If your parents were diligent about keeping you covered with sunscreen during childhood and adolescence and if you kept up that good habit through young adulthood, you likely have the best chance at keeping your skin looking plump and radiant for decades longer, literally, than your contemporaries who did not. At the age of 15, it takes 1 1/2 day for your native DNA repair enzymes to repair the previous day’s damage to your collagen and elastic tissue. That is, if you stay out of the sun. It doesn’t take a math wizard to figure out that, once collagen and elastin are broken down faster than they are regenerated, that’s when the aging process starts, often in the late 20s. First the skin loses its glow, then fines lines start appearing and finally real wrinkles show up.
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