Natural approach for a bright and younger look
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Skin is our largest and most visible organ, and hence requires a little extra care and indulging. Being the major barrier that protects the body from water loss and microbial infections the skin experiences the most notable signs of aging, including drying, thinning, wrinkles, age spots and skin tags (1, 2) (Figure 1). While chronological ageing is inevitable, premature ageing due to physiological, environmental, behavioural, and social processes can be regulated (3). Chronological aged skin shows laxity, wrinkles, loss in elasticity, general reduction in fibroblasts, collagen, elastin and their organization. In contrast, photoageing induces irregular pigmentation-freckles, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and rigid and thick skin (4).
The skin exposed to environmental pollutants, stress ... ...