Constitutional types of aging

Gently wrinkled type

Gently wrinkled type

  • In particular, this gives rise to changes in the skin, but the fat tissue and muscles remain maintained

  • Face contour remains unchanged

 

Gravitational or deformational type

Gravitational or deformational type

  • Soft tissues lose elasticity
  • The skin becomes “weak
  • Eyelids are ”falling”
  • Appearance of the “second chin” and "glasses"-type folds around eyes
 

"Tired" type

  • Formation of “tear furrows”
  • Eyes and face appear to look “sank”
  • The corners of the lips fall
  • Whole face looks tired
 

Muscular (“Asian”) type

Muscular (“Asian”) type

  • Well defined muscular layer

  • Relatively small amount of subcutaneous fat

  • Wrinkles develop quite late

  • Dominated mimic wrinkles

  • Pronounced nasolabial folds