Ageing is a complex process which involves structural as well as functional changes in the skin. Just as the process is complex similarly tackling the topic of skin ageing is not easy.
The goal of this guide is to give you basic knowledge about the ageing process and share highly effective strategies that can help you to slow down the ageing process to age gracefully.
The first part of the guide, ‘Anti-ageing at a Glance’, is basically for the novice reader who has little or no knowledge about skin ageing. It starts with developing the basic knowledge about skin ageing and what changes occur in skin due to various intrinsic and extrinsic factors.
If you are keen to know more about the skin, its different layers, their functions and how they are affected by the various internal and external factors then you can read through the topics Epidermis-the first skin layer, Dermis-the second skin layer and hypodermis- the deepest skin layers. These parts provide a detailed overview of the skin layers.
Most of you consider wrinkles as the sign of ageing but there are various other signs which also demonstrate that your skin is moving towards ageing. The ‘Visible Skin Signs of Ageing’ will be here helpful to increase your knowledge about other ageing signs and to know what causes the skin to start ageing early, read ‘What causes skin ageing?’.
If you have reached to this part, it means that you have learned about the skin ageing process.
In order take good care of your skin and fight back the ageing process, you need to start with a good anti-aging skin care regime which involves taking care of your skin with proven skincare and rejuvenation ingredients and treatments. For this, go through our ‘CRES Principles –A Summary’ and other related articles. It is a scientifically proven skincare system that involves the use of skincare ingredients known to slowdown ageing process which will benefit your skin in long run.