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From around the age of 26 the first symptoms of ageing start to become visible on the skin. Fine lines emerge first and wrinkles, a loss of volume and a loss of elasticity become visible over the term. Our skin ages for plenty of different reasons. Many of the causes of skin ageing are completely natural and cannot be changed. There are, though, multiple factors that can create the skin to age prematurely, and these can be influenced. Your skin changes with age. It develops thinner, loses fat, and no longer looks as plump and soft as it once did. Your veins and bones can be viewed more clearly. Scratches, cuts, or bumps can take longer to heal. Years of sun tanning or being out in the sunlight for a lengthy time may cause wrinkles, dryness, age spots, and even cancer. But, there are some things you can do to defend your skin and to make it feel and look better.

Everything You Need to Know


There are several factors that lead to the ageing of the skin. Some of them are as follows - 


1. Sun: 

The sun’s rays are the main external cause of skin ageing via oxidative stress. Skin damage caused by the sun is known as photo-ageing and uneven pigmentation is mostly one of the first appearing signs. And it’s not just prolonged UV exposure that causes skin damage; everyday exposure to the sun affects skin too.

2. Pollution:

Exposure to pollution, most commonly in cities, can trigger the release of skin-damaging free radicals. Pollution also worsens the effects of sun exposure accelerating oxidative stress.

3. Smoking:

The chemicals and nicotine contained in cigarettes are responsible for an upsurge in the number of free radicals in the skin. Like pollution, they intensify the effects of sun exposure leading to oxidative stress.

4. Inappropriate Skin Care: 

Skin will age more quickly if it is poorly cared for or if you use products that irritate the skin. Thorough cleansing using gentle products appropriate for the skin type, together with the regular application of care products targeted at the skin’s primary concern, will help to care for the skin. Effective sun protection is key to preventing premature skin ageing.


1. Hormonal Influences:

Decreasing levels of estrogen (instruction giving hormones) result in reduced messaging between the cells.

2. Poor Blood Supply:

Poorer blood supply to the skin means the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to the skin’s surface is impeded. The radiance that is a feature of young skin fades, and skin becomes duller.

3. Genetics:

Genetics play a key role in how skin ages. The phototype and skin type we are born with making a difference in how quickly signs of ageing appear on the skin’s surface. 



There are multiple treatments to correct premature signs of ageing that depend on your skin type, the severity of the problem, and the region that needs to be treated. The dermatologist after a thorough diagnosis of your condition will suggest which treatment method works best for you.

However, it is important to combine them with a healthy diet and regular exercise for the best results. Some treatments are:

Anti Wrinkle Injection Treatment

Cellulite Treatment

Chemical Peeling

Derma Roller

Dermal Filler

Fat Reduction Non-Surgical

Mesotherapy Treatment

No Needle Mesotherapy

PRP For Facial Rejuvenation

Skin Polishing

Thread Veins Over Face And Body

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