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A
Acne
Acne lesion
AHAs
Allergen
Alopecia
Androgenetic alopecia
Androgens
Antioxidant
Anti-wrinkle
Astringent
Atopic dermatitis
Atopic eczema
Atopy
B
Basal layer
Blush
Botulinum toxin
Bronzing powder
Brown spots
C
Cell renewal
Chapping
Chemical filter
Collagen
Comedogenic
Comedone
Compact powder
Concealer
Concealer brush
Corneal layer
Cosmetic dermatology
Cosmetic surgery
Crow’s feet
Cuticle (hair)
Cuticle (nail)
D
Dandruff
Dermabrasion
Dermal papillae
Dermatological corticosteroid
Dermis
Dermocosmetics
Desquamation
Dust mite
E
Elasticity
Emollient
Epidermis
Erythrosis
Exfoliating Agent
Exfoliation
Exoskeleton
Eye shadow
Eye-Liner
F
Facial erythrosis
Firmness
Foundation
G
Glycation
H
Free radicals
Hair bulb
Hair fiber
Hair follicle
Hold
Hyaluronic acid
Hydrolipidic film
Hyperpigmentation
Hyperseborrhea
Hypoallergenic
I
Ichthyosis
Immune system
Inflammation
Inflammatory acne
Ingrown hair
Injection
J
K
Keratin
Keratinocyte in the hair follicle
L
Laser treatment
Lentigo
M
Malassezia furfur
Mascara
Mattifying
Melanin
Melanocyte
Mineral filter
Mini face lift
Pregnancy mask
N
Nails that break or bend
Nails with ridges
Nasolabial folds
Navel
O
Oxidation
P
Papules
Peeling
Photoaging
Photodermatitis
Photosensitisation
Phototherapy
Phototype
Physiological flora
Pigment
Pilosebaceous follicle
Pore
PPD
Psoriasis
Pustule
Q
R
Reactivity
Retentional acne
Retinol
Rosacea
S
Scalp
Scurf patch
Sebhorreic dermatitis
Sebum
Skin aging
Skin barrier
Soft nails
Solar lentigo
SPF
Sponge
Squama
Summer light eruption
Sun capital
Sun erythema
Sun filter
Sun-induced herpes
Superfatted soap
T
T Lymphocytes
Thermal spa treatment
U
UV rays
UVA
UVB
UVC
V
Vitamin C
Vitamin E
W
Wrinkle
X
Xerosis
Y
Z

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    Skin aging

    Skin aging is inevitable, and results from the weakening of the dermal structure. On the surface, the skin become dry and wrinkles start to show. In the dermis, the support fibers deteriorate and are renewed less effectively. The dermis loses its substance, the skin sags, and wrinkles form.