What is it?
Underneath the outer layer of our skin, there is an entire support network of connective tissues, which keeps your skin firm and fresh. Over time, this system gradually degenerates, causing the structure of your skin to change. This can lead to the formation of lines, wrinkles and grooves. Your skin can lose its elasticity and begin to sag, and it can also appear thinner.
Some of the most common examples of ageing skin include crow’s feet (lines to the corners of the eyes), jowls (sagging skin around the jawline), droopy eyelids, marionette lines (the wrinkles running from the corners of your mouth to your chin), and sagging around the neck area.