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Scientific Skincare Over 50

With the right lifestyle choices and skincare routines, we can support the health of our skin. This is the science-backed day cream we use.

While it can be hard to see physical changes in the mirror as time passes, it is an inevitable and beautiful part of life; think about the alternative of not being able to age! That doesn’t mean that we can’t help support our skin in the process of this change to help maintain its health. The aging process brings about various changes in the skin, which are primarily attributed to both intrinsic (internal) and extrinsic (external) factors. Here are some of the key ways in which skin changes as we age:

Wrinkles and Fine Lines: As we age, the production of collagen and elastin fibers in the skin decreases. Collagen and elastin are essential proteins that provide elasticity and structure to the skin. The reduction in these proteins leads to the formation of wrinkles and fine lines, particularly in areas with repetitive muscle movements like the forehead and around the eyes.

Loss of Elasticity: Skin loses its elasticity as collagen fibers weaken. This results in sagging skin and a less youthful appearance.

Thinning Skin: The epidermis (outermost layer of the skin) becomes thinner with age, making the skin more fragile and prone to damage.

Dullness and Uneven Tone: Skin cell turnover slows down with age, leading to a buildup of dead skin cells on the surface. This can cause the skin to appear dull and uneven in tone.

Age Spots and Pigmentation: Over time, sun exposure and other environmental factors can lead to the development of age spots, freckles, and an uneven distribution of pigmentation. 

Reduced Oil Production: The sebaceous (oil) glands in the skin produce less oil as we age. This can result in dryness and a decrease in the skin’s natural moisture.

Loss of Subcutaneous Fat: The layer of fat beneath the skin (subcutaneous fat) decreases with age. This can lead to hollowed cheeks and a more sunken appearance.

Reduced Sweat and Oil Gland Function: As sweat and oil gland activity decreases, the skin may become less effective at regulating temperature and retaining moisture.

It’s important to note that genetics, lifestyle choices (such as diet, smoking, and sun exposure), and skincare routines can all influence how these changes manifest and at what rate. Proper skincare can help mitigate some of these age-related skin changes and promote healthier, more youthful-looking skin. Timeline Nutrition has created a solution.

Featured in Health and Wellbeing’s 2023 Awards, Timeline Nutrition’s Day Cream is formulated with Mitopure, a pure form of the powerful molecule Urolithin A that we already take in supplement form and now use topically. Mitopure is clinically proven to enhance the skin’s natural energy supply, supports cellular renewal from within, and helps to protect skin from intrinsic and extrinsic aging for healthy, youthful-looking skin. The product enhances skin density, resulting in a noticeably revitalized, rejuvenated, and robust appearance. It is clinically validated to enhance skin moisture and significantly starts to diminish the depth of wrinkles in just two weeks of consistent usage.

According to user trial results, 87% agreed skin’s texture looks and feels redensified and with more volume, 100% agreed skin looks more radiant, brighter and glowing with health, 100% agreed skin feels immediately hydrated, nourished and supple, 83% agreed skin looks more youthful and visibly renewed, & 77% agree fine lines and wrinkles appear noticeably reduced.

Try Timeline Nutrition’s skincare and supplements today; receive 10% off your first purchase with code AGEIST.

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  1. This is a mere advertisement. Ugh. Like your readers, especially female, do we really need more of a list of what’s wrong with us aging? Dissapointing.

  2. If this product really is so great why don’t you provide some scientific, dermatologist-approved comment/backup? If not, label it as the ad that it is. I have googled it, and while Urolithin A does seem to have health benefits when EATEN in forms of some nuts and berries that does not mean that you can formulate it in a skincare product that will work. This is yet another shoddy, lightweight article aimed at women and their never-ending admonitions to look young at all times. For shame.

  3. I really don’t believe that all these creams can help your skin very much. It’s your diet and life style that really makes you glow, especially if you have a stress free stimulati g life.


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