There are some usual and traditionally known aging signs that we are all on the lookout for. These include frown lines, laugh lines, crow’s feet, and under-eye swelling. But there are some more delicate signs of aging that we may miss. And if these appear before a certain age they may be symptoms of more problematic issues.
Muscle or tissue loss can lead to an individual’s hands looking gaunt. The process is really slow so unless carefully observed a person may not even be aware of losing mass from their hands or face. One of the simplest measures of rectifying this issue is using topical hyaluronic acid because tissue loss occurs when the production of natural hyaluronic acid in the body dwindles. Hyaluronic acid can absorb more than five hundred times its weight in water so it can greatly help rejuvenate muscle and restore skin thickness.
One of the first unusual signs of aging is sunspots. Well, these aren’t really unusual since people have them quite often. What is unusual is if you start seeing them before your thirties. What really are sunspots anyway? Sunspots are flat brown areas on your skin that appear when you spend a lot of time in the sun. They basically show how much the sun has damaged the skin so naturally, they affect fair-skinned people more than their darker counterparts. The most common way to deal with sunspots is through chemical peels since they burn away the outermost sun-stained layer of skin. The glycolic peel is the most favored. Some also use cryotherapy (freezing of the stained skin) and dermabrasions (sloughing outer skin off) to treat these spots along with the glycolic acid peel.
Your eyes change shape
As you age your bones start moving inward. This change is most noticeable at the corners of your eyes. Meaning you’ll notice them looking more horizontal than their usual rounded shape.
One possible way to reduce this damage is by using eye creams regularly and start taking vitamin C orally as well as applying it topically on a regular basis. Vitamin C triggers collagen production which can provide additional support to sagging skin and bones. This symptom is common enough in middle-aged people. Many of them get the thread lift to correct their eye shape. But if you are seeing these signs in your twenties or even early thirties, it is best to get a checkup to determine bone health as it may be symptomatic of osteoporosis.
Your skin is Itchy
Your skin gradually loses its ability to retain moisture as it ages. Pores widen and skin becomes thin and wrinkled. Dehydrated skin is often itchy and can turn flakey. Try keeping your skin hydrated as often as you can. Regular hydra facials after the age of 30 can help keep your skin plump and moisturized. Applying petroleum jelly after moisturizer is a good way of keeping moisture locked in the skin while you sleep. It ensures you don’t suffer from nighttime moisture loss
In the end, it does well to remember that you can age with grace or choose to delay getting older for a while. Such is the miracle of science and technology today. But there is decidedly no shame in either. It’s only a matter of personal choice. Good cheekbones and a sharp jawline can all be achieved with thread lift and hifu treatment. Fine lines and wrinkles can be dealt with radiofrequency skin tightening. If you take care of these aging signs, as shown above, you can maintain the good health of your skin for a long time. Especially if you…
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