Skin Ageing and Wrinkles

Wrinkles are basically transformative changes in the skin as a result of automatic stresses giving thrust on lax and excessive skin. Wrinkles are formed when we lose some skin and this process is called skin aging.

In simple worlds wrinkles are creases or bends in the skin forming folds. They are the sign of our age and they become more visible with age. Basically they are the symbol of our natural aging system.
As we grow older our skin becomes less elastic and thinner. Since our skin loses its natural elasticity it also looses the strength of protecting it.
As a human tendency we always wish to look younger than our actual age so we spend lacs of rupees to protect ourselves from skin ageing and wrinkle formation.
We assure you that you do not need to spend a huge amount of money to protect your skin from ageing. Since aging is a natural process, the nature itself is the true protector of your skin. Vedas Cure has developed a very unique herbal and natural package which protects your skin from aging and wrinkle formation. Just keep in mind that the cosmetic products available in the market are enemies and destroyer of your skin. They beautify your skin temporarily but destroy it permanently. So what your need is to “just avoid the cosmetic and artificial skin and beauty product” and start using the natural, herbal and organic composition for a permanent natural wrinkle-free skin.

Wrinkles specially affect the part of the body which are most exposed to the sun such as the backs of your hands, face and neck etc.
The most scientific analysis of Skin Aging and Wrinkle formations.

In the picture you can see that our skin is made of three layers epidermis, dermis and hypodermis. The upper layer is called epidermis, the middle layer is called dermis and the inner layer is called the hypodermis.
The process of wrinkle formation starts from the second layer called dermis. This layer contains the structural elements of the skin which provide the strength and elasticity to the skin. These structural elements are called collagen and elastin which are mostly proteins.
As we grow up the division of cells become slow, the dermis become weaker and as a result the network of collagen and elastin fibers starts to loosen which further cause depressions in the form of wrinkles on the face. The dermis layer is composed of more than 80% collagen and as we grow up the production of collagen becomes slower and slower. The skin loses its elasticity.

Let’s see the effects of wrinkles at different age stages at different parts of the face.

  • At the age of 30, the nasolabial creases generally known as smile lines, become more prominent and visible.
  • At the age of 40, forehead lines and wrinkles appear and become prominently visible.
  • At the age of 50, the wrinkles start to appear where the upper and the lower eyelids meet (Outer Corner) and this is the time when the skin folds start to develop around mouth and neck.
  • At the age of 60 or more it can be seen that the eyes appear much smaller due to the folded skin around them. It happens because most of the fat is absorbed around the chin and cheeks.

The aging process further continues on and the skin becomes more sagging and wrinkles envelope the face all around.