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Acne

Characterised by visible blackheads, whiteheads, redness and cysts, acne can occur at any age and can be unsightly and distressing for its sufferers.

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Acne Scars

Acne scars are caused when nodules or cysts burst, damaging the surrounding skin, and can also be caused by squeezing or picking your spots. This results in irregularities in the skin’s surface.

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Age Spots and Liver Spots

Age spots, also known as liver spots, are small dark patches which occur in sun-exposed areas of the skin.

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Ageing Neck

Sagging and crepey skin as well as wrinkles are just some of the tells of an ageing neck. These are caused by a decrease in collagen levels, which steadily starts declining from around the age of thirty.

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Crow’s Feet & Under Eye Wrinkles

The thin skin around our eyes is particularly prone to wrinkling, and crow’s feet (also known as laughter lines) and under eye wrinkles are a common sign of ageing.

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Excess Hair

Excess hair can be caused by genetic or hormonal factors, and can be embarrassing and inconvenient when it’s unwanted.

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Excess Sweating

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, may occur all over the body or be limited to particular areas such as the armpits or hands – and it can affect day-to-day activities.

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Excess Fat

A person may accumulate excess fat anywhere on their body, but certain areas are notoriously difficult to shed fat from. The hips, inner thighs, lower belly, armpits, chin and face can all be tricky areas for fat loss.

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Facial Fat

A person may accumulate excess fat anywhere on their body, but facial fat may be genetic and is notoriously difficult to reach through diet and exercise.

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Frown Lines

Frown lines, or forehead lines, occur as a result of skin thinning, sun damage and repetitive expressions over the years. They can be exacerbated by lifestyle choices, but are a natural consequence of ageing.

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Fatigue

Vitamin deficiencies, lack of quality sleep and lifestyle factors can lead to persistent fatigue.

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Hyperpigmentation

Uneven pigmentation (colouring) of the skin occurs when melanin production is stimulated in the cells, often as a result of sun damage or hormonal changes.

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Large Pores

Genetics and oily skin can both cause enlarged pores. Age-related loss of elasticity in the skin that supports our pores is another common culprit.

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Low immune function

If you often fall ill or catch infections, it may be a sign that your immune system is in need of a boost.

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Menopause

The menopause can cause hormonal imbalances, which can cause a range of effects.

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Sagging Skin

Collagen is our skin’s key protein and is vital to maintain its structure. Our collagen levels steadily decline from around the age of thirty, leading to loss of firmness, sagging skin and wrinkles.

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Scars

Scars occur as a result of trauma to the skin, and are formed when the skin produces an excess of collagen to heal a wound. They generally start off being red or purple in colour, then fade to a pale shade over time.

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Sun Damage and Spots

Exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays is responsible for around 80% of skin ageing; causing fine lines, freckles, dryness, poor texture and skin discolouration.

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Stretch Marks

Stretch marks occur when fibres in the dermis break down, revealing the blood vessels beneath the skin. This happens when the skin is over-stretched; for example during rapid weight gain, pregnancy, or growth.

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Thin Lips

Reduced lip volume is a common sign of ageing, caused by decreased collagen and skin thinning.

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Thread/Spider Veins

Thread veins are visible blood vessels beneath the skin which branch out, hence their alternative name, spider veins. Their visibility is caused due to thinning in the skin and subcutaneous tissue as we age.

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Tired/Dull Skin

Inadequate sleep, dehydration, pollution, stress and lifestyle factors such as alcohol intake can all lead to dull, tired-looking skin which has lost its lustre.

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Under Eye Bags/Circles

Periorbital hyperpigmentation, or under eye circles, can be caused by prominent veins (which become more visible as the skin thins due to age), skin laxity, a structural loss of subcutaneous fat, or extra melanin in the skin.

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Vaginal Laxity

Decreased estrogen levels after menopause leads to thinning of the vaginal walls, vaginal dryness and shortening and tightening of the vaginal canal, which can make intercourse painful.

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Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are the most common age-related concern, and are caused by decreased collagen and elasticity, repetitive facial factors, sun damage and lifestyle factors such as smoking and drinking.

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