Sure, we all age, but it’s what we do during the process (of living) that ultimately shows up on our face (and skin). It’s what you do now that will make the difference in how your skin reflects you, tomorrow.
In today’s health conscious environment, much time and money are spent on wellness. It’s no surprise that there are hundreds of different esthetic and cosmetic treatments, products and new trends also making wellness claims. For someone seriously considering what to do about how their skin looks feels and represents them, this just muddies the waters.
As we continue to age, we lose the elasticity in our skin -- there's less firmness. Collagen production dwindles, lines and wrinkles begin making greater statements in our appearance, and our skin begins to sag. Some of the issues of aging most often discussed in our consultations focus on what to do about wrinkling and sagging skin. Laxity of the brow, crow’s feet, laugh lines, and sagging skin on the neck and jowls are at the top the list of concerns.
Have you ever looked in the mirror first thing in the morning and notice a crow’s foot that you could swear was not there last night? It seems like these changes happen suddenly, but in actuality, they are continually and constantly happening. Let’s look at how the skin ages and what you can do to slow it down and preserve that youthful glow.
Ok. You’ve starting to see some wrinkling in your face!
Like around your eyes, across your forehead, and around your mouth. Mostly, these are due to expressions we make (smiling, frowning, laughing) naturally. This is really to be expected as we age. Although, deeper more prominent wrinkles are preventable. In this blog, we’ll talk about some chief culprits that lead to wrinkling, how to prevent and protect your skin.
Susan Melching, CPCP, CIDESCO
Who doesn’t want to have smooth, clear, youthful-looking, beautiful and glowing skin that radiates?
One of best ways to take care of your skin and to help you maximize your natural beauty is a professional facial skin treatment.