mature skin

Identifying your skin type is essential in developing a daily care and treatment program that will help you maintain clear, healthy, radiant skin.

For a skin care program to be the most effective, your regimen of cleansing, toning, moisturizing and specialized treatments must be tailored to your own unique skin.

Over time skin loses its elasticity, and expression lines begin to appear. More mature skin can appear rough, coarse and even multi-colored due to melanin deposits.

The aging process can be managed through diet, exercise, sleep (to rejuvenate tissue) and avoidance of sun exposure. Maintaining a daily skin care program, specifically tailored to mature skin, can keep skin softer, smoother and healthier.

recommended home care for mature skin:


Cleanse twice a day with a glycolic acid wash to reduce dead skin cells, improve skin texture, and promote brighter skin.


Exfoliate using an alpha-hydroxy mask twice a week to improve hydration and to smooth skin.


Apply toner to prepare the skin for moisturizer.


Use a hydrating mask once or twice each week to maximize the moisture level in the skin.


Use an emollient cream that contains sunscreen.


Always protect mature skin against further exposure to the sun. Always use a moisturizer and eye cream containing sunscreen and glycolic acid or retinol which promotes a smoother skin texture.


To minimize uneven skin coloring or age spots, apply hydroquinone or kojic acid. Use Retin-A or tretinoin (Vitamin K based products) to encourage cellular turnover and help improve skin's texture.

ideal skin's recommended professional treatments for mature skin

Intensive Deep Cleaning Facial cleans clogged pores and improves texture by promoting skin cell renewal that can slow down as skin matures.

Hydrating Facial rejuvenates mature skin by promoting increased moisture levels in the skin.

Obagi Blue Peel is highly effective in reducing fine lines while also improving the overall skin tone of mature skin.