Almost everyone over the age of 25 years has mature skin. As the skin ages becomes dry because the glands are less active and it loses its elasticity.
The epidermis grows more slowly and so becomes thinner and facial contours change as muscle tone is lost. Blood circulates more slowly, therefore nutrients are not as available so new skin cells are replenished less often.
In the same way, waste products are removed more slowly, therefore the skin can look puffy due to water retention.
Mature skin is characterized by: