Skin Care

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Abstract

Aging skin is among the most common patient concerns in a facial plastic surgery practice. Ultraviolet (UV)-induced damage expedites the pace of intrinsic aging, resulting in many of the visible signs of aging, such as rough skin texture, pigmentation irregularities, fine and deep wrinkling, and inelasticity. Primary prevention of UV and environmental damage with proper skin care and the use of sunscreen are critical. There is great interest in topically applied products to reverse or delay the visible signs of photoaging. We discuss the most common topically applied agents for photoaging, reviewing their mechanisms and supporting evidence.

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Clark, A., & Hessler, J. L. (2015, August 1). Skin Care. Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America. W.B. Saunders. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsc.2015.04.002

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