Transcript of "Aging : When the skin becomes more demanding"
Aging - When The Skin Becomes More Demanding
Aging - State and Conditions Of Skin• Conditions and state of the skin remain changes several times in the course of our lives. In childhood the skin is usually fine and tender, tends to be rather greasy during teenage, young mature depending on the equipment dry, oily, or by the mixed skin type. But all these different skin types can be "challenging" in the course of life. "Sophisticated" or "mature" skin describes the terms elegant aging skin. The natural aging process can at some point: are any skins to the demanding, mature or atrophic skin. When the aging process is committed and the skin need, dry, sensitive - a Word is "demanding", depends on various factors.
The Speed of AgingEvery organism ages, because you cannot change unfortunately. The speed ofaging operations but varies from person to person. Especially early signs ofaging on the skin are visible. First age characters can occur twenty sometimeswith end. Already in this age the speed of cell division decreases and fades theregeneration ability of skin cells. The skin is then increasingly thin, red veinscan shine through more and more. You will lose elasticity, first wrinkles aroundthe eyes and in the discreet occur. The circulation of the skin and hence thesupply of oxygen and nutrients is worse.At the end of the thirtieth year of life begins the "maturation process" of theskin. Depending on the way of life, already deeper wrinkles and extensivewrinkles can conditionally caused by changes in the connective tissue. The skinrelief can be total coarser pores larger. In addition, the skin becomesdry, because the sebaceous glands produce less and less fat with age. Also theskin ability to bind moisture decreases. Dry skin tends often to feeling oftension, redness and itching. Mature, demanding skin is more sensitive andvulnerable as a juvenile or oily. It is also more prone to drying out eczema andinfections and tends increasingly to the formation of pigment spots.
The menopause (menopause,), in which most women betweenmid-coming forty and fifty Center have a particularly stronginfluence on the skin texture. The declining production of femalehormones leads to many changes in the female body, which expressthemselves in body and soul: the skin loses its elasticity; manywomen now also increasingly suffer from hair loss. Hotflashes, insomnia and depression affect psychological well-beingand the risk for osteoporosis and atherosclerosis is growing due tothe hormone deficiency. A drop of in estrogen levels is to blame forthese complaints. The production of the hormone in the ovariesdecreases between the age of 35 and 45. Already, at the beginningof menopause, the mirror is reduced even further.Menopause, women thus inevitably come in a hormonal deficiencystate. Already a few months after the beginning of menopausemany women notice that more wrinkles occur, decreases thefirmness of the skin and moisture and elasticity is lost. Alreadyshortly after the beginning of the menopause decreases thethickness of the skin, the blood circulation is poor, the skin appearspale and sallow.
Time Aging - Aging of the LightWhether the aging sooner or later uses, we part ourselves in thehand. Sunlight, poor nutrition and nicotine are factors that can berapidly age our skin.We differentiate between two types of skin aging:The aging of the time = intrinsic agingThe aging of the light = extrinsic aging.The ageing of the time describes the natural aging of the skin. Thisis usually relatively slowly. Causes of this intrinsic aging are inaddition to our genetic material especially so called free radicalsand hormone deficiency.
The ageing of the light, however, is the aging of the time with sevenmile boots ahead. You can notice that on your own body. Comparebody parts, rarely exposed the Sun, such as stomach and butt, withthe skin on the face and hands. You can find probably clear skindetermination. The UV light is responsible for the ageing of the lightto 90%. To a lesser extent, smoking, cold, wind, heat and otherenvironmental factors contribute to the acceleration of the aging ofthe skin. Light impaired skin can be with thirty years "challenging"and an appropriately intensive care need. The elastic and collagenfibers of connective tissue are damaged by years of exposure to sunrays. This weakening of the skins own "support structures" is amajor cause of the formation of wrinkles.Even outwardly differs in "intrinsically" from the "extrinsically" agedskin. The former is very thin, vulnerable, wrinkled and dry.Translucent tubes are typical of this thin and atrophic skin. Thelatter is thickened, limp, showing increased pigment changes andtends more to itching.
