What is aging of skin?
Skin Aging is a natural and almost inevitable process. Aging is a gradual process which can be slowed
down, but can never be stopped. It’s about the time we realise the ageing process, understand its irreversible nature and act. As we age, we start noticing changes such as fine lines, laugh lines,
wrinkles, sagging, dull and thin skin, age spots, sun spots.


Aging can be intrinsic and extrinsic

Intrinsic aging
It is determined by genetics or hereditary traits. Each person ages differently, two people of the
same age and lifestyle may look different in terms of their age.

Extrinsic aging
This is determined by the external factors such as sun exposure, stress, smoking, diet, alcohol,
pollution. Sun exposure is the biggest factor among all.
Ways to reduce premature aging

Protect your skin from the sun every day – use sunscreens with SPF of 30 or more. Use wide
brimmed hats, sun glasses, long sleeves to minimise sun exposure.

Say no to smoking – smoking releases free radicals which reduce collagen regeneration and
accelerate aging

Balanced diets – reduce simple, refined carbohydrates and processed food. Include fresh vegetables,
fruits and whole foods.

Exercise most days of the week – Findings from a few studies suggest that moderate exercise can
improve circulation and boost the immune system. This, in turn, may give the skin a more-youthful

Follow a skin care routine – use a gentle cleansers to wash, apply facial moisturiser everyday and
stay away from products which stings or burns the skin.

What are the treatments for premature aging?
Prior dermatologist consultation to evaluate the changes and extent of aging is required.


Treatments for Aging:

  •  HIFU
  •  Fractional Lasers
  •  Dermal Fillers
  •  Botulinum (Botox)
  • Laser toning/photo facial
  • Micro-needling RF
  • Chemical Peels