As we age, the cellular turnover rate decreases, and the structure of the skin begins to deteriorate. Age-related changes in the skin structure include: increase in the disorderly arrangement of the collagen fiber network, decrease in the quantity of fibroblasts, decline in the collagen production by the fibroblasts, and increase in the levels of matrix metalloproteinases, the primary enzymes responsible for the degradation of collagen fibers. These damaging events promote atrophy of the dermal layer. Skin’s biochemical properties degenerate, causing it to become less flexible, and the continuous degradation of the elastin fiber network leads to pronounced skin laxity. Viscoelasticity of the skin is further diminished by a decrease in glycosaminoglycan concentration in the dermal layer. Noninvasive radiofrequency-based technologies are increasingly utilized to tighten aging skin. – Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy, 2014
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