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Anti-Wrinkles Treatment


Wrinkles are common signs of ageing that is found in everyone. In today’s life, with advance technology this treatment has become a very common treatment. Fillers is the treatment which will hide the wrinkles temporarily without leaving any mark on face. This treatment is a simple procedure that is done in 15-20 minutes or depending on number of points they need. This treatment is done painlessly. This treatment should be done once in 6 months on a regular basis. So that the younger skin without wrinkles will be maintained.

There are also treatments like Dermabrasion and Chemical peels that helps in removing the superficial dead skin and a charming brighter skin comes up. Chemical peeling is a procedure that helps in getting even tone; remove tanning and helps in getting a brighter skin. There are also a peel which improve skin colour, brings glow like pearl and on overall brings whiter, glowing skin with even tone and removes all blemishes and dark spots on face. It can also done on neck to get lighter skin tone and tight younger looking skin.

Day cream, night cream and anti-ageing creams are suggested to use regularly for a young looking skin. Being hydrated, eating lots of fruits and veggies and maintaining a balance diet will help in maintaining skin look younger, brighter and healthy.

Wrinkles or folds in the skin’s creases are one of the most common and tell-tale signs of ageing. They mostly form around areas of the body most prone to UV ray exposure and parts of the face that crease from facial expressions.

Causes
Despite being a natural part of the ageing process, there are some factors that influence the onset of wrinkles. As you get older, your skin loses vital natural oils and collagen leaving the skin thinner and less flexible. Due to this, the creases and grooves caused by facial muscles fail to spring back, leaving permanent folds on the skin.

Since UV rays cause skin collagen to break down at higher rates, sun exposure largely contributes to the development of premature wrinkles.

Smoking can also accelerate the formation of wrinkles as it affects the blood supply to the face.

Types of Wrinkles

  • Crow’s feet
    As a natural part of the ageing process wrinkles often appear in the corner of the eyes, called crow’s feet because of the shared resemblance.

  • Laughter Lines
    Creasing due to facial movements, such as laughing, commonly form wrinkles around the mouth area.

  • Atrophic Crinkling Rhytids
    Parallel fine lines that form all over the face as a result of loss in the skin’s elasticity and collagen.

  • Permanent Elastic Creases
    Crease lines in the skin, typically above the upper lip, cheeks, and neck that become increasingly permanent over time and are accelerated by sun exposure.

  • Gravitational Folds
    As implied by the name, these are lines that form because of gravity and become increasingly apparent as the skin begins to sag and form folds, specifically in thinner regions of the face.