Aging Skin Complaints?Patient Education Makes a Difference
As your patients age, they may notice skin changes. Help them understand why it’s changing and what they can do about it.
Through various natural changes as your patients age (including shifting hormone levels in women), skin can become rough, flaky, dry or itchy.
The skin's natural renewal cycle starts to slow down.
Dead cells can build up on the skin’s surface giving it a rougher texture and dull appearance.
Oil glands become less active and lipids found in the epidermis decrease, which can make it harder to retain moisture in the skin.
You can help by educating your patients about the natural effects of aging on the skin and how adjusting their skincare regimens can reveal healthy-looking skin.
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Reference: 1. Data on file. Third party dermatologist survey. February 2014.
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