As we get older, our skin undergoes a number of changes.
Wrinkles are the most visible sign of ageing skin. They follow chronic sun exposure and form when the skin loses its flexibility. Smokers tend to have more wrinkles than nonsmokers.
Facial movement lines, often known as “laugh lines” and “worry lines,” become more visible as the skin loses its elasticity (in your 40’s or 50’s). The lines may be horizontal on the forehead, vertical above the nose, or curved on the temples, upper cheeks, and around the mouth and eyes.
Dry and itching skin is a common problem among adults, especially with age. The loss of oil glands (which help to keep the skin soft) is the main cause of dry skin
Age spots: “Age spots” are brown patches that appear on sun-exposed parts of the body (face, hands, and forearms), usually during the adult years.