Own your look and your skin
Your 40s are great, with everything from work to your personal life reaching new heights. But, while your life is picking up steam, your skin is slowing down. “After the age of 30, you’re losing one per cent of your collagen per year,” says Charmaine Cooper, Dermalogica education manager. By 40 that 10 per cent deficit leads to a change of tone and lustre. You’ll also notice more dehydration, lack of oil production and deeper lines, she says. Don’t be discouraged, though, there are lots of products to keep skin healthy and vibrant.
Our skin-spiration? We love Tracee Ellis Ross, 45, and her dewy skin.