Fine lines and crow’s feet are among the earliest and most common signs of ageing. These issues are often seen on the edges of your eyes, stretching out toward your temples. They can develop due to lost collagen around the eyes and the loosening of muscles whenever you make a facial expression.
Your skin is always up against the elements, including the sun. UV radiation can dry out your skin, reduce its supply of natural oils, and cause sun burns. Long-term exposure to UV radiation can also increase the risk of developing skin cancer.
It’s common to notice dark spots and circles around your eyes as you grow older. However, they can become more prevalent as you age and thus harder to conceal and manage.
Dark spots and circles can also develop as a result of fatigue, allergies, or eye strain. We first need to determine what is causing your symptoms before we recommend a skin treatment.
Acne is incredibly common and can affect any age group. Though it’s more common to develop acne as a teenager, adults can still develop symptoms when oil and dead skin cells clog pores, leading to pimples, whiteheads, and blackheads. In more serious cases, acne can also cause scarring.