Facing The Future Of Your Skin: What To Expect
August 28th, 2012
Your skin’s natural aging process has two sides to it. One of them is external and is affected by the sun, pollution, cigarette smoke etc. and the second one is internal and this has a lot to do with cell turnover and it slowing down as you age.
However, the way you treat your skin is what will determine how much you will age and how fast your beauty clock will run down.
Here is what will happen to your skin as you age.
Your beauty clock speeds up as you age and your looks begging to wane. Here is the course that your skin will take starting with more or less the moment that your skin becomes “mature”.
At age 30 your skin’s oil production slows down significantly and the loss will continue even more as you age. The result is dry skin which is handled with moisturizers giving it a more supple and radiant look.
Melanocytes, the cells that produce melanin and which determine your skin color, began to burn out when you reach your late 30s and 40s. Your skin’s ability to fight sun damage lessens greatly, causing lost of elasticity and uneven pigmentation.
Fight it by never leaving your house without some sort of sun protection.
Your skin begging to thin during your 40s and the skin’s fat layer lessen. This problem escalates as you get older resulting in sagging and the loss of plumpness and youthful softness.
Fibroblast are the cells that produce collagen and elastin, the two proteins which gives your skin firmness and elasticity. This process gains momentum during your 40s and punctuates the lost of firmness and elasticity as you get older.
And as the body ages your ability to repair damage lessens, so changes in your skin become more pronounced and this is why you notice an increased in aging skin.
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