Why does your skin begin to wrinkle at a certain age? Are you wondering why you are aging at an early age? As you get older, your skin begins to wrinkle because your skin begins to lose its collagen and elasticity. There are two types of aging processes: intrinsic aging and extrinsic aging.
Intrinsic aging is the natural process of aging. After the age of 20, every year you produce one percent less collagen in the dermis. Collagen is a protein in the human body that allows it to hold the whole body together, and can be found in the skin, bones, muscles, and tendons. Ultimately as we age, we will begin to acquire wrinkles and our bones will begin to hurt. So why do you have wrinkles at such a young age?
Extrinsic aging is the abnormal process of aging. This is the result of harmful things entering your body from the “outside”. Receiving direct sunlight or UV light to get a tan can cause premature aging like wrinkles and sunspots. Smoking can also cause wrinkles and give you a dull, sallow complexion. Taking care of your skin is important if you want to avoid any signs of early aging.
Eat healthy, be healthy! Exercising regularly and eating vegetables and fruits can help prevent premature aging. Applying sunscreen and a moisturizer can allow your skin to feel rejuvenated and glowing. Using anti-aging creams with SBF and moisturizer ensures that your skin will be healthier, helping to reduce fine lines, making your skin smoother, and help keep you looking better than ever.