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Signs Of Aging You Need To Know

It is important for you to be aware of the indicators of aging. Accordingly, you can consider anti-aging treatments. Your skin is the most visible indicator of aging. This explains why anti-aging treatments are designed to focus on your skin.

Your skin suffers damage from excessive exposure to the sun’s ultra-violet rays, dehydration, etc.

Here are common signs that reveal that you are aging:

1. Dehydrated/Dry skin

Normally, your skin pores produce a natural oil that keeps your skin hydrated. As you age, your skin begins to become dry owing to a lack of hydration. Itching, redness, flaking, wrinkles, etc. are manifestations of dry or dehydrated skin.

Causes: Over-exposure to the Sun, the natural slowing of cell renewal, inadequate skin care.

Solution: Our dermatologists suggest walking more, eating fresh and local foods, and eating slower. Get rest and sleep. Limit sun exposure, follow a consistent skincare routine, and get enough vitamin C.

2. Sagging skin

Your skin becomes to appear loose and wrinkled on your face and body. This creates a permanently tired look on your face.

Causes: Collagen and elastin are the two important proteins that provide structure and elasticity to your skin. Over time, your body’s natural production of these proteins decreases.

Solution: Balanced diet with vitamin A, adequate exercise and sleep, a healthy weight, and limiting exposure to the Sun.

3. Fine lines and wrinkles

Small lines, folds, cracks, and creases begin to appear on the surface of your skin as you age giving it a rough, uneven appearance.

Causes: Loss of collagen and elasticity reduces skin volume. Repeated muscular movements—laughing, squinting, etc.

Solution: Apply sunscreen with SPF of at least 30, specialized treatments like lasers, Botox, and fillers are effective in providing smooth, soft skin.

4. Puffy eyes/Dark Circles

Puffy eyes during youth are temporary, caused usually by allergic reactions or lack of sleep. But when you begin to age, puffy eyes is permanent.

The skin under your eyes is thin compared to other parts of your body. As you age, your skin becomes thin and translucent. As a result, the blood vessels under your eyes become more visible.

Causes: Sun damage, stress, inadequate sleep, pollutants, allergies, hormonal changes, depletion of collagen in your skin

Solution: Take care of the eyes by protecting yourself from the Sun by wearing sunglasses that offer high UV protection.

Shinagawa Aesthetics offers skin tightening treatments to make your skin firm and decrease sagging.

5. Dark spots

Black spots appear on the surface of your skin as you age. These are caused by the Sun’s ultraviolet rays. Excessive exposure to the Sun can also cause acne to develop.

Causes: Inability of your skin to repair itself when damaged as you age. Your injuries take longer to heal and your skin becomes vulnerable to infections and diseases.

Solution: Protect yourself from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the Sun.

6. Open/large pores

The openings on your skin surface normally keep your skin healthy. During youth, the top of your pores is tight. As you age, your pores open up, depriving you of a youthful appearance. Open pores refer to the enlargement of the pores on your skin on any part of your body.

Causes: Excessive exposure to environmental factors as you age.

Solution: Cosmetic solutions are available for you

7. Dull skin

Shinagawa Aesthetics explains that as you age, your cell turnover slows down. The top layer of your skin becomes dull and loses its glow.

Causes: Air conditioning, wind, high temperature and exposure to environmental pollutants cause your skin to dry and feel tight.

Solution: Anti-aging treatments

We can most certainly help you fight signs of aging effectively! Our doctors are built for that. Schedule a consultation!

Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 7-368 5238 l (+63) 917 862 7454 l (+63) 921 217 0517 for inquiries, appointments, or talk to our consultants via LiveChat here on our website.

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