Aging is inevitable, and the first signs you notice on your face happen right on the surface: twin lines between your eyebrows, dark under eye circles, and a collection of extra skin and fat at your jaw. Even your ears stretch a bit longer as the cartilage in them grows. And of course, there are the wrinkles.
These outward changes are caused by seismic moves happening beneath your skin to your facial bones, muscles, and fat as you grow older. Gravity and genetics dictate some of what happens, but two significant factors that speed facial aging are within your control: lifestyle and the environment.
But even if you slather your skin in sunscreen and win the genetic lottery, age-related changes in the face can’t be avoided forever. Here are some images depicting famous footballers in their old age.
Just imagine how your favourite player would look like in his old age. Aging is definitely inevitable.
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