Fine lines & wrinkles
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Fines lines and wrinkles are usually the first sign of aging that you will notice. You wake up one morning, and you see one. Omg, what happened to your skin?! Suddenly it loses its firmness, volume and wrinkles start appearing.
Usually, people will notice them between their eyes (frown lines or glabella), then under the eyes and around the eyes (crows’ feet) and around the mouth. You are not alone; there are options before it gets too late! I’m all about loving yourself and aging comes with tons of benefits, but there’s a way you can age carefully and stop the tired look.
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What’s the difference between fine lines and wrinkles?
Fine lines are also called “expression lines”, which are lines that may be caused by the movement of facial muscles when smiling or frowning. A wrinkle is deeper than a fine line and can be caused by the natural process of aging, as well as exposure to environmental factors or repetitive facial movements such as smiling, frowning or squinting.
What causes wrinkles and fine lines?
As we age, our skin dries up with less elasticity and it
As we grow older natural changes occur. Your skin texture becomes rougher, we lose skin elasticity due to the loss of elastin; our skin becomes thinner and more transparent due to the thinking of our epidermis.
Smoking is a significant contributor to fines lines and wrinkles, especially around the mouth and for many reasons. Smokers are contracting their lip muscles more than the average person. With age, your skin loses its elasticity, forming more wrinkles around your mouth. Additionally, smoking exposes your skin increasingly to free radicals creating damage at your DNA level.
Facial movements and expression
Squinting and frowning is the most common movement that leads to fines lines and wrinkles. As we age, we lose collagen and elastin resulting in our skin not bouncing back the way it used to.
Sun exposure is the biggest reason why our skin is aging prematurely. You should avoid it at all cost. You should wear big sunglasses and hats. As soon as you walk outside and
Poor facial skin care
You probably don’t realize the power of cleaning your face morning and night, applying a high-quality vitamin c serum and applying a good zinc oxide sunscreen. People who do, are better than 95% of the population. Proper skin care will drastically improve and protect your skin!
What you put in your body is a huge factor
Another critical factor is to stay hydrated! Throughout the day make sure you drink tons of water. Drink green tea instead of coffee. Make sure you have a water bottle with you at all times.
Look at your mother and grandmother if you want to know how your skin is going to look in a few decades if you have followed a similar path. If you don’t make changes to your skin care routine, it will catch up to you. If you want to look different, you need to do things differently. They probably weren’t using proper skin care or eating correctly. So, change. You can act on it now!
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Reduce your wrinkles at home
Remove all your make up
If you are trying to fight wrinkles, you need to start removing all your make-up at night. Your skin will be able to breathe better, and you will be able to absorb your nighttime skin care better.
Tab a little bit of eye cream or a good vitamin c serum on your ring finger and lightly put pressure in a circular motion around your eyes. Do this process for at least 10 times on both eyes. This will also relax you at night time.
Do weekly mask at home
Using the right treatment for your skin will help hydrate your skin, remove excess oil and improve the appearance of the pores. A well-moisturized skin will bounce back more comfortably, limiting the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Fines lines and wrinkles show more on dehydrated skin. I suggest using a mask once a week.
Face masks contain vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that promote collagen growth and fight free radicals. These face masks also keep skin hydrated, heal existing wrinkles, and prevent the formation of fine lines
Treatment to get rid of wrinkles
Medical Grade Skin Care
Retinol or Retinaldehyde Creams increase the speed of cell turnover helping combat wrinkles and fines lines. Using high-quality medical grade serum that penetrates deep into your derm will help to improve your glow, skin thickness and firmness and balance your skin.
Co2 laser is the gold standard when it comes to skin resurfacing. They work well on deeper wrinkles as they are ablative. They work by removing part of your skin and heating your dermis, creating brand new collagen and elastin. This procedure usually requires a few days of downtime.
Fractional laser is the perfect solution for people looking for a quicker and faster improvement in
Dermal fillers treatment
Dermal fillers are injectable products that are used to correct wrinkles by injections into the skin. They are used where the fine lines and wrinkles are caused by a loss of volume.
Botox or Dysport Treatments
Cosmetic Injections like Botox & Dysport are one of the most popular wrinkle treatments. Botox & Dysport are the most popular bands. Cosmetic injectables work by relaxing the muscles that cause fines lines and wrinkles. They usually last 3 to 4 months and can be used around your eyes, frown lines, forehead as well as in the lip area.
Radio Frequency Treatment precisely heats the dermis layers of your skin without creating any epidermal damage. The bulk of heat causes your existing collagen to contract and tighten. After a series of treatments, your skin will start producing new collagen. The results will give you improvement with your skin tightness and firmness.
Peeling facials offer a gentle, but effective microexfoliation that brightens and tightens your skin leaving you feeling radiant and glowing. They encourage cell turnover to smooth and soften skin.