Routine washing of the skin with soap has been shown to remove the NMF from the superficial layers of the stratum corneum. The outermost layers typically show reduced NMF levels, largely due to bathing or exposure to UV light. Also, aging appears to dramatically reduce the amino acid content in the stratum corneum. Studies have shown a significant correlation between the hydration of the skin and its amino acid content. All of these conditions show characteristics of abnormal desquamation, with the accumulation of corneocytes resulting in the visible dryness, roughness, scaling, and flaking properties of dry skin
Starting from teenage years and moving towards your 50’s and 60’s, there are numerous changes that our skin goes through with time. The teenage skin type is generally affected by the body hormones and develops in combinations like normal, dry, oily. When you get into the ’20s your skin starts maturing and you even start getting premature wrinkles. The 30’s skin looks tired and dull, and that’s why it needs extra care. Pursuing towards your 40’s, the wrinkles will start getting deeper and the ability of the skin to hold moisture also decreases. When you are into your 50’s, your skin needs additional care as skin becomes mature. Finally, when you are into your 60’s, your skin becomes sensitive to infections.
But if proper skin analysis is done at the right time and complete care is given to your skin, you can still look young at all times and you will be able to delay the process of skin aging. So it is advisable to start caring for your skin at an early age.