How to get rid of wrinkles

  • Always use high factor SPF (from 30 upwards)
  • Adopt a great skincare routine day
  • Always use high factor SPF (from 30 upwards)
  • Adopt a great skincare routine day and night
How to get rid of wrinkles
How to get rid of wrinkles

Growing old gracefully is our aim. The good news is that embracing our age, feeling and looking good at the same time is possible today, but you’ll need to start protecting your skin as soon as possible.

Stay sun safe

The first step to manage your anti-aging skin routine is applying SPF daily, religiously. Whether it’s cloudy or sunny, always wear SPF to protect you from UVA and UVB rays, proven to be responsible for aging by breaking down collagen cells.

The basics

Take good care of your skin with a simple yet effective cleansing and moisturising routine morning and night. Giving your skin the hydration it needs and making sure pores are kept clean (never sleep with the makeup on, ok?) are part of ensuring healthy, great looking skin.

La Roche-Posay would recommend…

Use Anthelios Ultralight Fluid SPF50+, a very high form of UVA/UVB protection. Developed for sensitive skin, it protects from sun-induced pigment spots thanks to its filtering system Mexoplex®. Consultant Dermatologist, Dr Hiva Fassihi says: “It’s the best anti-ageing cream you’ll ever use.”

Worried about dullness? Try Redermic C10 Vitamin C Serum. Results are visible within just a week with skin appearing more luminous and firmer.

Want a more hydrated, plump-look? Hyalu B5 Hyaluronic Acid Serum was developed to recover the skin’s natural bounce.

Another key ally in the fight against aging is retinol. Adopt Redermic R Retinol Anti-Aging Night Cream and let it do the hard work while you are fast asleep. It helps to regenerate skin cells, encourage collagen production and helps even out the skin-tone.