No one wants to see a wrinkle after they wake up in the morning and peer into the mirror — that’s the end-all, be-all sign of aging. However, no one has to live with their wrinkles these days thanks to advanced skin care technology and cosmetic procedures. There are various different types of wrinkle treatment out there, but first it’s important to understand what the cause of these pesky creases are.
Aging: The most obvious factor. Over time, the skin loses it’s elasticity because of less collagen production. Therefore the skin becomes stretched and thin, causing deep grooves or can even cause saggy skin.
Poor Diet: Not eating a well-balanced meal on a regular basis can cause early aging. The most processed foods consumed, the more negative bodily reactions one will have. Instead try drinking plenty of water and eating fruits and veggies.
Sun Exposure: The king of all aging elements, the sun is one of the main reasons why so many seek wrinkle treatment — whether at the dermatologist or with over-the-counter products.
So then how is it possible to achieve younger looking skin? Over-the-counter products often don’t work and take too long to see any kind of significant results. Instead it is recommended that people seek a cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist for their skin rejuvenation needs. Below are a few options for wrinkle-free skin to choose from.
Laser Treatment: Laser wrinkle treatment comes in two types — CO2 and Erbium. Whichever option is chosen, the takeaway here is that the lasers are used to peel off the skin’s outermost layer; this layer is usually damaged by environmental factors. Afterwords a smoother surface will be revealed.
Botox Treatment: One of the most effective ways to get rid of wrinkles fast (the procedure is only 30 minutes), this treatment uses the Botulinum toxin that relaxes facial muscles and smooth wrinkles. Just about anyone can have this treatment, but those between the ages of 40 and 59 are most likely to sign themselves up.
Juvederm Treatment: Juvederm injections are made up of hyaluronic acid in gel form. These fillers are injected, usually around the eye area, to provide up to one year of wrinkle-free skin. These are one of the most popular forms of wrinkle treatment, with an estimated 2 million fillers administered in the U.S. between 2012 and 2013.
Retinoid Cream Treatment: For those who many not be up for a major cosmetic skin treatment just yet, they can try their luck with retinoid creams that can be purchased at a local pharmacy store. These creams are comprised of Vitamin A — a crucial vitamin that skin needs to rejuvenate cells. Most creams can be purchased for under $20.
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