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If you’ve tried to tackle some common signs of skin aging by using the same tactics across your entire face, you may want to rethink your strategy. When addressing your skin aging concerns it can actually help to look at your face in sections. Different areas of your skin experience different kinds of stress and are not always as well-equipped with the same skin renewal functions as other areas. For example, the skin around your eyes, lips and mouth undergo some of the most movement on your entire face – even if you’re not talking to your coworker or squinting at your receipt – these areas can be used when you are resting too.
These areas are also less likely to maintain proper hydration. This is due in part to the fact that the skin’s glands that produce oil, sebaceous glands, are scarce in these areas making them more prone to experience regular dryness. Other areas though, like your T-zone and chin, are highly populated with sebaceous glands and produce a good amount of oil. This is why it can be helpful to take some time when addressing your skin aging concerns and break out your skin’s needs section, by section.
The skin around your eyes, mouth and on your lips experience similar skin aging concerns related to dryness. This makes it especially important to focus on skin care products and tips that will not only help deliver hydration to these areas, but also assist the skin in maintaining that moisture for longer periods of time. The skin renewal tips for these areas can be quite similar, but still, they should be thought of and addressed separately to deliver the best results. Take a look at some common signs of skin aging in these areas with skin renewal tips to better help you address any concerns.