From as early as 25 years old, our skin begins to sag and lose its density, creating wrinkles and furrows, mostly on the face, neck, décolleté and hands, showing signs of ageing. Other external factors, such as sun, stress, tobacco, and pollution, can accelerate the appearance of wrinkles.
Over time, the face loses firmness and tonicity, the nasolabial folds (laugh lines) become deeper and the eyelids become droopy. The skin gradually stretches, leading to a sagging within the face. Lack of sleep and tobacco use are also factors that blemish the skin as venous and lymphatic microcirculation slows, and toxins build up. Skin then loses its radiance and the complexion becomes dull.