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Skin is the largest organ in the body.
The skin has three layers—the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis (also called the subcutaneous layer).
Epidermis: The epidermis is the relatively thin, tough, outer layer of the skin. Most of the cells in the epidermis are keratinocytes. They originate from cells in the deepest layer of the epidermis called the basal layer. New keratinocytes slowly migrate up toward the surface of the epidermis. Once the keratinocytes reach the skin surface, they are gradually shed and are replaced by younger cells pushed up from below.
Scattered throughout the basal layer of the epidermis are cells called melanocytes, which produce the pigment melanin, one of the main contributors to skin color
Dermis: The dermis, the skin's next layer, is a thick layer of fibrous and elastic tissue (made mostly of collagen, elastin, and fibrillin) that gives the skin its flexibility and strength.
Hypodermis: Below the dermis lies a layer of fat that helps insulate the body from heat and cold, provides protective padding, and serves as an energy storage area.
This test needs to be done immediately when you get up in the morning.
If the oil on the tissue paper can be seen all over then the skin is oil .
If the there is very little oil or no oil on tissue paper then the skin is dry .
If the oil on the tissue paper forms the T-Zone then skin is combination types means the forehead, nose and chin area is oily.
A youthful face has 3 unique features: high cheekbones, full cheek volume and a well-defined jawline. These three attributes are often referred to as the “triangle of youth” with the base of the triangle being at the cheeks and the point at the chin.
As we age, this youthful triangle often becomes inverted. With aging facial bone changes, soft tissues (like muscles) fall due to gravity, and skin sags and droops downward. The face becomes more oblong, cheeks flatten and jowls appear. Facial fat-pads shift, while the fat-pads beneath the chin can increase in prominence, causing fullness between the neck and chin, also known as a “double chin.” The effect of the lower face getting fuller can be described as the pyramid of age.
We believe that restoring beauty goes much beyond just taking care of wrinkles or pigmentation. Hence at DEFINE AESTHETICS we introduce the next generation NANOTECHNOLOGY which is a true Anti-aging technology.
We use combination of treatments like Nano-Perfector, Chemical peels, Radiofrequency and Microdermabrasion to offer complete solution for your skin problems.