As we age, our skin undergoes various changes affecting appearance and function. External factors, such as sun exposure, pollution, and lifestyle habits, can contribute to skin ageing. As we age, one key change is reduced collagen production, leading to decreased skin elasticity and firmness. This results in wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin. Additionally, the skin’s natural moisturising ability decreases, causing the skin to become dry and less plump. Ageing skin is also more susceptible to sun damage, resulting in dark spots and uneven skin tone. As we age, the skin’s ability to regenerate and repair itself slows down, making it more vulnerable to skin damage and infection. The sebaceous glands in the skin also become less active, leading to drier skin and a decreased ability to produce natural oils that keep the skin hydrated.