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Experts & Doctors Reveal Best Tips & Tricks on How You can Get Rid of Wrinkles and get Youth


Have you ever wondered how some stars tend to looking amazing throughout their career and well into the later part of their life?
I always have I tend to research the topic quite frequently. I have utilized many of the techniques to keep looking my best through out the yeas.
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4 Different Types of Wrinkles and What Causes Them
1. Atrophic Crinkling Rhytids

These wrinkles are those little parallel lines that disappear when your skin is stretched taut.

They can occur on your face, or anywhere on your body (think of those little wrinkles you may have on your chest.)

What Causes Them

These lines are a result of a loss of collagen and elasticity which leads to skin sagging.

The main culprit? Sun damage.

UV exposure unleashes free radicals in our skin that break down collagen and elastin, the building blocks that give our skin firmness and structure.

Make sure you wear daily SPF sun protection, especially on your face, neck, and chest (as well as other exposed areas)!

2. Permanent Elastic Creases

These are crease lines that end up becoming permanent wrinkles as we age.

These little guys tend to show up on our cheeks, upper lip, and the base of our necks.

What Causes Them

As with the last type, repeated sun exposure can make these lines worse.

Smoking is also a big factor in deepening these creases, like those lines you get around your lips from repeatedly pursing your mouth.

But that’s not all. Whenever you smoke, you expose the surface of your skin to all kinds of chemicals and carcinogens.

Plus, when you inhale, you inhibit your body’s ability to circulate oxygen to your skin, which it needs to heal and form healthy skin cells (one of the reasons smoking often results in a dull complexion).

Stop smoking already!

Your complexion and your body will thank you.

One stunning study looked at twins who aged differently as a result of different lifestyle habits.

In this example, Brenda (left) smokes ½ a pack per day and has had 7 times as much sun exposure as her twin counterpart, Barb (right), leaving her looking years older.

Dr. Bahman Guyuron, plastic surgeon at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University, notes that Brenda’s wrinkles around her mouth and under her eyes are telltale signs of a smoker.

3. Dynamic Expression Lines

These fun lines are the ones I mentioned up top that you get from repeated facial muscle movements that cause creases in the skin that become more permanent.

They usually show up around the mouth, eyes, and forehead.

What Causes Them

You get these lines from basically living your life and being a human being.

They’re like a collection of little moments from every time you’ve squinted on a sunny day, laughed at an inside joke, or frowned when a character gets killed off on your favorite show.

Unless you want to become a robot and stop expressing yourself, you’re gonna get these lines and creases on your face.

Wear those lines with pride! They’re badges of honor from the experiences of a life lived!

4. Gravitational Folds

These are those wrinkles that occur naturally with age as our skin loses structure and starts to fold and sag.

What Causes Them

As the name suggests, time + gravity = gravitational folds.

You can chalk this one up to good ol’ aging.

As we get older, our skin starts to lose collagen and elastin leading to wrinkling and sagging.

Researchers found that these lines are more apparent on a lean face with thinner skin and that a plumper face with thicker skin will show less of these types of folds.

What Can I Do About Wrinkles?

One of your best bets to guard against wrinkles is to prevent rather than treat.

Don’t wait until you start seeing little lines pop up to start using anti-aging products in your skincare.

Incorporate those youth-boosting formulas now to stop wrinkles before they start!

Let’s look at some of my top tips for skincare habits that will give you smooth, youthful skin.

Not today, wrinkles!

Use SPF EVERY. DARN. DAY.

According to Skincancer.org, 90% of visible skin aging is caused by sun exposure and subsequent damage.

When our skin is damaged by UV exposure, free radicals age skin by causing hyperpigmentation, compromising our skin’s texture, and breaking down collagen and elastin which leads to sagging and, yes, wrinkles.

All you have to do to avoid sun aging is make sure and wear daily SPF protection!

A study published by the Annals of Internal Medicine looked at the effects of using sunscreen on the reg.

And, this does mean every day!

Even on cloudy days. Even when you’re not lying out to get a tan.

You accumulate a lot of sun exposure from doing things like driving and walking outside, and that exposure adds up.

SPF Tips

  • Use a daily moisturizer that includes broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection of at least SPF 30.

  • Apply SPF at least 15 minutes before heading outside to give it time to absorb into the skin.

  • Don’t forget your neck and chest. They benefit from skincare just as much as your face.

  • Don’t skimp! Slather on that goodness for optimal protection.

  • Reapply SPF every 1-2 hours if you’re outside for a while or sweating a lot. And, it’s always a good idea to rock a hat and sunglasses, and seek shade during peak UV hours (10:00 am – 4:00 pm).

Look for These Anti-Aging Ingredients

If you want to get some wrinkle-smoothing power out of your skincare, look for formulas that include these age-defying ingredients!

Hyaluronic Acid

Fine lines and wrinkles are made more apparent when your skin is dry or dehydrated.

Hyaluronic acid is a mega moisture humectant, which means it grabs moisture and holds it to your skin’s surface to deliver hydration.

This moisture action also helps plump skin to fill out fine lines and restore suppleness to your complexion!

Want to deliver Hyaluronic Acid directly inside your skin and treat wrinkles. Try an OxyJetPeel treatment. Its like Botox but without the pain or the needles.