About Careers Internship MedBlog Contact us
Medindia LOGIN REGISTER
Advertisement

Wrinkles

Written by Anne Trueman, M.A | Medically Reviewed by The Medindia Medical Review Team  on Mar 18, 2019
Font : A-A+

Overview

Wrinkle is synonymous with the process of aging. Our skin consists of three layers- epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous fat layer. As we age the cells of the epidermal layer becomes thin and less sticky. This loss of stickiness

Advertisement
causes the moisture present under the epidermis to get released from the upper layer, causing dryness of the skin.

Wrinkles

In the subcutaneous layer, the size of fatty cells decrease with age and it fails to provide enough support to the upper layers and if this occurs sagging is quite noticeable.

References: close

Citations   close

Latest Publications and Research on Wrinkles


Do you wish to consult a Cosmetologist for your problem? Ask your question

Dr. Jasreen Kaur
Dr. Jasreen Kaur
MD
14 years experience
Dr. Usha Hariram
Dr. Usha  Hariram
MBBS, Diploma In Skin Aesthetics, Diploma in Dermatology
22 years experience
View All

Post a Comment

Comments should be on the topic and should not be abusive. The editorial team reserves the right to review and moderate the comments posted on the site.

Comments

Albertsmith

Hey mate, .This was an excellent post for such a hard subject to speak about. I look forward to seeing many much more excellent posts like this one. Thanks

Advertisement
Recommended Reading
Advertisement
Health Topics A - Z
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z



    Advertisement
    Drugs for Wrinkles
    Azficel-T
    What's New on Medindia
    Alarming Cesarean Section Trends in India - Convenience or Compulsion of Corporate Healthcare
    Quiz on Low-Calorie Diet for Diabetes
    World Heart Day in 2022- Use Heart for Every Heart
    View all

    Medindia Newsletters Subscribe to our Free Newsletters!
    Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

    Most Popular on Medindia

    Blood - Sugar Chart Blood Donation - Recipients Accident and Trauma Care Selfie Addiction Calculator Loram (2 mg) (Lorazepam) Sanatogen Post-Nasal Drip Drug Interaction Checker Daily Calorie Requirements Sinopril (2mg) (Lacidipine)
    This site uses cookies to deliver our services. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy, and our Terms of Use