Skin begins to get a little dryer in your 40s esp in the latter 40s when the hormone estrogen begins to reduce, collagen degradation is faster, so one begins to see lines and wrinkles, one may develop hyperpigmentation.
Morning routine: Cleanse, Hydrate, Protect
Night routine: Cleanse your face. Use a serum both under the eye and on your face. If you have dry skin, you can use a hyaluronic acid-based serum. If you have slightly pigmented skin, use a Vitamin C based
serum and if you have fine lines or dilated pores, then you can opt for an Alpha-hydroxy acid or a beta hydroxy acid or retinol-based serum
Over the serum, apply an anti-aging cream with Resveratrol, Coenzyme Q10, peptides, marine algae, botanicals. Top it with a moisturizer. Use a Retinol serum or cream at least twice a week at bedtime.
If you have loose skin or sagging skin, you can opt for non-surgical
radiofrequency skin tightening treatment or high-intensity focused ultrasound to tighten the skin.
A non-surgical in liquid facelift could be done using fillers and botulinum toxin. Fillers that can be safely used are hyaluronic acid fillers, calcium hydroxyapatite fillers, or Poly-L- Lactic acid fillers to build the collagen in your skin. Whatever you do, the key is to keep it natural and never look overdone.
Thread lifts are another option.
Skin booster injections like Profhilo. Juvederm Volite, Restylane Vital, and Belotero Hydro can also be used to hydrate the skin and stimulate the collagen fibers.
Chemical peels or Q switched Lasers or pico lasers can be done to even the skin tone.