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Rich moisturizers will decrease water loss, but may lead to unnecessary dependence on them. Vitamin A and E creams increase your skin’s water content. Regular exfoliation is a good addition to your routine, which will slough any dry, rough patches on the epidermis.
If you’re typical, from your 60s to your 90s, cell turnover and skin healing will become even slower. Your skin may be very dry too. Mature skin may need special care, including hydrating moisturizers and regular exfoliation to prompt cell turnover.
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