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Why Slavic women age ugly. A PHOTO



Why do we often see only Europeans in the “beauty over 45” selections? And for what reason do many young Slavic women have flakes early, a second chin, and other not very aesthetic signs of aging? This was told by expert Natalia Dichkovskaya.

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More than once I have heard rave reviews about European women of the age, - says Natalia especially for Let “ours” deservedly be considered the most beautiful in their youth, in 50 + a palm will be intercepted by women of France, Italy, Spain, Germany.

Why do they age beautifully, and the Slavic beauties lose face?

The answer is simple - everything depends on the morphological type of aging, and the scenario according to which age changes will occur to us is predetermined by him.

Usually 5 main morphotypes are distinguished: tired, shallow-wrinkled, deformation-edematous (it is also called “Slavic”), muscular and combined.

Tired morphotype

* photos of famous women are illustrative *

Actress Sophie Marceau. Photo: video frame YouTube / CGTN Français

It is considered the most favorable, because it is not accompanied by radical changes. This scenario is typical for slender women with an oval face shape. Usually in the morning the face looks fresh, and in the evening age changes become noticeable, the person looks tired.

Sometimes this type is called a “pretype”, because on its basis both deformational and combined can later develop.

Background and manifestations:

  • skin is normal / prone to dryness;
  • moderate subcutaneous fat;
  • there is not very pronounced ptosis (omission) of the lower third of the face;
  • shallow nasolabial folds and puppet wrinkles;
  • omission of the corners of the eyes and mouth;
  • reduced muscle tone of the skin;
  • minimal skin photoaging.

The main recommendation for this type is full sleep, fresh air walks, regular self-massage and face exercises, antioxidant cosmetics.

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Fine wrinkled morphotype

Ballerina Maya Plisetskaya. Photo: video frame YouTube / TV channel Culture

This type is very characteristic for Western European women. Usually it is slender women with moderate subcutaneous fat. The face ages as a “baked apple” - covered with a net of fine wrinkles.

Background and manifestations:

  • skin is thin / sensitive / dry;
  • subcutaneous fat is mild;
  • early facial wrinkles in the forehead and corners of the lips;
  • early purge wrinkles;
  • mild ptosis of the lower third of the face (in adulthood);
  • violation of skin pigmentation.

General recommendations: protection of the skin from the sun, frost, strong wind. The use of nutritious creams with a high content of vegetable oils. Drinking enough pure water.

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Deformation-edematous morphotype

Actress Nina Grebeshkova. Photo: video frame YouTube / Cinema Concern "Mosfilm"

This morphotype is more common among Slavic, Arab, and Indian women. Usually manifested in women of dense build, prone to fullness. Excess adipose tissue and fluid cause the skin to sag under the influence of gravity. This leads to the formation of a second chin, flakes, folds in the neck, hernias and bags under the eyes, overhanging the upper eyelids.

These women do not have small wrinkles, they are more characteristic pronounced folds and creases.

Background and manifestations:

  • skin is dense, porous;
  • facial features large;
  • stagnation of lymph and swelling of facial tissues;
  • fine wrinkles and impaired pigmentation are not characteristic;
  • tendency to rosacea and inflammation.

Since this type is most relevant for the majority of Slav women, I will tell you in detail about it at the end of the material.

Muscular morphotype

Often it is in this type that the representatives of the Asian race age. Very rarely this type is found in European. The muscular morphotype mainly characterizes clearly defined cheekbones, impaired pigmentation, eyelid wrinkling, pronounced nasolabial folds, puppet wrinkles.

Background and manifestations:

  • well-developed facial muscles;
  • a small amount of subcutaneous fat;
  • the oval of the face is preserved until old age;
  • deep vertical wrinkles on the forehead are possible.

For European women, the most common morphotype of aging is small wrinkled. Yes, they are covered with pigment spots and a small scattering of wrinkles, but their excellent posture and beautiful facial contours allow them to look young for a long time (and from a certain distance, 20 − 30 is younger than their age).

In the meantime, as a percentage among slavic women morphotypes are distributed as follows:

  • tired - 25%;
  • muscular - 10%;
  • deformation-edematous - 55%;
  • small wrinkled - 10%.

Thus, the morphotype that is most difficult to correct is inherited by us.

But, knowing your morphotype, really delay age-related changes. In the case of the deformation type, perfect solution will be:

  • Regular lymphatic drainage massage
  • Excess fluid makes the tissues even heavier, which causes them to rush down more quickly. It is necessary to organize the outflow of lymph and improve metabolic processes in the skin.
  • Gymnastics for the face.
  • Exercises will strengthen the muscular frame and will prevent gravitational ptosis.
  • Posture under control (“blogger posture” - a person lowered over a phone or other gadget - increases the risks of having double chins and bullets prematurely. Tension in the shoulder girdle worsens circulation and also leads to premature aging).
  • Weight control (excessive weight contributes to the weighting of tissues and violation of facial contours)

If you find it difficult to determine the type of skin, take a simple test - it will help you at the stage of self-diagnosis.

Skin Type Test

My skin ...

  • and - matte;
  • b - shiny only in the nose and forehead;
  • in - shiny in the T-zone and on the cheeks.

Face pores ...

  • a - invisible;
  • b - visible in the T-zone (especially on the nose);
  • c - visible and widened all over the face.

Face pores ...

  • a - never clog up;
  • b - clogged in the T-zone;
  • c - clogged and possibly inflamed on the whole face.

If I smile ...

  • a - a fine mesh of wrinkles appears on the face;
  • b - only “crow's feet” appear;
  • in - on the face there are no fine wrinkles.

My skin ...

  • A - thin as parchment;
  • B - differs in density at different sites;
  • B - very dense throughout the face.

If you have the most answers: A - the skin is dry; if the most answers are B, the skin is mixed; if the answer B was the most common, the skin is oily.

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