Smoking Makes Us Old FasterIn addition to sunlight, nicotine is the second main reason for theaccelerated extrinsic skin ageing. The skin of smokers looks generally olderthan the skin of non-smokers.Researchers from the United Kingdom now found the scientificexplanation for this: the skin of a smoker contains higher concentrationsof a certain protein that destroyed the supporting Collagen fibers in theconnective tissue. This lack of skin elasticity ages faster. Researchers haveobserved that smokers more wound healing disorders cause after plasticsurgery. As a result of bad skin condition of smokers, some clinics reject itwith heavy smokers who quit at least four weeks before surgery withsmoking, to conduct a plastic surgery.
Eating Properly Can Delay The Formation of WrinklesThe diet contributes to a large extent on the State of our skin. Nutrition seems tobe one of the secrets of a smooth, soft skin. Australian researchers have foundthat people who often eat fish, vegetables, legumes and low-fat dairyproducts, have fewer wrinkles. 453 People over 70 years were interviewed for thestudy, which was published in the magazine "New Scientist", after their eatinghabits. That was in addition amount and depth of wrinkles on the face and hands -in body areas that often are exposed the Sun - determined via photomicrography.The food ingredients seemed effective against wrinkles calcium, zinc, vitaminC, magnesium, phosphorus and iron accordingly.Study reveals that participants who frequently ate sweets, meat and butter, hadthe most wrinkles. Just as the people who often put out the Sun and smoked.
Light protectionSun is the biggest enemy of the smooth skin. Therefore a day carewith a high sun protection factor in the UV-B and UV-A is areaespecially for the demanding skin important.CareBy carefully to the type of skin care products, the signs of aging candelay or even reduce within certain limits. Rich products with high-quality active ingredients are particularly important for demandingskin. They should strengthen the barrier function, protect, smoothwrinkles, regenerating effect and "mending" influence on skindamage.Fruit acid productsIn particular the thickened by Sun and smoking a pre-aged skinspeaks off very well to treatment with fruit acids. The stratum layeris narrowed as a result; the skin becomes again brighter.
HormonesHormone deficiency state can speed up the formationof wrinkles! Workaround can create here anexceptionally, individually tailored gift of missinghormones by the gynecologists. The skin showsespecially good on a hormonal treatment when it isvery thin and vulnerable (intrinsically aged skin).VitaminsVarious vitamins are known in orthomolecularmedicine, which can delay the ageing of the skin. Thevitamins A and E are particularly important.
Vitamin A, the fountain of youth for skin:Vitamin A is important in particular of the cells of the skin for the normaldevelopment of tissues. It smoothes the skin and prevents dehydrationand dandruff. It also provides strong hair and nails. Vitamin A belongs tothe Group of the so called antioxidants because it can capture harmfulfree radicals in the body.Vitamin A is found in its biologically active form only in animal foods suchas egg yolks, milk, butter, fish oil and fish. The recommended daily amountof vitamin A is 0.8 to 1.8 mg.Beta carotene is a precursor of vitamin and is converted into the intestineto vitamin A. Beta carotene is included in almost all green, yellow andorange fruits and vegetables such as lambslettuce, broccoli, avocado, spinach, Zucchini, greencabbage, carrot, paprika, tomato, pumpkin, apricot, mango, melon, papaya, peach mushrooms and legumes.The recommended daily amount of beta carotene is higher than that forpure vitamin A and is 2 to 4 mg.
Vitamin E, the old-age protection: Vitamin E protects our body from the attack of so called "free radicals" caused by smoking, alcohol and UV rays. These aggressive substances are jointly responsible for that age cells and formations of wrinkles. Vitamin E provides sufficient moisture for the skin, making it smooth and supple and ensures a sufficient blood flow. In addition, it has a calming and anti-inflammatory effect. Vitamin E almost contains in most of the best wrinkle cream. Vitamin E is found in: cucumber (with skin), cauliflower, kale, spinach, zucchini (with skin), avocados, dates, nuts, mango, and in wheat germ oil, corn oil, safflower oil, sunflower oil, olive oil, grape seed oil, germs. The recommended daily requirement of vitamin E is 15 mg.• Don’t forget to http://www.wrinklecreamslab.com for more info.
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