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Definition of facial wrinkles in TCM

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definition of facial wrinkles in tcmWrinkle refers to the skin is affected by the external environment, forming the free radicals, which damage collagen and active substances in the normal cell membrane tissues, and oxidize cells formed small fine lines and wrinkles. Wrinkles appear gradually. The sequence of wrinkles appear is usually from the forehead, upper and lower eyelids, paropia, vestibule of ears, cheek, neck, chin, around the mouth. Facial wrinkles can be divined into two types: atrophic wrinkles and hypertrophic wrinkles. Atrophic wrinkles mean the wrinkles appear in the thin, easy fractured and dry skin, such as those numerous small wrinkles around the eyes. Hypertrophic wrinkles refer to the wrinkles appear on the oil skin, with little amount, dense and deep textures, such as wrinkles in the forehead, around the lips and chin. Continue to learn Chinese medicine Treatment for Contact Dermatitis.
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