Cronological aging

Chronological aging affects those people who have been taking precautions against the external factors that have an influence on skin aging. This type of skin aging does not normally entail neither pigmentary lesions such as melasma or solar lentigos, nor deep wrinkles and/or elastosis. The most frequent signs of chronological aging are: poor skin turgor and mild-moderate dehydration, sagging skin accompanied of loss of facial contour and apparition of expression lines that can become moderate wrinkles.

The treatment for this kind of skin aging will be different than the treatment for the patients affected by photoaging.

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