As you age, your skin undergoes progressive changes:
The cells divide more slowly, and the inner layer of skin (the dermis) starts to thin.
Fat cells beneath the dermis begin to shrink. In addition, the ability of the skin to repair itself decreases with age, so wounds heal more slowly.
The thinning skin becomes vulnerable to injuries and damage. The deeper layer of the skin, which provides scaffolding for the surface skin layers, loosens and unravels.
Skin then loses its elasticity (ability to stretch). When pressed, it no longer springs back to its initial position. Instead, older skin sags and forms furrows.
The sweat- and oil-secreting glands atrophy (waste away), leaving the skin without a protective layer of water and fat. The skin's ability to stay moisturized then decreases, and it becomes dry and scaly. Frown lines (those between the eyebrows) and crow's feet (lines that spread from the corners of the eyes) appear to develop because of permanent small muscle contractions.
Habitual facial expressions also form characteristic lines. Gravity makes the situation worse, contributing to the formation of jowls and drooping eyelids. This is a free version ebook containing skin treatment recipes, order full version of ebook with the same and much more recipes.
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