Ageing skin can develop a variety of concerns, including: lines and wrinkles, loose skin, uneven texture, and age spots (also known as sun spots). Everyone will usually experience the effects of the ageing process on their complexion, with each person’s concerns appearing differently and at varying rates. These concerns may become visible when a person reaches their 30’s or 40’s, and can give the overall facial profile a tired-looking appearance which may also affect the definition of certain features.
Ageing skin changes both on the inside and on the outside. The intrinsic process sees the natural loss of collagen and elastin, which decreases at a rate of around 1- 1.5% per year. As a result the internal structure loses volume and elasticity, causing the outer layers of the skin to become weak and less able to bounce back to its original form. Collagen also assists in the production of hyaluronic acid, which is essential in maintaining adequate levels of hydration in the skin. This is when the complexion can then become dry on the outside, which may also become rough in texture.
Sun exposure can play a big part in the rate at which ageing skin develops, as UV rays can damage skin cells and assist in the breakdown of collagen and elastin. Melanin gives the skin its distinct colouring, but the body can produce extra melanin as a way of creating a protective barrier for the skin. The damage that sun exposure causes to the skin’s cells, along with the overproduction of melanin over time, results in the development of darker patches forming on the skin – known as hyperpigmentation.
As the ageing process can begin when a person is in their 20’s, starting a good skin care regime at this time can help to maintain your skin’s health. This routine should also include the application of a high SPF to protect the skin from the harmful effects of UV rays.
The Facebible works to create a bespoke treatment plan that focuses on increasing collagen production and tightening loose / lax skin. Lasers, microneedling and doctor-led injectables can address the concerns related to ageing skin and produce optimal results. A personalised skin consultation with the use of VISIA skin analysis can identify the conditions that the skin is developing. Our experts can then recommend the best treatment, based on the individual’s specific concerns.
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