Does Dry Skin = More Wrinkles?
It may be the tales of fish wives, but for years many women have believed that oily or combination skin results in fewer wrinkle. Is this true? Do those with dry skin suffer lines from an earlier age? And what are the solutions?
Nobody really likes wrinkles and they are the sure fire way to make someone look older, despite that persons actual age.
Those who suffer with dry skin could be prone to more wrinkles as the skin is dehydrated, looses moisture and as time moves on less collagen is produced. This would make the skin sag and not plump out as it would have in our younger years. As we age, skin becomes thinner and this causes lines and furrows to appear around the eyes and forehead.
Dry skin can produce premature wrinkles on skin. Those who suffer from dry skin will tend to have wrinkles appear before those with normal or oily skin. Sun damage also increases the appearance of fine lines, as well as smoking and an unhealthy lifestyle.
What are the solutions?
We are lucky enough to live in an age full of choice and no longer do we need to put up and shut up.
From basic creams and wonder products found on the high street, to cosmetic surgery, the other end of the scale. Those products and treatments that lie in between, provide results which are natural and lasting.
Non-invasive treatment can erase fine lines and furrows, resulting in the smooth youthful complexion you desire.
Certain treatments can also re-plump your face, so if you were famous in your day for amazing cheekbones, but time has seemed to make then disappear, non-invasive treatments can re-create the shape of your face that attracted many admirers.
If you do have dry skin, the best prevention from an early age is the use of rich moisturisers both day and night.