Mature and Aging Skin
Matured and aging skin is attributed by multiple factors such as sun & weather exposure, stressful lifestyle and some genetic factors into aging skin. These factors often cause collagen breakdown & dehydration to the skin cells and also loss of elasticity that accelerate pre-mature aging.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is Mature and Skin aging?
Ageing mature skin is the term for this sort of skin. This skin type is also known for sagging skin, fine lines around the lips and eyes, deepening lines around the mouth and forehead, darker circles, and dryness of the skin.
What are the signs of mature and aging skin?
The first visible indicators of skin ageing are fine lines and wrinkles. Small shallow wrinkles around the eyes, known as crow’s feet and laughter lines, usually form in your 20s and 30s. Then there are creases on the forehead.
What is the cause of mature and skin aging?
The single most important factor in skin aging is exposure to sunshine. The ultraviolet (UV) light from the sun damages elastin in the skin throughout the time. The skin sags, stretches, and loses its ability to recede after stretching due to the breakdown of elastin fibers.
How old is considered mature skin?
Although we usually refer to mature skin as beginning at the age of 35, the starting age will be determined by each individual’s experience, as biological age does not have to be linked to skin demands.
How can I stop my skin from aging?
When it comes to maintaining your skin healthy and youthful, lifestyle factors such as eating a vitamin-rich diet, drinking lots of water, protecting your skin from the sun, not smoking, and controlling your stress all play a role.