can also have a negative effect on the entire organism.
The skin is also called the “mirror of the soul”! For this reason, it is not surprising that psychological stress, can also affect the complexion and skin aging. Sufficient sleep, can also have a positive effect on the entire organism. You often notice yourself, that when you are sleep deprived your skin looks pale and older, than when you have slept well. Make sure that the air is not too dry and that the room temperature is comfortable.

The right care!

When choosing the right skin care, make sure that it is appropriate for your age. If your skin is rather dehydrated, you should use an additional moisturizer, such as a serum under the day cream. As we age, the skin becomes drier and skin elasticity decreases. For this reason, it is important to care for the skin with moisturizing products. The Aloe Vera plant or products containing Aloe Vera are very suitable here. Aloe vera has the property of binding large amounts of water and then releasing it in a targeted manner.

You should not use creams or cleansing products that irritate the skin or contain a variety of chemical ingredients. This can damage the epidermis and dermis, which can be long-lasting.

Use mainly natural, herbal care products. There are a variety of plant-based ingredients that stimulate collagen production and provide the skin with moisture. Tobacco leaf extract, pomegranate seed oil, grape seed oil or prickly pear oil, are just a few of the herbal ingredients with a moisturizing anti-aging effect.

Find out more about the effects of the herbal ingredients here!

Skin structure - How does it age?

The skin consists of three layers, the epidermis, the dermis and the dermal layer also called the subcutis. The skin aging process takes place in all three layers at different speeds.


The epidermis is the outer cell layer of the skin, the so-called epidermis. It is strongly exposed to external influences and has the task of warding off free radicals such as UV or viruses.


The so-called dermis, or dermis, consists of firming connective tissue. There are sebum and sweat glands in the dermis but also vessels and nerves. It supplies the epidermis with nutrients.

Dermal Layer - Subcutis

The subcutis is referred to as subcutis, has an important influence on the water balance of the body and offers the body protection against hypothermia by storing fat.

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