Medical Review By: Ted Schiff, MD Like every part of the body, the skin changes with age. The teen years bring dreaded pimples. Middle age brings telltale wrinkles. In elderly adults, skin conditions may become more numerous — and more noticeable — as the skin continues to thin and lose fat, elasticity, and moisture.
Getting older doesn’t mean you have to look your age. Taking good care of your skin can keep you looking younger for longer, so don’t say goodbye to that youthful glow yet.