Do you look older than you actually are? Now look at yourself in the mirror and see if you have some of these signs below:
1. You’ve got sun spots
Skin aging is going to happen—but lifestyle and environmental factors can make you appear older than you are. As we enter our 30s, we begin to see the cumulative impact of sun damage, including sun spots. So avoid direct sunlight, ladies.
2. Your skin is extremely dry
When you’re a teen you worry about oily skin, but as your skin ages, you may encounter the opposite problem. The sun, smoking, and even stress can contribute to this breakdown, she says.
3. You’ve noticed crow’s feet
These fine lines around your eyes may be the first sign that your skin is starting to age early. As we age, cell renewal begins to slow, the skin’s outermost stratum corneum thickens, and elastin fibers in the dermis fall into disarray.
4. Wrinkles are starting to appear
If you’re starting to suddenly notice wrinkles that weren’t there before, remember you are what you eat—or your skin is, according to recent research, there is some very compelling evidence about how diet can stave off wrinkles.
5. You’ve noticed puffy, dark eyes
Do you notice that the skin around your eyes is very delicate, it’s prone to change and may start to look older with heavy eyelids, puffiness, and darkness underneath. That is because our superficial fat pads tend to separate as we age and cause the undereye puffiness to become more pronounced.
6. You’re getting tiny little bumps
This is one of those skin conditions that look like acne but aren’t. Tiny white or flesh-colored bumps called milia are caused by buildup from sun damage or harsh face products. Milia are small cysts filled with a protein called keratin, and form as a result of the skin’s localized inability to exfoliate naturally.
7. Your cheeks are sagging
If you feel like you’ve begun to take on a hollow appearance, it might be because you’re losing fat below your skin. This layer of fat supports and cushions the skin, giving us our plump, youthful contours—however, as we mature, we lose volume in this layer.
8. You’ve lost your “glow”
As the rate at which cells rejuvenate slows, your face loses radiance and can make you look less youthful.
9. You look exhausted
According to studies, a haggard appearance can be caused by an unlikely culprit: sugar. Sugar impacts your skin through myriad pathways in the body, such as spiking insulin and inflammation!
10. Your skin has a papery texture
Even though you’re not yet elderly, prematurely aging skin may start to look as thin as your grandmother’s. Two things contribute to that fragile, paper-like texture that develops on the skin. First, levels of calcium, which is critical for keeping the skin firm, drop as our skin matures. Second, the pH of the skin climbs.
How To Get Rid Of It & Make Your Skin Looks 10 Years Younger
First, you need to know what type of your skin so you know how to treat them because every skin type has different treatments and products. You can do online consultation here, or you can just come into our store and have consultation with our beauty experts and get treatments that actually works for you with our therapists that are the best in class service experts. click here to make an appointment