How to Achieve Your Best Skin Yet
According to the Mayo Clinic, the average age of a woman affected by menopause is 51. Around this time, she may notice changes in her skin including increased dryness, thinning, and wrinkling. This is often due to a dramatic drop—up to 90 percent—in DHEA levels, a natural hormone that occurs in our body.
The advanced formula in Vichy’s Neovadiol Compensating Complex features an innovative complex 14 years in the making, that was designed to address loss of density, loss of structure, sagging, and dryness. The innovative, non-sticky day cream provides hydration and comfort to the skin, helping the skin to look more supple, more radiant and even-toned, and—over time—more defined.
Massage a small amount of the cream into skin, paying close attention to the areas where skin tends to sag the most: cheekbones, jawline, and neck.
Vichy Neovadiol Compensating Complex, ($55)