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All skins are not made equal when it comes to skin ageing. Some, like dry skins, are more prone to wrinkles and signs of ageing due to their dehydration which causes a loss of elasticity and marks upon the skin. Oily skin ages generally better: its production of sebum allows for good hydration.
The more the skin is thin and dry, the more it risks being marked by the passing of time. The first wrinkles appear around the eye area then spread according to the musculature and bone structure of the face. The skin then loses its firmness and pigment spots can also appear.
If you have a dry skin, it is therefore important that you adopt good habits to prevent and slow skin ageing…