Over 40 Years
40 to 50 Years
This decade is really the start of “apparent”
aging. The effect of years of tiring work, stress, raising
children, and overindulgence start to show. Your overall
health at this age will have significant impact on the
health of your heart, bones, strength, and your overall
health. This in turn, shows through in your skin and general
As the muscles in the face start to lose strength, and
the number of different skin aging symptoms accumulates,
the overall impact can result in a tired, strained appearance.
Common aging signs include:
- Dropping eyelids
- Sagging eyebrows
- Discoloration from the sun
- Broken capillaries, spider veins
- Neck and jaw jowls
- Stubborn fat build up in thighs, buttocks and bellies
- Moles, Warts and Skin Tags [small bits of excessive
effective treatments of these conditions
Ages over 55
The aging process appears to speed up over 55. This
is true in some areas, however, it is more likely that
the number of aging symptoms that have been building slowly
over the previous 30 years, are becoming apparent at the
This is the age when a combination of effective treatments
for the outer appearance, supplemented by healthy routines
of diet, exercise and annual check-ups can keep you well
ahead of the aging curve.
We are fortunate today, that many of these treatments
have been refined and more are developing every year.
The most common treatments sought at this age are:
laser therapy, cosmetic
skin treatments, liposuction,
blepharoplasty [eyelid surgery],
One of the biggest concerns at this age is skin cancer.
Whilst skin cancer can appear at almost any stage of life,
the incidence of skin cancer is much greater once you
reach the fifties.
It is estimated that one in seven people in the United
States will develop some form of skin cancer during their
lifetime. Fortunately, most skin cancer is curable, especially
if recognized and treated early.
There are three types of skin cancer to be on the lookout
for -- basal cell, squamous cell and the more dangerous