Aging Skin

Wrinkles, fine lines, and pigmentation are inevitable skin conditions that often appear as we age. Skin aging effects such as wrinkles occur when the skin becomes rougher, slack, more fragile, and easily bruised. Premature skin aging depends on the environment, diet, genetics, and lifestyle.

There can be various factors that may lead to aging skin. The main reasons are sun exposure, pollution, and loss of subcutaneous support. Skin aging and wrinkles also depend on stress, daily facial movement, obesity, and even sleep positions.

What are the causes of aging skin?

Skin aging may be a result of a natural aging process or some environmental and lifestyle factors. So we can classify the causes of skin aging into 2 factors – Internal factors & External factors.

1. Internal factors –

As we grow old, the renewal process of the body’s cells slows down that resulting in a decrease in collagen and elastin in the skin. The skin hydration and moisture level also get decreased. This directly impacts skin aging. To reduce the aging skin effects always include the products with hyaluronic acid, we have a wide range of products with hyaluronic acid and you can SHOP HERE. These products help to keep the skin hydrated for a long time and results in healthier skin.

2. External factors –

Various external factors affect skin aging such as –

    • Sun exposure
    • Smoking
    • Stress
    • Alcohol
    • Uneven sleep habits
    • Social behaviors
    • Dehydration

Sun overexposure is one of the main reasons which can lead to harmful conditions to skin health. The effects of sun-damaged skin can not be treated 100%, but there are some dermatology treatments such for aging skin as lasers, chemical peels, facial treatments, and topical medications which may help in anti-aging skincare. So it is always better to protect skin from sun exposure and always wear sunscreen.



For The Best Outcome:

For best results in facial treatment for aging skin, we recommend a regular skin peel every 6-8 weeks to maintain skin health and for a clear complexion!



Depends! It will depend on how mild or aggressive the treatment approach is.

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Fine lines and wrinkles
As we get older, our skin becomes thinner, drier, and less elastic. In this condition, our skin can not protect itself from any damage and it may lead to wrinkles, creases, and lines on the skin.

Dullness of skin
With the growing age, depleted moisture levels, and less hydrated skin results the dulled complexion.

Uneven skin tone
The production of melanin can be disturbed with hormonal imbalance and it may lead to uneven skin tone or complexion.

Dry skin
The older skin can get dry and dehydrated as the skin loses its ability to retain moisture.

Blotchiness and age spots
As the cell production rate gets slower, the skin gets thinner. In this condition visibility of tiny blood vessels increased. And the pigment cells tend to increase in number and cluster in certain areas, forming what’s known as age or liver spots. Together, these changes mean skin is more likely to crepe and wrinkle.

Rough skin texture
Cell production rate gets slower with age. And the soft skin turns rough, harsh, uneven, and bumpy.

Visible pores
The skin pores are enlarged or more visible with age due to loss of skin elasticity.

Photodamage is the skin condition of skin aging due to sun exposure. In this condition, skin gets wrinkling, loss of facial elasticity, and spots.

Photodamaging or photoaging is mainly caused by Ultraviolet radiation and DNA changes. To protect the skin and prevent it from future photodamage, start using a broad-spectrum sunscreen.

Start protecting your skin from the sun every day. Start using sunscreen that is broad-spectrum, SPF 30 (or higher), and water-resistant.

Eat a well-balanced and healthy diet. Avoid food that are containing lots of sugar or other refined carbohydrates.

Avoid alcohol. Alcohol dehydrates and damages the skin. Try to avoid it completely.

Moisturizer skin. To get a youthful appearance, use a moisturiser that keeps skin hydrated.

Stop smoking. Smoking speed up the process of skin aging. It affects the complexion. It is recommended for skin health to avoid smoking completely.

Various treatments are available for aging skin treatment. But before taking any treatment consult your skin specialist or doctor about the treatment’s possible risks and the potential benefits.

1. Facial treatment for aging skin
The best facials for anti-aging skincare treatment are microneedling and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy.

In a microneedling facial, tiny needles penetrate the skin to boost collagen production. The process can be paired with PRP therapy using your own blood — hence its nickname, the “vampire facial.”

2. Chemical Peels
Chemical peels or chemical facial peels for aging skin helps to improve the appearance of aging skin by using a chemical solution to remove the outer layer of old skin.

3. Topical Lotions
Some lotions and creams can result in a reduction of the fine lines and uneven skin. These lotions and creams are only available on prescription.

4. Laser Treatments
Laser treatments can reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles, smooth out moderate wrinkles, and eliminate mild wrinkles. The best laser treatment for anti-aging is the Fraxel Repair laser. It helps in wrinkle removal, treatment of crow’s feet, sun damage removal, and overall skin rejuvenation.


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