Aging Characteristics

Peak of the aging process is taking place in the age range 30 years and over, with a number of features such as:

Dry and Rough Skin (Xerosis cutis). This condition is characterized by redness, scales and cracks, caused by lack of skin fat and water content and the decrease of oil and sweat gland activity.
Wrinkles and Loose Skin (Wrinkle and Laxity). Skin looks rigid, inflexible and inelastic. It occurs due to changes and reduction in collagen fibers and elastic fibers that keep the skin elasticity.
There Dull skin and aging Form (pigmentation). Aging can be a form of black spots evenly (melasma) and local spots (freckles and Lentigo). This condition occurs such as due to reduced skin’s ability to release the old skin cells and replacing them with new skin cells.
Tumor-skin tumors. These tumors are classified as benign tumors, with the form of tiny spots on the skin (and seborrheic keratosis Actinic keratosis) as well as a yellowish fatty deposits around the eyes (Xantelasma). All three could appear as you age, due to exposure to sun or due to genetic factors., there are also lesions pre-cancer. Although the first 3 classified as benign, lesions pre-cancerous skin lesions (usually in the form of a mole that enlarges, bleeds easily with uneven black color and certain parts are more concentrated) should immediately consult a physician.