Age also plays an important role in dry skin. As we get older, our sebaceous glands and sweat glands work more slowly
and supply the skin with less oil and moisture. It therefore loses its resilience and protection – and gradually dries out. So, the older we get, the drier our skin becomes
. And lines and wrinkles can form faster on dry skin. That’s why it’s important not to wait until the first signs of skin ageing appear, such as dryness and wrinkles. As soon as you turn 30, start regularly applying day cream
, night cream and eye cream and looking after your face with face masks. Ensure that your face cream is moisturising and contains anti-ageing ingredients. Find out more about the reasons for dry skin here.