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Does oily skin age less quickly than normal skin?

Also....does genetics determine how you age? if so...from who would you get these genetics from?....your parents or grandparents?

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If anything, oily skin ages your skin quicker then normal skin. I think its probly because you have to basically rebuild the skin after the acne has gone and obviously it will look older cos of the red marks and scars.

Genetics probly does determine how you age. I'm guessing it comes from the parents.

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^Yep, oily skin tends to age more slowly than dry skin. Have you ever noticed that Caucasians generally look older than Asians and African Americans who are the same age? It's because Caucasian skin is generally less oily than other races.

And genetics do determine how you'll age. Your genes are a mix of your parents' genes, but their genes are a mix of their parents' genes. So how you age will be determined by your parents' genetics, which includes your grandparents' genetics within them (does that make sense?). And lifestyle choices, like if you smoke or suntan...

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^Yep, oily skin tends to age more slowly than dry skin. Have you ever noticed that Caucasians generally look older than Asians and African Americans who are the same age? It's because Caucasian skin is generally less oily than other races.

And genetics do determine how you'll age. Your genes are a mix of your parents' genes, but their genes are a mix of their parents' genes. So how you age will be determined by your parents' genetics, which includes your grandparents' genetics within them (does that make sense?). And lifestyle choices, like if you smoke or suntan...

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^Yep, oily skin tends to age more slowly than dry skin.  Have you ever noticed that Caucasians generally look older than Asians and African Americans who are the same age?  It's because Caucasian skin is generally less oily than other races.

And genetics do determine how you'll age.  Your genes are a mix of your parents' genes, but their genes are a mix of their parents' genes.  So how you age will be determined by your parents' genetics, which includes your grandparents' genetics within them (does that make sense?).  And lifestyle choices, like if you smoke or suntan...

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