• Cleanser (Oil-Based)
    • In the morning and the evening, use an oil-based cleanser to gently wash away any impurities and dead skin cells.
  • Toner
    • Spray a gentle toner over a cleansed face two times a day.
    • Witch Hazel & Rose Water is a recommended toner for mature skin.
  • Moisturizer
    • A plant-based, 100% oil facial serum is recommended in place of water-based creams.
    • Always apply face serum at night, and in the morning if possible with your ‘get out the door’ routine (it needs a bit to soak in before applying makeup).
    • For an all-over body moisturizer, there is nothing better than the JUSTBLiSS Body Oils.
  • Hydrate
    • Men: 13 cups (~3 liters) of water a day
    • Women: 9 cups (~2+ liters) a day
  • Exercise
    • The amount of exercise recommended varies widely based on age and health conditions.
    • The average adult (ages 18-64) needs 150-300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity (this is just to provide a frame of reference to start with). Visit the World Health Organization here for more info.
  • Healthy Meals
    • Eating for wellness also impacts the health and appearance of the skin greatly. Try adding one new recipe a week that is specific to mature skin (see recommendations in the above section).
  • Mindfulness Practice
    • The goal of mindfulness is to achieve focused relaxation while paying attention to thoughts and sensations and being fully present.
    • This can be achieved through meditation, gratitude practice, belly breathing, mindful walking, body scans, and more.
  • Get Fresh Air
    • Fresh outside air has tons of positive impacts on overall health (and most individuals aren’t getting close to enough of it).
    • Breathing fresh air increases oxygen in the blood, increases energy, improves digestion, cleans the lungs, relieves stress and anxiety, improves cell function, and improves cognitive abilities…to name just a few benefits (and all of these impact the skin’s glow)!
  • Makeup Remover
    • If you’re washing your face with an oil-based cleanser as mentioned in the first step, you don’t need another product – this should do the trick for most makeup.
    • For some waterproof makeup that is a bit more stubborn, grab some reusable makeup remover pads.
  • Under-Eye Salve
    • Apply under-eye salve at night (after cleansing, spraying toner, and applying face serum)/ alternatively massage the Miracle Facial oil under the eyes for a few minutes.
  • No Screen Time Before Bed
    • Sleep experts recommend cutting off screen time an hour before bed (or two hours for the best benefits…time to bust out that library card!)
  • 8+ Hours of Sleep
    • It’s called ‘beauty sleep’ for a reason, as deep sleep (slow-wave sleep) stimulates cell turnover and collagen production.
    • Deep sleep reduces inflammation and combats issues, such as eczema and acne, and is essential for memory, mood regulation, brain health, and immune function.


Mature Skin Tip #1: Proper Hydration

Drink at least 64 oz of water every day (and more if you can!). Limit alcohol and caffeine consumption, as they contribute to dehydration and dull skin.

Mature Skin Tip #2: Sun Protection

Use a broad-spectrum mineral sunscreen with SPF 30+ to protect your skin.

Wear a wide-brimmed hat and loose linen clothing.

Mature Skin Tip #3: Gentle Cleansing

Use a mild oil based cleanse to avoid stripping the skin of its natural sebum.

Mature Skin Tip #4: Daily Exercise

Engage in regular physical activity to improve blood circulation, overall well-being, and better sleep.

Mature Skin Tip #5: Humidify Your Home

Use a humidifier to maintain optimal indoor humidity levels, especially in dry climates. This will help prevent excess skin dryness.

Mature Skin Tip #6: Bedding

Use a satin or silk pillowcase to minimize friction on facial skin and soft, breathable fabrics for sheets to reduce irritation.

Mature Skin Tip #7: Bathing

Opt for lukewarm water when showering and washing your face to prevent stripping natural oils.

Mature Skin Tip #8: Deep Sleep

Try to get 7-9 hours of sleep every night to allow your skin to repair and generate.

Adopting daily exercise and omitting alcohol and caffeine will greatly benefit your quality of sleep.

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