Try as some might, we can't stop ageing—and this more visible on the surface of our largest organ, the skin. Why does skin appear to age so rapidly? As we grow older, skin cells regenerate more slowly, making it difficult for the epidermis to repair itself. We also produce fewer hormones with age, which thins skin, leaving it more vulnerable to damage. What's more, oil-producing glands become less active, resulting in dry, fragile tissue. These effects are exacerbated by environmental conditions such as ultraviolet (UV) radiation, which harms skin proteins and accelerates the visible signs of aging, including age spots, pigmentation, saggy skin, wrinkles, skin tags, hair loss and weight gain.
Skin ageing, like most physiological phenomena, is the result of many things. "But only about 20 to 30 percent of the process is genetically determined . So there's more you can do to control it than you might have thought.
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