As we get older there’s no doubt that our skin changes greatly. Thankfully there’s now more information out there on how our hormone levels affects our skin, whether that’s with loss of volume, dryness or skin tone change. While this is more important to note when it comes to skincare and supplements it’ll also play a part in the makeup that we pick too. From choosing liquids or powder products or even opting for a primer that works better for mature skin.
I’m 30 and have already seen the choices I make adjust as my skin texture and tone change. I’m suddenly more drawn to creamier products and crave glow-boosting formulas across each step of my routine. Priming your skin is the crossover step from skincare to makeup and we’re seeing more brands wise up to the benefits of incorporating skincare benefits into
To help makeup last longer on mature skin, it’s about keeping the skin hydrated and plump. So, it’s key to look out for ingredients like hyaluronic acid, ceramides and peptides. Hyaluronic acid attracts and holds up to 1000 times its weight in water so skin benefits from staying softer and more hydrated for longer. Ceramides also help with hydration by strengthening the skin barrier, while peptides encourage your skin to make more collagen, eventually leading to plumper-looking skin. When it comes to making your makeup last, opting for primers that look to blur and hydrate will be the best combination for more mature skin.
The Best Face Primers for Mature Skin
Fans of skincare layering will love the light-weight feel of this primer which also benefits from SPF 30.