Aging Skin in Men: Any Solutions?

magnus68

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Hi guys, Im wondering if you have any proven methods to prevent or reverse skin wrinkles and loss of elasticity. Does Collagen or vitamin E really work? Specifically the abdomen area. And I am not overweight. 53 years old but noticed my skin is losing.
 

Vince

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Hi guys, Im wondering if you have any proven methods to prevent or reverse skin wrinkles and loss of elasticity. Does Collagen or vitamin E really work? Specifically the abdomen area. And I am not overweight. 53 years old but noticed my skin is losing.
To be honest with you. Some guys and women just age or look older than their true age. My first wife, who died from cancer. Was only three years younger than me, but looked much younger. People would say, I robbed the cradle. I just had a friend, who retired at age 65. He can easily pass for, early 50s. It’s just the way life is, besides plastic surgery. I don’t think there’s much more than a person can do.

My present wife, who is 63. Also looks super young. A friend of mine just asked me, how come I married a woman who’s only in her 40s. Ha ha, she’s 63. Life’s not fair LOL.

Some my kids are like that too. They look a lot younger than they really are.
 

Jrsjr

New Member
Hi guys, Im wondering if you have any proven methods to prevent or reverse skin wrinkles and loss of elasticity. Does Collagen or vitamin E really work? Specifically the abdomen area. And I am not overweight. 53 years old but noticed my skin is losing.
Hey M, I'm not aging gracefully so I went to a dermatologist with the same question. She prescribed Retin-A topical cream. It has definitely helped with the fine lines and large pores but it was irritating in the beginning. You start off maybe twice a week and the work up the frequency as you adjust. Also takes a couple months. Some people don't tolerate it well but ask and see what's out there. Ahhh, the wonders of modern chemistry......
 

Vince

Super Moderator
This is what my wife uses under her eyes, it works.

 

cookman

New Member
Isn't PRP and stem cells used for this sort of thing? I've seen ozone used for better skin health as well. Big fan of these, haven't tried stem cells or these for skin though
 

rossmiller

New Member
Well, you can use some anti-age cream or fillers, there is nothing wrong with that. I'm a man but I like to look good and be healthy. My wife recommended me an anti-aging cream but I didn't want to use that but she convinced me that this cream is also a great moisturizer. I have been using this cream SkinXmed Anti Aging Creme Im Test - Erfahrungen & Bewertung 2021 for a year already and not even every day but it helped me a lot. It protects my skin and makes it look fresh and healthy, it perfectly moisturizes my skin and has a good consistency. Of course, to feel great and look good you have also to lead a healthy lifestyle not only to use a magic cream.
 
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Cataceous

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Progesterone?
These findings suggest that progesterone, like estrogen, also has beneficial effects on the skin, and may be independently protective against skin aging.

Oxytocin?
OT is likely inducing a protective function in the epidermis in the case of sun exposure and possibly with intrinsic aging.
 

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