Our skin can improve with age, in some ways.
The skin becomes less oily as it ages, says Dermatologist Julie Karen, M.D. The glands of the skin simply produce less oil. If you are someone who has suffered with acne since the teen years, this is great news. As the oil declines so does the acne.
Believe it our not, wrinkles can be an asset to aging skin, say some dermatologists. If you require surgery, like skin cancer, the wrinkle can make it easier to hide the scar.
Regardless of efforts or techniques, the skin will change with age. Wrinkles and sagging will happen. The skin’s outer layer will become thinner, allowing, bruising and chilling to occur much easier. The best two things a person can do to help preserve the skin are, protect it from ultraviolet rays (sun light) by wearing a high-quality sunscreen year-around, and stay hydrated to keep the skin’s elasticity.