1. Hormonal Changes.
Women experience more pronounced hormonal fluctuations, such as menopause, which can lead to visible signs of aging, like skin changes, reduced bone density, and increased fat accumulation.
2. Sun Exposure.
Women tend to be more diligent about skincare, but they are also more likely to use tanning beds and less protective clothing. This increased sun exposure accelerates skin aging, causing wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.
3. Collagen Production.
Women generally have thinner skin compared to men. They experience a more significant decline in collagen production as they age, resulting in sagging skin and more noticeable signs of aging.
4. Societal Expectations.
Society often places greater emphasis on women’s appearance, encouraging more pressure to maintain a youthful look. This pressure can lead to the early adoption of anti-aging treatments, making it seem as though women age faster…See More