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It is never too early to think about what your face might look like once you have crossed the age of eighty. First of all for statistical reasons: if the current over 65s are a quarter of the Italian population, according to Istat projections in 2050 they will become more than a third (i.e. 20 million people), of which over 4 million will be over 85 years old.

But it is possible to reach the ripe old age with a fresh appearance and the pleasure of looking in the mirror. If until recently the prevention of skin aging stopped around the age of 40, with the first appointment with the doctor or cosmetic surgeon, today new methods allow you to anticipate the first wrinkle and even remove it over time.

Don’t wait for the tone to subside
“In reality, the skin begins to age when one is born, but the first symptoms considered at a mLet’s try to understand what the first warning signs are. edical level are evident from the age of 30” explains dermatologist Magda Belmontesi, professor at the Agorà Higher School of Aesthetic Medicine in Milan. There is an ineluctable genetic basis, who has skin that ages before and who after, and this aspect cannot be intervened.

In any case, the signals are of two types: micro expression wrinkles due to facial expressions, which can be more or less accentuated, and are initially highlighted only with expressiveness and then relax. The second clue is a slight loss of uniformity in pigmentation, usually linked to the phototype (the darker it is, the more it is at risk), hormonal contraceptive therapy or pregnancy. In practice, we are not yet talking about wrinkles but about “wrinkling”, a lower uniformity of the complexion, a reduction in brightness and a loss of firmness.

Cosmetic strategy in four acts
“If at fifty you have the skin you deserve”, as Coco Chanel said, when and how do you need to take action to achieve a radiant appearance at any age? The dermatologist’s advice is to start from the age of 25/30 with cosmetics, not so much for corrective purposes, as for daily dermatological hygiene. It means practicing constant cleansing, hydration, antioxidant action and photoprotection:

four essential steps to be performed every day, based on your skin type. In particular, during the day, the antioxidant action can be entrusted to a serum that serves to protect us from environmental and atmospheric pollution. For photoprotection, you need a moisturizer to be used constantly even in the winter. At night, a light exfoliant to reactivate epidermal turnover, ensuring brightness and uniform complexion upon awakening.

Beware of blue light
«A particular problem for this age group is the damage produced by the blue light of computer and smartphone displays, which has shown a marked action on photoaging, up to causing precancerous lesions, unfortunately on the increase» warns Dr. Belmontesi. “For those exposed to this light, the action of an antioxidant serum becomes truly indispensable. A pool of vitamins C and E, ferulic acid and phloretin are the active ingredients that work in this direction. So it is no longer just the sun from which we must protect ourselves, but also the technologies that illuminate our lives for many hours ».

Help in pills
Alongside cosmetic treatments, there is a targeted nutritional supplement: beyond proper nutrition, taking supplements orally can help in the prevention of blemishes. In particular: antioxidants in the summer to reduce damage from the sun, and precursors of hyaluronic acid to combat oxidative stress during the winter season.