With passing years, due to the slow disappearance of the subcutaneous tissues of some parts of the face, in particular around the temples and cheekbones, the volume and contour of the face changes. The reason for this are defects in connective and bone tissue, as well as a decrease in the amount of fatty tissue. The fat around the face moves down, causing the skin to sag and change the perfect oval of the young face. Nasolabial furrows form, the face "hardens", and the soft rounding of the cheeks - a symbol of youth - disappears.
Our face does not look as young anymore.
A young face is V-shaped - the younger the face, the firmer the skin is and the contours are more expressive, the face is symmetrical and V-shaped. As the V-shape reverses with age, no matter how good ours are genes, any skin type eventually loses elasticity. The proportions change, the volume decreases. The cheeks fall, the chin slackens, and the oval of the face widens downwards. The result: the symmetrical V-shape turns around and our age is more and more visible on our faces, no matter how young we feel.