The latest issue of the Aesthetic Surgery Journal includes a scientific study about how gender affects facial wrinkling. Research was conducted by plastic surgeons in the Netherlands.
But let’s just get to the point shall we? Here are the documented reasons women wrinkle earlier and more severely than men:
- If you’re a woman, the skin surrounding your mouth has fewer sweat and sebaceous glands, which are important for hydration and skin fullness.
- You also may have fewer blood vessels in the same area.
- The muscular fibers surrounding the orifice of a woman’s mouth are also more closely attached, which causes an “inward traction” and therefore, deeper wrinkles.