photodamage, fat redistribution, bone shifting, and the loss of connective tissue.
As life expectancy continues to increase, almost doubling over the past century, an aged appearance is becoming an increasing concern.
Ethnic differences are clearly evident in today’s society; however, as time elapses, the groups described in this article are becoming less homogenous and more heterogeneous through the intermixing of races, cultures, and ethnicities.
According to the Center for Clinical & Aesthetic Dermatology, individuals with darker skin are overall thought to have firmer and smoother skin than individuals with lighter skin of the same age.
However, aging does occur in regards to pigmentation, wrinkles, and skin laxity.
Comprehensive knowledge of the structural and functional principles of ethnic and aging skin is helpful to properly care for the aging skin of color population.
And with that, we think the mother is (you know I gotta be dramatic, lol)….
B. The mother is “B” in the original white dress photo and second from the right in the