Wrinkles on the face
When you were little, you may have thought it was funny when you stayed in the bath too long and you realize that your fingers were wrinkled. Well, now you’ve grown, if you notice wrinkles on your face, not so funny. Wrinkles are a natural part of aging, but that does not mean that women have to accept without a fight.
Besides aging and genetics, sun damage, smoking, dehydration and some medications can also cause facial wrinkles. Wrinkles appear when the skin becomes drier, thinner and less elastic. Skinned people tend to get wrinkles earlier than people with darker skin because lighter skin is more susceptible to sun damage, a major contributor to wrinkles. If your parents have wrinkles prematurely, then you’re more likely to develop premature wrinkles, too. Smoking accelerates wrinkles, probably due to reduced blood supply to the skin.
The lines are of two types: the light version, which are lines or surface heavyweight version, which are deep grooves. Some wrinkle creams can help with the surface lines, but to eliminate the deep furrows, you have to use heavy artillery, so to speak, meaning inject-able fillers or plastic surgery.
Topical retinoids derived from vitamin A, which are available with a prescription from your doctor or dermatologist can reduce fine lines, lighten dark spots and soften rough edges. Retinoids makes it easier for your skin to burn, so use a sunscreen every day if you still do not. Look for active ingredients on the label, such as retinol, alpha hydroxy acids, coenzyme Q10, kinetin, copper peptides, antioxidants or tea extracts. OTC products do not contain such a high concentration in active ingredients as prescription products. Therefore, are not as effective.
Dermabrasion, micordermabrasion, laser resurfacing, Botox, chemical peels, injectable fillers and face lifts are surgical options all designed to get rid of wrinkles on the face. Dermabrasion, microdermabrasion and laser resurfacing all involve the removal of the outer layers of skin to reveal the underside of the skin less wrinkled. Botox causes the skin, usually the forehead, the eyebrows and crow’s feet , a smoother appearance. A chemical peel causes the skin to be seen, for the latest making the skin appear fresher. Injectable fillers are collagen or hyaluronic acid, a doctor injected directly into its deep grooves to fatten. A facelift, more permanent type of surgery, involves removing excess skin and may include tightening the underlying muscles.
Need a bit of sunlight for vitamin D, but protects your face with the use of hats and sunscreen. Keep your skin moisturized to make it look better. Quit smoking. Eat a healthy diet full of whole grains, fruits, vegetables and olive oil. Make exercise and get enough sleep. However, sleeping on your back, according to the American Academy of Dermatology, lay your face on a pillow at night provides more wrinkles on his face.