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Wrinkles - Best Anti Wrinkle Cream - Wrinkle reduction and Remover

Wrinkled skin has always been an indication of maturity. Wrinkles are caused by intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Intrinsic aging comes from inherited factors and advancing age processes, while extrinsic aging refers to the cumulative effects of sun exposure, aging, and inherited factors.

In general, fine, or small wrinkles are caused by the general aging process and sun exposure. On the other hand, thick, deep wrinkles or furrows are most often caused by repetitive sun exposure which has a cumulative effect on the skin. Deep wrinkles around the lips can also occur from smoking. As we age, all of us experience some wrinkling, but individuals with more sun exposure over the years will likely develop deeper facial wrinkles as they advance in age. The daily use of a sun screen or moisturizer along with sunscreen will protect your face from future wrinkles.

Reducing or eliminating wrinkles requires undergoing one of three types of available procedures: You can replace, relax, or remove your wrinkles. When you have wrinkles replaced, a dermatologist or facial plastic surgeon injects or threads a substance into the crevice of the wrinkle, thereby filling it out, and smoothing it into the rest the skin. Collagen, Dermalogen, and Artecoll are examples of injectable wrinkle replacers. Gore Tex , SoftForm, and Alloderm are, examples of material inserted to help replace the deeper wrinkles so that the skin can be evened.

Relaxing wrinkles is done with diluted botulism toxin, called Botox. When Botox is injected to relax the muscles that produce the wrinkles, the wrinkles are not so noticeable. Botox can be injected by a dermatologist, a facial plastic surgeon, or an oculoplastic surgeon. Wrinkles can be removed by a number of methods.

Prescription creams like Renova or prescription-strength glycolic acid creams generally reduce fine wrinkles on the face after several months of use. Chemical, peels performed by a dermatologist or facial plastic surgeon can also reduce or remove wrinkles. Superficial "lunchtime" peels improve wrinkles, while medium and deep peels can remove wrinkles. Laser resurfacing, also known as laser dermabrasion, is also effective. Your dermatologist can help you decide which method is best for you.

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