What Causes Crepey Skin?

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Thinning skin, which can also be referred to as crepey skin, can be caused by a number of reasons. Sun exposure, aging, and dry skin can all lead to crepey skin.
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Crepey skin refers to a skin condition which makes the skin look like crepe. The signs of its condition are caused by thinning of the dermis are wrinkles and fine lines. The condition is caused by loss of collagen and elastin and the result is having aged skin.
Crepey skin refers to a skin condition that resembles a crepe. It is caused by the loss of collagen and elastin which makes wrinkles and fine lines appear. Sudden and rapid weight loss is another factor that contributes to this condition.
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