Crepey skin refers to skin that has a thin, finely wrinkled texture, resembling the appearance of crepe paper. This phenomenon is characterized by a loss of skin elasticity and collagen, resulting in a surface that appears crinkled and saggy. Crepey skin can occur on various parts of the body but is commonly noticed on areas where the skin is thin and prone to aging effects, such as the neck, chest, arms, and under the eyes.
What causes Crepey skin?
Aging: The natural aging process leads to a gradual reduction in collagen and elastin production, essential proteins that maintain skin firmness and elasticity.