As we age, we all have the same skin problems. Today there is a wide range of products on the market that claim to have the solution to your skin aging problems, but apparently some of these products only cover the damage caused. In fact, most anti-aging products, such as some hyper-agitated creams, do nothing to rejuvenate the skin and do not work as they claim. With that, let me share the most common skin problems and solutions.
Wrinkles. Today, almost all anti-aging products available on the market are targeting this most common skin aging problem. These wrinkles are basically caused by two things, exposure to the harmful UV rays of the sun and smoking. The good thing is that you can actually prevent these things from happening. You can use sunscreen when you go out or, better yet, you can simply avoid spending a lot of time in the sun. Quitting, eating a healthy diet, lots of water, and regular exercise can also help prevent wrinkles.
Dry skin. As we age, dry skin and itching tend to become more "chronic". The reason is that as people get older, the sweat and oily glands in our skin become exhausted, resulting in dry skin and all the associated problems, such as itching. To treat this, you can use moisturizers such as creams, oils and lotions all over your body to prevent you from drying out. You can also avoid using too much soap and avoid taking too many baths. Once a day is enough, but if you have to bathe more than once a day, it is essential to adjust the temperature of your water. Keep warm water at all times. These treatments only relieve the symptoms, but do not really solve the problem of dry skin because there is no permanent treatment for it.
Age spots. Age spots are small flat and brown marks caused by unprotected exposure to the sun. They usually appear on the face and other areas of the body most exposed to the sun. Some anti-aging facial treatments can reduce age spots, but you can use sunscreen every day to prevent further damage.
Skin cancer. People, especially white people over the age of 65, tend to develop skin cancer at least once in their lifetime. Since most skin cancers are easy to treat, it is therefore very important that your dermatologist be regularly examined by a dermatologist.