About Wrinkles and Treatment options
Dryer and thinner skin wrinkles more easily, and also appears sallow.
Skin slowly succumbs to the effects of gravity and the loss of the foundational structures such as collagen and the fat and bone underneath the skin resulting in skin folds and sag. Repeated facial expressions: eyebrow raising at the computer monitor; or reading resulting in squinting; or other repetitive actions such as frowning or smiling can cause lines to develop where the muscles contract.
Over time, collagen breakdown and muscle enlargement in such areas can leave lines on your face when your face is at rest without an expression.
There are some gender rooted differences in wrinkle response. Men generally have thicker skin than women. Since women have fewer perspiration and sebum (oil) glands around the mouth, they are more likely to get wrinkles in this area than men. Women also have fewer blood vessels than men which means the skin gets fewer nutrients over time.
Nutrition: Insufficient vitamins and minerals in the diet can impact the skin. Smoking: Studies have shown that cigarette smoking makes the skin age faster due in part to damage and constriction of the blood vessels that supply blood and nutrients to the skin. UV
Exposure: Ultraviolet light increases the skin’s aging process. The relationship between skin “age” and UV light exposure is direct which means the more time you spend in the sun (or in a sun bed) the older your skin will appear. UV rays can destroy collagen and elastin fibers in the skin, making it less flexible and prone to wrinkling.
Genetics: Genes play a large part in determining facial shape, skin type, elasticity and strength. Large family cheekbones and other such inherited structures influences how we age and if we are lucky, we do inherit such age -defying genes. Substance Abuse: Though age, genetics, and to some degree facial expressions, cannot be changed, many wrinkles are caused by lifestyle choices such diets high in sugars, alcohol, and other drugs.
How Can I Prevent Wrinkles?
The best treatment for wrinkles is to take protective measures before they start to appear. Wrinkles are a sign that your skin is no longer able to keep up with the damaged from sun exposure, gravity and toxins, and although many consider wrinkle prevention a vain pursuit, it is actually important for overall skin health.
How can I reduce the appearance of Wrinkles?
Your skin can make you younger or older than your real age depending on how well you care for it. Once your skin has become damaged and wrinkles start to appear, there are other key steps along with exfoliation, sun protection, diet and healthy lifestyle choices can help reduce their appearance. Serious restoration of skin’s natural moisture levels are made possible with AnteAGE anti-aging skincare system, along with G.M. Collin Hydramucine Treating Mist, Bota-peptide, Diamond Collection and Vital C; and microneedling that continue the necessary microinjury that creates the collagen necessary to reduce the appearance and formation of wrinkles. Your aesthetic or medical specialist have many options today for reducing the appearance of wrinkles. These include the above-mentioned anti-aging and skincare treatments found at Ivonne Sanchez Beauty. Otherwise your medical spa may have neuromodulators such as Botox, Xeomin and Dysport and collagen inducing injectable fillers like Radiesse that keep us looking our best. Ivonne Sanchez Beauty recommends microneedling combined with AnteAGE and G.M. Collin for the most cost effective and natural approach to skincare improvements.
What else do we know about Wrinkles?
Wrinkles are folds or creases in the skin and often appears as a result of the aging process called “glycation”, sleep positions, habitual face expressions, sun damage, smoking, poor hydration and other factors. Wrinkles form and remain when the skin can no longer repair itself from the daily wear from toxins, micro-injuries. Over time our body’s ability to produce collagen and elastin diminishes and this results in less support, allowing the skin layers to fold and falter. Of significant importance is the depletion of growth factors, namely those stem-cytokines which are chiefly responsible for communicating cellular repair commands.
Manageable causes of Wrinkles
Exposure to the Sun is the number one cause of wrinkles. The UV rays from the sun will break down the elastic layers of the skin, making your skin sag and wrinkle. In addition, you will be more likely to get bruises, age spots and other marks on your skin if you are constantly in the sun. When you do go outside especially on cloudy days, apply full-coverage sunscreen and wear sun protective clothing. We recommend EltaMD sunscreen that also prevents and treats the signs of aging and pigmentation. Smoking causes your body to release enzymes that break down elastin and collagen and is a very preventable cause of wrinkles. If you smoke, you are going to look older than your non-smoking twin.
How can I reduce the appearance of Wrinkles?
Your skin can make you look significantly younger or significantly older than your real age depending on how you take care of it. If your skin has become damaged and wrinkles are beginning to appear, there are other basic steps along with exfoliation, sun protection, diet and healthy lifestyle choices can help reduce their appearance. Serious restoration of skin’s natural moisture levels with microneedling and AnteAGE Skincare systems continue the repairing of microinjury that creates the collagen necessary to reduce the appearance and formation of wrinkles. Your medical specialist has many options today for reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
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