Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Treatment of Wrinkles
There are many options in anti-wrinkle treatment, including non-surgical wrinkle removal procedures. Treatment for deep wrinkles tends to be a little more complex than that of fine, thinner lines, but wrinkle injection treatments, as well as laser and radio wave based procedures, are making any type of wrinkle removal increasingly manageable.
Wrinkles are fine lines or creases in the skin, primarily in the face, that usually result from a combination of factors, including sun and weather damage, smoking, and natural aging. Wrinkles in the face can unfortunately cause a person to appear older than they truly are, or simply reveal their true age.
How do we get wrinkles?
When we’re young, our skin is more elastic and better at retaining moisture. The elasticity of the middle layer of skin is attributed to the elastin and collagen located there. These deteriorate as we age, however, and the dermis becomes thinner and unable to deliver moisture to the outer layer of skin. Additionally, the innermost layer of skin loses some of its fat (which gives skin its plumpness) over time, causing sagging and wrinkles in the surface of the skin.
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