Skin Health
Am I Too Old To Start Skin Care? Is It Too Late For Anti-Aging Therapy?
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Is the damage done? Is it too late to reverse years of skin problems? Is starting skin care later in life pointless?While it can get harder to treat or reverse existing damage as you get older (this is why prevention is so important) it is never too late to start skin care.

Many VMV HYPOALLERGENICS® customers start retinoic acid or glycolic acid therapy in their 40s, 50s or even later and enjoy excellent results. This is true even for many of our older clients who were lifelong sun-worshippers or smokers and far from health buffs, and who had never used any skin care before.

Some reversal of existing damage can be expected and sustained. Regular use keeps skin firmer, smoother, and more even-toned, longer. When combined with a healthy, anti-inflammatory lifestyle, the results are impressive.

While it is true that no therapy will return older skin to its 18-year-old state, some damage can be reversed and future damage can be slowed or prevented.

For more on Re-Everything, VMV’s anti-aging therapy, click here.

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Click here to learn how hypoallergenicity can help with aging concerns.

Click here to read about stress, inflammation, aging and other skin concerns.

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