Skin aging is a natural, gradual and cumulative process, so that can be divided into four distinct stages, each with a very characteristic signs, and more and more patents:

Stage I (before age 30). the first surface signs, as the beginning of the loss ofluminosity and the first appearance of fine lines and small wrinkles appear.

Stage II (30-40). the first superficial signs are accentuated and start other deeper, so that expression lines are more pronounced and wrinkles, a little deeper, especially thenasolabial folds. A step in which the loss of dermal density (thickness), elasticity,firmness and tone is also initiated.

Stage III (40-50). a significant slowdown of cell renewal is given, as well as a slower pace and self-healing activity, which causes the skin to reduce two percent collagen content and present one percent thinner each year. It also marked the start forehead wrinkles; nasolabial folds deepen and begin to perceive and develop crow’s feet.

Stage IV (after 50) Age 50 +. The skin becomes thinner each, flabby and rough time, the face appears less oval and there is greater sagging, highlighting, among other areas, eyelids. A stage in which the imperfections and signs of aging are evident and difficult to combat, although it is not impossible, as we will have a chance to see.


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