How does your skin change as you age?

September 24, 2020

How does your skin change as you age?

Getting older is inevitable. A few extra smile lines here. A sprinkling of grey hair there. A little (ok, a lot!) more wisdom.

Aging gracefully is within your reach, and wanting to keep your skin refined and smooth isn’t unusual. So what can you do to help keep that radiant, youthful glow?

As it turns out, your skin starts changing at a cellular level as early as your 20s. The changes you notice in the mirror over time? Those are actually the result of a cumulative effect over decades.

In Your 20s

Your natural antioxidant production starts to decline. Your skin is now more susceptible to oxidative stressors and damage.

In Your 30s

Your metabolism slows, and so does your collagen production.

In Your 40s

The natural life cycle of your skin cells is slowed. Surface rejuvenation is more difficult.

In Your 50s

Your skin barrier starts to weaken, making it harder to retain moisture.

In Your 60s

ALL the signs of aging start to accelerate.

How can you slow down these cellular changes?


Collagen helps skin cells to renew and repair and improves the skin’s moisture barrier. But our natural collagen production starts to slow in our 30s, so we have to replenish it.

The best way to replenish your collagen is with liquid collagen. Creams and serums only penetrate the first layer of the dermis, so skin may appear softer or more hydrated, but the cellular changes march onwards.

Liquid collagen, on the other hand, is easily absorbed into the bloodstream. It can get right into those cells and start the repairing and renewing process quickly.

High quality liquid collagen can help plump your skin to reduce expression lines, rejuvenate tired skin and uneven skin tone, and retexturize your skin to maintain a healthy, dewy glow.