One of the best ways to deal with the signs of ageing is to prevent them. Wearing sunscreen, shading your face and staying out of the sun during peak hours can reduce your risk of developing creases.
But you may not be able to completely avoid wrinkles or fine lines. If you’re always pulling your eyebrows together when you’re frustrated, you might get a vertical crease between them. People who squint a lot are more likely to get lines around their eyes than people that don’t.
Gravity ends up taking its toll on your facial skin too. As you get older, your skin becomes less elastic. The fibres that support your skin deteriorate. With gravity pulling down on you all the time, your skin begins to respond.
You can prevent and treat creases with anti-wrinkle injections. This cosmetic procedure is minimally invasive and precisely targeted. It relaxes the muscles that move repeatedly to generate furrows.
Depending on the location of the grooves, your skin type and other conditions, you can turn to other cosmetic procedures too.
CO2 fractional Laser treatments can be considered the gold standard treatment for wrinkles with people of light skin tone. They remove the outer layers of skin and can promote collagen production, which can help you avoid developing more wrinkles in the long run.
PRP treatments can stimulate collagen production, making it tighter, firmer and more voluminous. As your skin plumps up, wrinkles may go away.
Thread lifts can resolve a wrinkled appearance if they’re placed strategically. This procedure is akin to a non-surgical facelift and can make you look younger.