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​Mature Skin
Description of Skin type
Usually as a woman transitions the pre-menopause her skin starts changing too. Signs of Aging/Mature skin include: Deeper lines and wrinkles, loss of muscle tone, loss of Collagen and Elastin, Telangectasis, excess keratin (the glue that holds the skin cells together), droopy eye lids, excess hair production, open comodones or millia, actinic keratosis (pre-cancerous) and stains. The factors that contribute to premature aging include: genetic factors, sun exposure, menopause, illness, sudden weight loss, nervous disorders, worry/grief, dietary deficiencies, alcohol, harsh climates, medication, stress, smoking, neglect and lack of sleep.
Treatment Objective
  • Toner
  • Eye Cream
  • Lip Balm
  • Peptide Serum
  • Daytime Moisturizer w/SPF 
  • (alternate for SPF which could be irritating is Jane Iredale Mineral Makeup with a physical SPF 20 instead of a chemical SPF)

  • Cleanser
  • Toner
  • Hydrating & Repairative Anti-Aging Serum
  • ​Nighttime Moisturizer

2-3 times per week: 
  • Exfoliate

1 time per week:   
  • Mask
  • Gently cleanse the skin
  • Exfoliate to refine the surface texture and counteract hyperkeratinization
  • Improve cell metabolism
  • Improve surface hydration
  • Strengthen the barrier function to reduce the risk of sensitivity
  • Strengthen elasticity
  • Improve muscle tone
  • Improve and prevent further hyperpigmentation (stains)
  • Counteract free-radical damage
  • Sun Protection
Lifestyle Objectives
Eat whole foods (fruits, vegetables, whole grains, poultry, fish, legumes, nuts. 
Avoid red meats

Daily Elimination

Stress management and relaxation

Body detoxification

Regular exercise including facial exercises

Positive mental attitude 

Yoga and meditation

Daily supplements to include a multi-vitamin, Essential Fatty Acids, Probiotics, Digestive Enzymes, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Vitamin K