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Aging is an inevitable part of life that affects everyone. It is a natural part of the body’s process that occurs over time when the body’s cells become less active and efficient. This process leads to various changes, including signs of skin aging.


Accumulation of defects at the molecular level gradually leads to changes in external appearance, such as spots, wrinkles and dilated blood vessels on the face. But everything we eat or don’t eat, drink or don’t drink affects the appearance and health of our skin. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to your diet and lifestyle to protect your skin from the signs of aging.


  • From the age of 25, the renewal of cells of the stratum corneum of the skin slows down. The rate of collagen and elastin production decreases, which means that the skin becomes less elastic and fine lines begin to form under the eyes. Therefore, from this age it is important to start paying attention to your skin health and start using suitable skin care products.


  • From the age of 35-50, aging becomes more noticeable. The skin often becomes thinner, drier, facial contours are deformed, and the skin’s ability to retain moisture deteriorates. During this period, damaged collagen and elastin accumulate, the amount of hyaluronic acid decreases and cell regeneration slows down. These changes can be seen on the face, where spots, wrinkles and dilated blood vessels appear.


  • After the age of 50, the skin is affected by the approach (or presence) of menopause, and the hormonal background changes significantly. This can lead to even more wrinkling and the skin can become even thinner and look “withered”. The thickness of the dermis and epidermis decreases, and a feeling of dryness and itching may occur. Moisturizers can be used to help maintain skin elasticity and moisture and maintain proper moisture levels in the skin.


  • When a person reaches the age of 70 and beyond, the skin has already experienced many changes. A thickened stratum corneum and the bottom of the skin are fatty tissues that give the skin a yellowish tint. Loss of elasticity and wrinkling become more noticeable and wrinkles may appear. However, even if we can’t prevent age-related changes, it’s important to maintain a proper skin care regimen to help maintain healthy and glowing skin.

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