From infancy to old age, serious changes are taking place in our skin. Smooth and tender in a child, to old age it becomes dry and covered with a network of wrinkles.
It is very important to protect the skin from an early age and take care of it properly.
When the baby is still small, do not forgetPut on his headdress. It is especially important to take care of the skin at a time when the sun's rays have the greatest effect on the skin (usually this time is from 10 am to 4 pm).
In adolescence, due to the increaseAndrogen on the face appear acne and pimples, so you need to use the means to remove them. Girls in these years often visit the solarium, which is more dangerous to the skin than the sun. Staying in a solarium for 15-30 minutes is equivalent to being on the beach all day. In addition, tanning lamps emit long waves that penetrate the skin deeper than sunlight. This makes the skin more vulnerable to sun exposure and increases the risk of developing skin cancer.
At the age of 20-30 the skin is still elastic and young, butThe aging process is already beginning. Reduces the amount of collagen produced, which makes the skin supple. It's time to start skin care, if before you did not. Regularly wash your face with a mild detergent designed for your skin type, and apply a moisturizing or nourishing cream. Do not forget to use scrubs and masks.
During pregnancy, some women areLarge production of melanin develops pigmentation, and as a result, on the face and hands appear dark spots. They disappear within a few months after the birth of the child. In addition, 90% of women have stretch marks on the body, which do not pass by themselves. The use of creams and lotions containing alpha hydroxyl acids will help to cope with this problem.
At the onset of menopause, hair may appearon the face. This is due to hormonal changes, in which the amount of androgen hormone increases. The pores on the skin become larger, and it itself is drier due to the lack of collagen. An additional estrogen in the form of tablets and cream will help.
Older people often appearHarmless age spots, but some of them can be precursors of skin cancer. Older people are more sensitive to skin diseases, such as herpes zoster, ulcers on the legs, seborrheic dermatitis, a rash on the skin. The skin easily splits, bruises often appear on it. Another common problem is itching. Taking medications that dilute blood, and also prednisone and other steroids makes the skin even thinner. Sun protection and emollients, especially those containing lactic acid, will help protect the old skin.