By the time we're 65, visible signs of ageing have dug in their heels. Unfortunately, our skin will continue to age: sagging, drooping, furrows beside our noses and under our eyes, lines around our mouths... Our skin texture also changes: it thins and dries, becoming more fragile and less plump. Our rosy cheeks are replaced by a paler, more transparent complexion. Our skin needs different treatments from those that we used during our 50's. Older skin has a hard time dealing with dehydration, so moisturising is key if we want to keep it supple and comfortable. We should also repair our skin (particularly overnight) and pump it full of fortifying calcium-based treatments. Finally, we need to give our circulation a boost so that we can get back our radiant glow.