If you are still wearing your baby boomer era hairstyle after the birth of your child, you might want to consider trying a new style.
A study released Tuesday by the American Academy of Dermatology shows that many people who grew up with that style, which is now in its 80s and 90s, are experiencing a new generation of wrinkles, acne and skin irritation.
The study, which looked at more than 9,000 adults, showed that people who had a younger hairstyle were twice as likely to report daily complaints of skin irritation, dryness and acne than people who did not.
The study also showed that younger generations of boomer men, who have become the face of American pop culture, are having a tougher time finding a new look.
People are still looking for a new hairstyle, and there’s a lot of stigma attached to having a youthful look, said Dr. Jennifer Hausfeld, director of the department of dermatology at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Hausfeld said younger generations are more likely to be wearing a hairstyle that’s more natural, with fewer hair extensions and less styling.”
They’re having more of a hard time finding something that’s a more appropriate, not just a youthful style.”
Hausfeld said younger generations are more likely to be wearing a hairstyle that’s more natural, with fewer hair extensions and less styling.
The research also found that people younger than 30 have more skin irritation than older generations, as well as more daily complaints about dry skin and skin irritations.
Hausold said this trend is also affecting the way people look after aging.
“A lot of people are using different styling styles,” Hausfild said.
“The more you wear it, the more your skin will feel irritated.
And that means you’re probably putting more effort into keeping your skin moisturized.”
Hauffolds said that the findings suggest there are things to be done to prevent and treat acne and breakouts that occur as a result of the way the skin is shaped.
She said it’s important to avoid looking like you have an overgrown or damaged skin.