Facial Skin

Types Of Facial Skin: Fading Skin

In this article, we will discuss the diagnosis of the skin – on the fading skin type of the face. Yes, this exists. But there is no combination skin type. Want to know the details? Read this post.

Signs of fading skin

Facial Skin

Skin is considered young to 27 years. After that, it becomes mature and gradually fades.

Of course, this does not mean that in 28 you will be covered with wrinkles from head to foot. The rate of wilting depends on external factors, genetics, and care.

If you are lucky with genetics and the environment, and you carefully care for the skin, choosing the right care, the first signs of impending old age you can notice only after 35-40 years. Read more https://www.shakura.com.sg/all-you-need-to-know-about-skin-pigmentation/

So, by what criteria can you judge that it’s time to add anti-age to care?

  • Reduced elasticity and elasticity – collagen and elastin fibers are destroyed.
  • Lethargy, flabbiness.
  • Dryness, peeling, stiffness, discomfort – the sebaceous glands gradually atrophy.
  • Dehydration – the synthesis of hyaluronic acid decreases.
  • There are wrinkles – small and large, deep.
  • Appear “crow’s feet” around the eyes.
  • Nasolabial folds occur.
  • The oval of the face changes (floats).
  • Skin hangs.
  • Begins age pigmentation (uneven skin color).
  • Vascular asterisks and nets appear.

Conditions of aging face skin

Fading Skin

Disturbed epidermal barrier

Appear peeling, irritation, hypersensitivity, red spots, discomfort, burning, itching.

Unfortunately, the epidermal barrier can be broken at any age and under any type of skin. The good news is that he is recovering quickly enough.

But dehydration, which is a temporary condition for other types of skin, with a fading skin becomes permanent. This is due to the fact that the synthesis of hyaluronic acid, which is responsible for the water balance and the skin turgor, decreases more and more with time. Read more in this post.

We will soon write a separate post about caring for aging skin. Stay tuned.


That’s all. We hope that our article on the diagnosis of the type and determination of the skin condition has helped you to determine your own. Now, armed with knowledge, you will be able to choose a quality working care and not spend money and time on jars that are simply “not yours.”

And if you have any questions, we will be happy to answer them. Ask in the comments.