Fine lines, wrinkles, and folds aren’t biased, which means they can appear on your body just as they do on your face.Body wrinkles can appear anywhere but are primarily found on the neck, chest, hands, and around the knees and elbows.
Combination skin can be characterized as having two or more different skin types on the face. Typically, the cheeks and eye area are dry and flaky, whereas the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) is oily because there are more sebaceous (oil) glands in this area.
Dealing with acne on its own can be frustrating, but even more so as an adult because you’re also battling the aging process. Understanding how both acne and wrinkles impact the skin can help you make better lifestyle choices while crafting a properly balanced skincare routine to fight pimples and the signs of aging.
Between perpetual shine and pesky breakouts, oily skin can be challenging to take care of — but that means you’ll get fewer wrinkles, right? Not so fast. The reality is oily skin ages just the same as other skin types. However, it may have a smoother appearance and natural glow because of the amount of sebum (oil) produced.
The belief that dry skin causes wrinkles is nothing more than a myth. What’s true is that dry skin appears to be more wrinkled because it’s producing less oil than other skin types, so lines are more prominent.