What Are the Signs of Getting Older?

What Are the Signs of Getting Older?

Some of the first signs of aging are visible in our skin and hair.

Fine lines and wrinkles, particularly around the lips and eyes, are one of the earliest indicators of aging in both men and women. They happen when the elastin and collagen fibers in our skin break down, making our skin lose its firmness and elasticity.

Another indicator of aging-associated with skin changes is dullness, caused by reduced moisture levels in the skin’s top layers as we age. In addition, as you reach middle age, you may start noticing other skin changes such as uneven skin tone, imperfections, reddish or brown age spots, visible pores, or dry skin.


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