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At What Age Does The Skin Start To Get Wrinkles And Crowsfeet
Onset of wrinkles: Wrinkles form naturally over time and are influenced by exposure to sun, smoking, sleeping habits (bunching of skin for long durations), genetics, and repetitive & habitual muscle activity under the skin (like squinting). Spf, sunglasses, good skincare, no smoking, laser therapy, and Botox all can help prevent wrinkles. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Skin aging: Intrinsic aging is the natural aging process that takes place over the years regardless of outside influences. After the age of 20, a person produces about 1 percent less collagen in the skin each year. As a result, the skin becomes thinner and more fragile with age. There is also diminished functioning of the sweat and oil glands, less elastin production, and less gag formation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is DIY facial mask from lemon,coconut oil and baking soda safe for skin?Will it damage or age skin or cause wrinkles to get worse?
Why waste your money: Not dangerous but also a waste of time and money. Don't be a sucker. ...Read more
I'm 52 have age spots and starting to get lines around my mouth and wrinkles under my eyes. I have oily skin?
The skin on my forearms is becoming loose/wrinkled. I'm 51. Female. Is this normal at my age? I have lost 25 lbs last yr.
Skin: As we get older the skin loses it's elasticity(what keeps the skin tight). When we have a large weight loss, the skin may not be able to contract back to it's original state. If it's on the forearm, may consider some ultrasound/laser procedures for skin tightening. The other option is surgery which will leave a large and obvious scar. ...Read more
I've read that plumping anti aging creams can actually cause wrinkles as the skin expands and once the cream is stopped these would be noticed? True?
Yes, limit sun: By limiting sun exposure, not smoking and eating foods reach in antioxidants you can slow the process. Topical tretinoin and /or vitamin c can stimulate new collagen. This approach will slow the process of aged skin.For existing damage you can have a peel, laser or il treatments. ...Read more
Botox is proven safe: Botox (botulinum toxin) has a proven track record for safety. It works by preventing the muscle movement which creates wrinkles. If you stop using botox, it will stop working. Therefore, then the wrinkle creation process will continue. If you use Botox regularly, you can reduce wrinkle formation. There is no "rebound" or "bounce back" if you try Botox and then stop using it. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers