At the age of 30, the skin ages to accelerate, the body's collagen is lost, the metabolism rate is weakened, the skin aging is aggravated, and dry, fine lines, sagging, dark circles, eye bags, sagging skin, wrinkles around the eyes and other skin problems begin to appear.
The skin around the eyes is particularly soft and thin, and there are many wrinkles, so the skin around the eyes evaporates faster; at the same time, the sweat glands and sebaceous glands in the skin around the eyes are less distributed, especially dry and dehydrated. These factors determine where the eye is most prone to aging and cause problems. Generally, since the age of 25, the skin around the eyes begins to go downhill, and there are problems such as dark circles, crow's feet, bags under the eyes, granulation, and edema. Therefore, prevention and care are very important.
If a person almost does not touch the sun, her skin will also be very good even if in his 60-year-old, until about 80 years old, will begin to have the traces of aging. So the original we are most concerned about the age of growth will not cause wrinkles, in fact, the impact is negligible! Specifically, the real culprit is ultraviolet light in the sun, where short-wave ultraviolet (UVB) can cause sunburn, and UVA (UVA) lead skin aging.