After years of stressful workdays filled with meetings and deadlines, you’re enjoying the freedom that comes with retirement, including wintering in Florida and spending your days soaking up the sun. Unfortunately, along with the natural signs of aging, like sagging skin, you are also seeing deep wrinkles set in and struggling with severely dry skin.
When I see patients with serious dehydration concerns, I prescribe the Enza Essentials Saturation System. The Saturation Cleanser rinses away facial impurities while leaving behind moisturizing nutrients. Designed to nourish delicate skin rather than leave it dry like most toners, the Saturation Toner invigorates and brightens. Finish off the regimen with Saturation Herbal Crème to drench your face in wrinkle-reducing lipids and proteins. Two to three times per week use the gentle Saturation Aloe Scrub to polish away dead, dulling skin cells.
Incorporating a few treatments into your daily routine will go a long way toward reversing some of the aging and sun damage. Incorporate Glycolic Serum paired with Advanced Protection SPF 30 and Vitamin C Serum into your routine to brighten, hydrate and protect your skin from further sun damage. Also, using Eyebright Intensive Eye Crème and Face Firming Complex will reverse the effects of aging to leave your face firm and youthful.
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While your skin has already suffered a great deal of damage from the sun, there are still precautions you should take to prevent future damage. In addition to regular applications of sunblock, wear wide-brimmed hats when you’re going to be in the sun and try to avoid exposure during the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Additionally, a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables will improve the elasticity of your skin as will supplements with vitamins A, B, C and E and omega-3 fatty acids.
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