60s

Canadian Gardening Annual 2016 - - Beauty -

What’s im­por­tant now?

“From now on, you’ll ex­pe­ri­ence a cul­mi­na­tion of all the skin changes that hap­pened in your 50s,” says Dr. Humphrey. Wrin­kles will deepen, folds and sag­ging will in­crease, skin will feel even drier and you may ex­pe­ri­ence more sun spots. Hair grows much slower, and in some cases, the fol­li­cles may be pro­duc­ing smaller, thin­ner hairs.

What should you be do­ing?

Ev­ery decade your body de­creases its abil­ity to re­pair it­self, points out Dr. Newell, so it’s more im­por­tant than ever to make sure you have a healthy diet. Even so, since your stom­ach won’t ab­sorb vi­ta­mins and min­er­als from food as well as it once did, take a mul­ti­vi­ta­min de­signed for your age. Stay hy­drated and re­main ac­tive; use prod­ucts that pro­mote healthy ag­ing, not re­verse it.

WITH THE AD­VAN­TAGE OF WIS­DOM, YOUR RE­TIRE­MENT YEARS ARE SOME OF THE HAP­PI­EST OF YOUR LIFE. STRESS HAS ALL BUT DIS­AP­PEARED, AND ONE OF YOUR BIG­GEST CON­CERNS IS COP­ING

WITH AGE-RE­LATED HEALTH AIL­MENTS.

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