Aging and Wrinkles
Aging slow down cell regeneration process, making it lose its ability to hold on moisture, slow down healing and oil secretion process.
Sun Damage & Wrinkles
Getting too much sun damages your skin. That leads to wrinkles.
Facial Muscle Contractions
Lines between your eyebrows (frown lines) and lines jutting from the corner of your eyes (crow’s feet) are thought to result from facial muscle contractions.
Collagen and elastin give your skin its natural elasticity and keep it firm.
Elastin fibres inside the skin are proteins that help the skin “bounce back” from contracting into facial expressions and stretching, allowing it to return to its original smooth form. As you age, your body simply produces less collagen and elastin in the skin. As this happens, the impact of normal stretching and contraction from facial expressions and exposure to the elements is more permanent and sagging, as well as fine lines and wrinkles, are the results.