From adolescence to menopause, each phase of life has different needs for your skin

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Although you can't reverse the effects of ageing, with good hydration you can help repair your skin.
Although you can't reverse the effects of ageing, with good hydration you can help repair your skin.
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Most of us are born with skin that's soft and smooth as a baby's and a bright, clear complexion.

While some adults are lucky enough to have healthy, plump and younger-looking skin, for many of us, achieving this becomes a tad bit harder as we age. This is due to factors such as lifestyle changes, the environment, stress and menopause, according to a skin expert.

Mucha Mutasa, a qualified cosmetic formulation chemist, explains how, although you can't reverse the effects of ageing, you can repair and hydrate your skin with a proper regimen. 

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