Fighting skin aging from the age of 40 is possible with these 3 important steps!

During the skin aging process, signs of dryness, brown spots and fine lines of expression appear. This is because fibroblast cells produce less and less collagen and elastin over your lifetime. However, these fibrous proteins greatly contribute to the regeneration and elasticity of skin tissue and are therefore essential for maintaining young and healthy skin. The slowing down of collagen and elastin synthesis directly impacts cell regeneration.

Skin also loses firmness and elasticity: this is sagging skin, which affects both the neckline area and the face. To fight against the effects of this stage of aging of the skin, we can incorporate a proper list of steps to be taken daily to diminish the process as much as possible. The goal is to delay surgery for as long as possible. Fortunately, to keep your skin looking young and firm, several solutions allow you to stimulate your cell regeneration if you pay attention to the needs of your skin and adopt an anti-aging routine from the age of 40.

The first step being to know your skin type then choosing products



Peptides to regenerate facial skin. Peptides are small protein compounds. Present in a cream or serum, they penetrate the skin for a complete cell renewal action.

They are ubiquitous in treatments intended for the eye contour, where the epidermis is thin and fragile.

The main peptides in skin hydration products are:

  • oligopeptides; enzyme inhibitor peptides; signal peptides; neurotransmitter peptides.

Hyaluronic acid and GLYCERIN to hydrate and plump up mature skin

A true star of anti-aging care, hyaluronic acid actively contributes to the beauty of facial skin. This natural compound is used in products with various textures. The Morganna’s 4-layer hyaluronic acid serum is a great addition to any skincare routine. It is particularly suitable for skin after fifty and those with combination to oily skin.

Vitamin C to illuminate mature skin

Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is used in many facial treatments. If its antiviral action is widely known, its virtues for the beauty of the skin are worth a detour.

Today, this vitamin is one of the key ingredients of natural cosmetic products. Creams rich in vitamin C (or L-ascorbic acid), which is a powerful antioxidant naturally present in the skin which has the ability to protect cells from free radicals, stimulate the synthesis of collagen and elastin, and fight against dark spots to give your face an immediate boost. With its protective, plumping and unifying effects, it instantly gives radiance, which is why it has become a reference active ingredient in cosmetics. It should be applied in the morning as it is commonly known that antioxidants boost the effects of sunscreens.

Our Morganna’s 22% Vitamin C cream is tested and tried to help brighten skin:

In a serum or in a cream, vegetable vitamin C stimulates the epidermis. It slows down oxidation and the resulting drying out.

But above all, it stimulates the production of elastic fibers and collagen, whose favorable effect on hydration is well established.

it transforms skin quality in no time. Be careful, however, to protect your skin from the sun when you use vitamin C because it is photosensitizing.

If you have sensitive skin look into other antioxidants such as Astaxanthin, Resveratrol and many others


they will help to repair the skin cells from damage and boost collagen – hitting rewind on aging skin. Studies suggest that plant cells are known to contain anti-inflammatory properties, prevent skin aging, scavenge oxygen free radicals and inhibit UV radiation-induced activity

Retinol to correct facial skin imperfections

Retinol (vitamin A) is known to protect the skin of the face from external aggressions. However, this natural active ingredient also promotes its hydration by boosting the production of collagen.

Today, it is used in the composition of many care products intended for mature skin. Sometimes, in organic oils, it is replaced by fruit acids with similar moisturizing properties.

The skin of the face is rich in water. To keep its beauty, it must benefit from deep hydration thanks to appropriate care such as a mask, a serum or a cream enriched with active ingredients.

Collagen, hyaluronic acid and their precursors are the most effective in maintaining water in skin cells.



Caring for mature skin requires an adapted routine, with morning care that always differs from that applied in the evening. In the morning, whatever your skin type, a routine includes several key steps:( You can vary these steps if other concerns such as wrinkles, or dark spots have started to make an appearance)

  • Cleaning
  • Deep care with a serum

–Hydration with a day cream

  • Sunscreen
  • Makeup.

In the evening, the routine is carried out in the other direction:

  • Make-up removal by double cleansing
  • Repairing night serum.
  • Hydration with a night cream, please remember the neck and décolleté


This routine is to be completed by applying a deep exfoliation once a week, and a mask two to three times a week.


  1. Make-up and make-up removal for mature skin

-Makeup for mature skin is more or less light depending on your complexion. The choice of foundation for mature skin is important: it must imperatively contain sun protection to ensure that it does not accelerate the aging of your cells.

apply the liquid foundation with the finger for more softness, or possibly with a special soft brush. On the other hand, avoid powder at all costs.

-Try to avoid rubbing your face with cotton wool to remove make-up from the skin. Cotton pads or better yet adding a konjac sponge for  make-up removal should be done with a milk for sensitive skin. Otherwise, you can choose a cleansing oil, more specifically the Morganna Prickly Pear cleansing oil that contains a very concentrated amount of vitamin E, making it your first step in an entire anti-aging routine.  . Remember to cleanse your skin after removing makeup before applying your night cream.

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