Aging Is Disease Caused by Inflammation and Oxidation

Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2023     |     PP. 35-43      |     PDF (185 K)    |     Pub. Date: February 26, 2023
DOI: 10.54647/biology180273    74 Downloads     43754 Views  

Author(s)

Ting Lu, Department of Biology and Chemical Engineering, Panzhihua University, Panzhihua, China

Abstract
The skin care program uses active ingredients recommended by doctors who treat skin and mucosal diseases (including aging) and should pay more attention to symptom reversing and preventing chronic inflammation. This adjustment of treatment and prevention strategy is necessary, because chronic inflammation seems to be closely related to many preventable and treatable skin diseases and visible skin aging. It has been established the final common pathway at the molecular and cellular levels of skin inflammation as many systemic and mucocutaneous diseases, including ageing. The inevitable results of the strategy include inhibition of skin inflammation as the main activator of cuticle permeability barrier, blocking any proinflammatory environment pollution such as ultraviolet radiation, and quenching of these stained tissue reaction. This review will provide a scientific theoretical basis for the conclusion that chronic inflammation is a common feature of many mucosal skin pathophysiology processes, including external skin aging.

Keywords
Aging Face, Anti-aging Products, Anti-inflammatory

Cite this paper
Ting Lu, Aging Is Disease Caused by Inflammation and Oxidation , SCIREA Journal of Biology. Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2023 | PP. 35-43. 10.54647/biology180273

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