Hi there it's Dr JSK here. I thought we'd talk about turning 50. At some point or another we'll all be there and what can we expect? Or what can we see when we look in the mirror around this time?
Now the first to say is that we all age differently so one person looking at the mirror at 50 will look very different to another person, that's the first thing. Next thing is the skin, at a superficial level the skin becomes a little thinner, become a little crapier or more wrinkled and we might see in particularly paler skinned individuals a blotchiness coming into the complexion, patchy pigmentation that sort of thing.
Now at a deeper level if we look at the face, plastic surgeons divide the face into thirds. There is the upper third, between the hairline and the upper eyelids. The middle third, between the lower eyelids and the mouth and then the lower third which runs from the mouth down to the chin and of course below this is the neck. But that’s all for now, so to discuss the facial thirds in aging from 50 and upwards further, you will have to tune in next time. Bye now!