A MUST-FOLLOW Skincare Routine for Maturing Skin
Anti Ageing

A MUST-FOLLOW Skincare Routine for Maturing Skin

October 29th, 2021 | by

If you don’t want to go the Botox and fillers way to look young, a solid anti-ageing skincare routine can help you manage your fine lines and wrinkles like a total pro! BoldLyfe brings you a skincare regime for mature skin that will truly change your skincare game and make you look younger and fresher.

While ageing is not under our control, managing it certainly is. The most doable and affordable way to take care of your wrinkles and fine lines and become that ageless beauty, is a well put together anti-ageing skincare routine.

Contrary to popular misconception that you need to introduce anti-ageing products only if you reach your 30s and 40s, it’s recommended that you start in your early 20s. The sooner you start taking care of your skin, the better it will look as you age. However, it’s never too late and if you don’t have a beauty routine for mature skin in place. Let’s get you started now.

BoldLyfe presents a carefully-crafted step-wise guide that you MUST follow.

1. Choose a gentle cleanser

Cleansing your skin is a game changer as it gets rid of impurities and dead skin cells, which when built up, can make your skin look dull and worn out. However, the kind of cleanser you are using matters the most. For mature skin, it’s best to go with a gentle cleanser that is hydrating and moisturising. Some of the best gentle cleansers that you can buy include

Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser

Plum Chamomile & White Tea Revival Face Wash 

2. Use a chemical exfoliant

Using a physical scrub can be extremely abrasive on the skin and that’s the last thing you need for mature skin. Switch your scrub with a chemical exfoliant which is much gentler and does a thorough job of getting rid of dead skin cells. Chemical exfoliants also add a healthy glow to the skin and make it look fresher. Wouldn’t you love that Keep in mind to not over exfoliate your skin because as your skin matures, it gets thinner. Over-exfoliating can harm the skin barrier. Make sure you exfoliate only twice a week. Some of the best chemical exfoliant are –


The Ordinary Glycolic Acid 

The Inkey List Glycolic Acid Liquid Toner

3. Use face massaging tools

Massaging the face promotes lymphatic drainage, improves blood flow, reduces fluid buildup, increases cell turnover as well as tissue toning and boosts collagen production. Face massages are good for the skin at any age and especially beneficial for mature skin when the functioning gets rather slow. You can always use your fingers and hands to message your face. Check out this video here to learn the technique. However, there are many face massaging tools available such as Gua Sha, face rollers and electric massagers that can really facilitate blood flow and make your skin look fresher and healthier.

ZQRA Smooth Face Massager For Women

4. Moisturize, moisturize and moisturize!

As we grow older, the moisture levels in our skin begin to decrease, which makes the wrinkles and fine lines more noticeable. Therefore, it’s crucial for you to keep your skin moisturized. Ideally, you should moisturize twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. It is also recommended that you use a moisturizer which is packed with ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, aqua and glycerin which help retain the skin’s moisture barrier. In addition to this, go for a product which has a rich and thick consistency so that your skin gets the adequate moisture it requires. Some good options which you can choose from include –

 CeraVe Moisturizing Cream

Cetaphil Moisturising Cream for Face & Body

Olay Day Cream Regenerist Microsculpting Moisturizer

5. Always apply sunscreen

Did you know that sun exposure is one of the causes for skin ageing? In fact, if your skin is not protected from the sun, your wrinkles and fine lines can worsen. It’s extremely important to wear SPF, anywhere, anytime, contrary to the belief that you only need to wear SPF outdoors. Dermatologists recommend wearing SPF even when indoors as the sunlight tends to come in through open windows. You should opt for sunscreens that are high in their SPF value like 30+ or 50+ because the more your skin ages, the more protection it needs. Some good options for sunscreens include –

Lotus Safe Sun Invisible Matte Gel Sunscreen

Lacto Calamine Sunshield Matte Look Sunscreen

LAKMÉ Sun Expert SPF 50

RE’ EQUIL Oxybenzone and OMC Free Sunscreen

6. Introduce Retinol into your skincare 

If you don’t believe in magic, this Retinol ingredient will change your mind! Retinol is a derivative of vitamin A, which promotes skin renewal, brightens the skin tone, aids collagen production and clears hyperpigmentation. However, one important thing to note about Retinol is that it’s strong and should be applied topically. It is available both in prescription strength and over-the-counter. It’s advisable for you to consult your dermatologist to understand the right potency and the kind of Retinol you should use. based on your skin’s condition. Some of the best products comprising Retinol include –

Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Night Moisturizer

The Ordinary Retinol 0.5% in Squalane

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair

7. Be gentle with your skin 

Be gentle with your skin

Did you know that being harsh with your skin can actually worsen your wrinkles and fine lines? It’s very important to be extra gentle with your skin, especially mature skin.  Instead of rubbing products on your face, it’s advisable to pat them on to the skin. Not only does this help absorb the products better but also prevents you from tugging your skin. In addition to this, you can also switch your regular towels with ones that have gentle fabric, such as microfiber towels as they are smoother for the skin.

These simple iterations in your beauty routine for mature skin can truly change your skincare game and leave you with fresh, younger looking skin. Don’t be afraid of those fine lines and wrinkles. Instead, embrace and manage them like a total pro! 

Rashi Girdher