At 30 years old, you begin to see some early signs of aging, as well as the first effects of sun damage that probably occurred in adolescence or in your 20s. Around age 25, the first signs of aging begin to become evident on the surface of the skin. Fine lines appear first and wrinkles, volume loss and loss of elasticity become apparent over time. Experts suggest that skin aging normally begins around age 25, when the body progressively reduces collagen production, causing the skin to lose elasticity.
Understanding these factors helps us to care for our skin as it ages, reduce the visible signs of skin aging, and prevent premature skin aging.