The Phenotypes of Aging Facial Skin

The clinical signs of aging facial is commonly described and treated based on three general anatomical locations. The upper face has many interrelated components, including the hair, forehead, glabellar area (the space between the eyebrows), the temple, eyebrows and eyes. … Continue reading

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Age-Related Changes in Facial Skin Contours and Rheology

Topography of the skin surface is a mirror of the functional skin status. Surface roughness is an important criterion for assessing the health status of the skin. Changes in roughness occur, among other things, in the case of congenital keratinization … Continue reading

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Scientists Identified Genes Involved In Various Skin Aging Mechanisms/Processes

Using scientific advances that have recently emerged from the Human Genome Project, skin scientists are beginning to gain a deeper understanding of the genes involved in the skin aging process. Gene chip technology can measure the signals sent out by … Continue reading

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Structural, Histological And Clinical Changes In Chronologic Aged Skin And Photoaged Skin

Many of facial skin aging changes are not the inevitable result of chronologic aging, but with the accumulation of chronic environmental factors. The structural (molecular, cellular), histological changes and the clinical signs associated with intrinsic (chronological aging) and photoaging are … Continue reading

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Facial Wrinkle Lines And Anatomy of Facial Muscles

The complex group of facial muscles are related to the facial lines that are caused by the contraction of and/or the repeated movement of facial muscles. Combined with the aging factors which result in the loss of skin elasticity and … Continue reading

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What Exactly Constitutes A Wrinkle?

A wrinkle is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. Different intrinsic and external factors cause the development of a wrinkle. Biochemical and histological studies has revealed the pathogenesis of wrinkles. Significant biochemical changes contributed to the formation of … Continue reading

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The Histological Changes And The Clinical Features That Characterize Chronological Skin Aging and PhotoAging

The chronological skin aging is driven by the genetic programming – the programmed aging process that also makes the hair white and makes the teeth fall -. When the natural aging process is superimposed with photodamage, the skin ages much … Continue reading

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Facial lines and wrinkles

Facial lines and wrinkles source: dermnetnz.org Ageing skin droops and develops wrinkles, lines and furrows. The severity of these changes in an individual depends on genetic tendency, skin phototype and exposure to environmental factors. Dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons often use … Continue reading

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