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Ageing Skin Concerns In The 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s

Defy Ageing Signs At Every Age

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What Is An Ageing Skin?

Your body goes through a series of changes with time and so does your skin.

With time your skin starts to lose its firmness, resilience, lustre and volume.

As the largest and one of the most vital organs of your body, your skin ages due to internal and external factors.

Your Skin Plays A Cosmetic Role?

In addition to separating your body from the outside environment and protecting it, your skin also plays an aesthetic role.

Making you look and feel either younger and confident or older and insecure.

How Does Your Skin Age?

There are two layers of your skin. The epidermis is your skin’s outer layer, protecting you from germs and UV rays.

Whereas , the dermis, the next layer of your skin is rich in collagen and other proteins, which give skin its strength and resilience.

With time and other ageing factors, your skin undergoes minor to major changes:

Collagen & Elastin Decline
Sun’s UV rays causing collagen breakdown
The fat pads below your skin shrink causing facial volume loss
Sebaceous glands become sluggish causing skin dryness
Pigmentation such as age spots

Types Of Skin Ageing

Intrinsic/Natural Skin Ageing

Intrinsic ageing is a natural, genetically established process.

It also includes damaging effects of:

Free radicals
Hormonal changes
Your body’s inability to heal skin damage effectively.

Extrinsic/Photoageing

Extrinsic ageing refers to the negative influence of your environment and other avoidable factors on the ageing process of your skin such as:
Sun’s UVA rays
Air Pollution
Visible light
Infrared Radiation
Lifestyle choices

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Most Common Ageing Signs

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Thinning skin
Fine lines & wrinkles
Rough skin texture
Sagging skin
Dullness
Hyperpigmentation

Skin Ageing Through Decades

In Your 20s

  • Sun damage
  • Melasma
  • Slow skin cells renewal
  • Eye Wrinkles / Crow’s Feet
  • Slow collagen production

How To Fix It:

In Your 30s

  • Static fine lines & wrinkles
  • Duller complexion
  • Drier skin texture
  • Loss of skin firmness
  • Declining collagen

How To Fix It:

In Your 40s

  • Skin becomes drier
  • Facial volume loss
  • Loss of skin elasticity
  • More pronounced lines and wrinkles
  • Melasma
  • Lacklustre skin tone
  • Under-eye dark circles

How To Fix It:

  • Sun protection
  • Chemical Peel
  • Botox Injections
  • Lip Fillers
  • Jawline Fillers
  • Tear Trough Fillers
  • PRP Therapy
  • Retinol Serum
  • Vitamin C Serum

In Your 50s

  • Abundant, deeper wrinkles
  • Thinner, fragile skin
  • Enlarged open pores
  • Sagging jowls and jawline
  • More age spots on skin
  • Facial volume loss
  • Neck wrinkles & bands
  • Dull looking complexion

How To Fix It:

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Meant By Preventative Botox?

Botox injections in the areas of your face that are likely to have creases, fine lines, and wrinkles are called preventative Botox. Botox for wrinkle prevention works by gradually weakening muscles, preventing deep creases and wrinkles.

How to Maintain Youthful Skin At Age 25?

Making anti-ageing products a part of your daily skincare routine in your 20s is a great idea. You may not be showing any noticeable signs of ageing at this point, but you may still protect your skin from future damage, such as “photoaging, caused by sun exposure.

Is It Important For Me To Apply Sunscreen In My 20s?

While sun exposure is good for your skin, too much exposure can be damaging. Your skin still needs protection from the sun. Even on cloudy or rainy days, sunscreens or sunblocks are essential for preventing wrinkles and skin cancer.

It’s just as vital to use a good sunscreen as it is to wear one. Make sure to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects against UVA and UVB rays while also being lightweight and gentle on the skin.

What Are the Best Anti Ageing Foods?

Vitamin and mineral-rich foods can benefit in the reversal of ageing effects. Foods high in ellagic acid, biotin, and vitamins C and E, all natural collagen promoters, are ideal for your skin.

  • Eggs
  • Pomegranate
  • Olive oil
  • Green Tea
  • Fish
  • Dark Chocolate

How To Remove Wrinkles Around Eyes?

There are a few things you can do to reduce and even prevent wrinkles around your eyes such as:

  • Gentle exfoliation
  • Moisturise your under eye area with a good eye cream containing peptides or hyaluronic acid
  • Avoid sun exposure and use sunglasses when you step outside
  • Eat a healthy diet that is rich in vitamin A, C and E.

What Causes Forehead Wrinkles?

Forehead wrinkles are caused by a number of factors such as:

  • Too much using forehead muscles
  • Dehydration
  • Too much exposure to sunlight and not using sunscreen
  • Smoking and alcohol consumption can also lead to the formation of forehead wrinkles

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