The usual division into skin types does not usually distinguishmature skin because the focus is on skin types, not the age itself. Mature skin can be dry or mixed. It appears when we are between 30 and 40 years old. It is characterized by thinning of the epidermis and its dryness and roughness. Reduced blood supply and oxygenation contributes to the loss of elasticity and firmness of the skin. Scratches become clear and the facial contour becomes sharp. The skin gets a slightly yellowish or pink colour. Visible wrinkles, dilated bloodvessels and discolorations appear.