When Did You Start Looking your Age?


It happens to the best of us, some sooner than later. You wake up refreshed, pull out your favorite dress and blazer from the closet, and head to work. You're feeling great, unbeatable! But your glow up is about to dim a bit when your coworker leans over and asks "Are you feeling okay? You look a little tired." 

While you know well-meaning Tammy in the adjacent cubicle doesn't have a malicious bone in her body her words still sting and linger with you throughout the day. You make a quick trip to the bathroom to examine yourself and notice the dark circles under your eyes that have been there for the past three days and that what you thought were just creases from your pillow are actually wrinkles.

Aging happens to all of us— not just getting older, but looking older. As we age our skin loses elasticity, becomes paler, and fine lines start to appear. Getting older is inevitable but the asking-if-you're-tired type of skin aging doesn't have to be the norm.

So when do you actually start looking older?

Skin aging happens because of a multitude of factors from genetics to diet and lifestyle. If you're in your 30's you may have noticed that you can't eat the way you did in your early 20's without the consequences of an expanding waistline. Just as your metabolism slows down around that age so does your cell bioenergy. The slowing of your skin-cell bioenergy means it takes more time to build collagen and restore itself like it used to. In short: your skin is tired.

We all know the negative habits that contribute to prematurely aging skin: smoking, heavy drinking, not using a moisturizer with SPF before you leave the house. Unfortunately, even if you do all the right things the signs of aging will eventually hit you. Some people are lucky and look ten years younger as they reach a more mature age, but if you didn't inherit those genes you might be searching for a way to stop those crows feet from forming.  


Luckily, there are new measures available for treating your aging skin. Advanced Microneedling technologies help to break down and repair your skin— getting rid of unsightly wrinkles, scarring, or discoloration. At Nina Ross Hair & Skin Therapy we take your skin from dull to stunning using the most innovate anti-aging technology. We exclusively use organic Fusion Meso products and apply them to your skin with the state of the art Fusion Meso XPERT tool to offer you non-invasive, needle-free facial rejuvenation to help halt or reverse the signs of aging. 


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