Mature, mature skin


As we age, the skin changes. It takes longer for the skin cells to renew, and that shows. The skin becomes duller, may discolour locally and shows wrinkles. Blood flow in the skin also decreases, which reduces the oxygen supply and makes it more difficult to remove waste products. The skin loses moisture and elasticity.

Healthy aging, the characteristics

Wrinkles and fine lines : Deep wrinkles and fine lines, especially visible around the eyes (crow's feet), mouth, and on the forehead.

Loss of elasticity and firmness : The skin loses its elasticity and firmness due to a decrease in collagen and elastin, leading to sagging skin.

Dryness : The skin becomes drier as sebum production decreases, which can lead to a flaky and rough texture.

Pigmentation and age spots : Dark spots and pigment changes become more prominent, often due to sun exposure over the years.

Thinning skin : The skin becomes thinner and more fragile, making it more susceptible to damage and slower to heal.

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A healthy detox for your skin

100% natural and vegan ingredients

Suitable for sensitive skin

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Vitamins A and E act on wrinkles and stimulate collagen production .

Vitamin E, Polyphenes and Ferulic Acid help fight free radicals and slow down premature skin aging .

Agave Tequilana Extract has a proven wrinkle-fading effect and a long-lasting soothing effect on the skin.

Tomato extract protects the skin against free radicals and improves skin elasticity. For a youthful appearance.

Hyaluronic acid, derived from aloe vera, keeps the skin elastic, firm and hydrated.

How do you care for mature skin?



Attention to care
Skin aging is a completely natural process. There are no magic cures for wrinkles, but there are many empty promises. You can soften the signs of skin aging or counteract them naturally. A healthy lifestyle and the right care products are crucial.

Go for antioxidants
It has been scientifically proven that free radicals play a major role in premature aging. These small particles are released during our metabolism, but also by air pollution, UV radiation, stress, smoking and alcohol. An excess of free radicals can attack healthy cells and damage the skin and connective tissues, resulting in wrinkles and other skin aging signs. To neutralize their harmful effect, our body produces antioxidant enzymes. Help your body by using products rich in antioxidants.

Don't forget the eyes
Although you don't necessarily need a separate eye cream for this. Our mild day and night cream are packed with active ingredients and are perfect for use on the eye contours.


Sun tanning
UV radiation is the biggest culprit for the skin. Unprotected sunbathing gives free radicals free rein and attacks the skin layers. Use good sun protection that protects against both UVB and UVA rays.

Aggressive products
Stay away from products with harsh ingredients or high alcohol. They damage the barrier function of the skin. The older we get, the more difficult it is for your body to recover. The result is known: moisture escapes from the skin and bacteria find their way in. Natural products also often contain alcohol. Always check the ingredients list.