What Makes Us Look Older?
Do you feel skin changes like dryness and sagginess, wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, changes in skin tone, or hyperpigmentation? Contact Ageless 3.0 to rejuvenate your skin. Unit 307, 1192 Lansdowne Drive, Coquitlam, BC V3E 1J7. For more information, contact us or request an appointment online.
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It is no secret that youth and beauty go hand-in-hand; many people wish to enhance their beauty by seeking out anti-aging treatments that can achieve a younger-looking appearance. These treatments often involve reducing the appearance of common signs of aging, such as wrinkles, age spots, fine lines, discolorations, and saggy or loose skin. Although people have been trying to stop aging or reverse its effects, it is an inevitable, continual process of life that affects everyone.
The effects of aging are ineluctable; there is no escape from its grasp. However, while we are all susceptible to developing the signs of aging at some point, there are a number of things that can make us look older, even when we are still young and sprightly. Genetics, smoking, and unhealthy eating are just a few of the factors that can add years to your appearance, but there are many more variables involved in an aged appearance.
People often think the things that make them look older are things like wrinkles or gray hair. But there are other things, too, such as how much we weigh (as weight tends to accumulate with age), how we compose ourselves, how we talk, and even based on experience.
Many things, such as what we eat and how much we exercise, can actually have a major impact on how we look, especially when it comes to our skin. With age, people develop more wrinkles in their skin, meaning that the skin appears to have more folds and creases. This is because the skin becomes less elastic as people age, and the skin’s natural ability to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on its own is therefore more difficult.
Many factors play a role in the apparent age of a person’s face, such as the amount of wrinkles (and their depth and width), the amount of gray or white hair, skin discolorations such as age spots, thin skin, and sagging or loose skin. Because muscle mass decreases and bone density reduces with age, a thin or frail appearance may contribute to an aged countenance.
Aging is an ongoing process that takes place throughout every stage of life. Changes to facial structure and complexion occur during adolescence, making a child appear more like a young adult. As for reaching old age, the most significant facial changes take place when a person is in their 40s or 50s; however, these changes can start occurring as early as the 30s.
The seven main signs of aging include:
• Fine lines and wrinkles
• Dullness of skin
• Uneven skin tone
• Dry skin
• Blotchiness and age spots
• Rough skin texture
• Visible pores
There are a number of ways you can stop your face from looking older, many of which you can find at medical spas like Ageless 3.0! The treatments or procedures that will best work for you will depend on a number of factors, including your desired results, the severity of the skin concerns being addressed, and your personal medical history. These individualized treatments ensure that you will get the most out of each session and look younger and more rejuvenated!
If you are concerned about signs of aging, come to Ageless 3.0 for our anti-aging treatments! Contact us today or book an online appointment with our anti-aging specialist, or visit our clinic conveniently located at Unit 307, 1192 Lansdowne Drive, Coquitlam, BC V3E 1J7. We serve patients from Coquitlam BC, Vancouver BC, Anmore BC, Port Moody BC, Surrey BC, New Westminster BC, Meadows, BC Burnaby BC, and Belcarra BC. We look forward to serving you!