Through advanced technology and expertise, we treat various skin problems seen among elderly people.
Progressing age accompanies with many changes in the body and skin is no indifferent. Skin ages and its impact depends upon the care love extended towards it during youthful days. Skin is the largest organ of the body which is exposed to the environmental harsh (pollution, UV rays, sun rays, temperature) and bear the consequences of personal habits (exposure to oil, soap, lotions, sprays, massages, procedures, medication etc.)
Anti Ageing skin care treatment in Jayanagar | Epiderma Clinic offers the best anti ageing treatment by the best dermatologists in Bangalore. The aged skin becomes thin, loses elasticity, wrinkled, spotty, dry, rough, itchy and scaly. The skin renewal cycle becomes slower and healing process takes longer time compared to younger aged skin. Some of the most complained skin problems in elders as follows –
Dry Skin: The loss or reduced activity of sweat and oil/sebaceous glands predispose the aged skin to dry and rough condition. Apart from moisture depletion, skin also undergoes changes in collagen content which contributes to skin dryness. Medical conditions like diabetes, heart diseases, obesity, bleeding disease, malnutrition or other comorbid conditions too contribute to skin dryness. Medical attention and proper skin care recommended by Dermatologist help the seniors in getting relief from rough, dry and itchy skin and improves the quality of life.
Wrinkles: the fine lines of skin fold or deep furrows on the skin surfaces become more prominent with aging. Loss of elasticity and depletion of collagen happens due to many factors like sunrays exposure, smoking or skin type. Dermatologists are able to address this condition with any of the procedures like laser treatment, chemical peeling, dermabrasion, soft tissue fillers or face lit procedures depending upon the skin nature and type and impact of wrinkles.
Age Spots: Age spots are harmless brown spots that appear in the sun-exposed skin area. These may appear on face, hands, arm, back, feet or lower leg. Dermatologists recommend either medication or procedures to lighten the spots.
Pressure Sores or Bed Sores: These sores get developed because of poor blood circulation at the pressure points due to immobile life like lying in same position on bed or sitting in one position for long time. Diabetic patients are more prone to pressure sores.