Some people say that change is the only constant thing in the world, and that is not true. Aging is constant, every minute of everyday people age, even the world ages. Aging brings changes to people. From the way they think as they mature, to the way they present themselves down to the body. As you age, you feel stronger, especially in your prime; you can stay up all night and still have the energy to do a whole day’s task the next day. As you grow older, these things change, you get tired easily, you doze off at 10 PM and late nights make you weary. But that’s not all, during your late 20s or early 30s, fine lines and wrinkles are caused by repetitive facial expressions like smiling or frowning and become more noticeable, your skin starts to loosen and you feel like the glow you once had is starting to go away. And that could be true, depending on the stress, the lifestyle, and other factors. Another factor that makes a person look older is the reduced volume on the skin. The once perfectly lifted cheekbone for example will not look so jolly once it sags little by little. According to some research generally, a human body decreases collagen and elastin production by a minimum of two percent when you reach 25 years of age and might stop producing elastin and collagen during your late 20s. However, it doesn’t need to stay that way now that different procedures are available to slow down if not maintain that youthful glow. Thanks to the advancement in medicine and technology, cosmetology now has almost pain-free, non-intrusive procedures through Botox (Botulinum Toxin) and Dermal Fillers to help make those wrinkles and fine lines disappear.