Did you know that aging is not the only thing that causes wrinkles? There are over ten other factors including smoking, sugar, and stress.
If you are suffering from premature aging due to these causes, it’s natural that you would be looking into removing wrinkles. They are likely affecting your self-esteem and wrinkle removal will help you feel more confident.
But there are different types of wrinkles, which means that treating wrinkles isn’t a simple fix. Here are some of the best ways of getting rid of wrinkles so you can choose the best treatment option for you.
Skin Creams and Serums
No matter what type of wrinkles you have and how severe they are, your first port of call should always be to try different skincare options first. If skincare works for you, then you don’t need to pay for a more invasive treatment.
It’s also your best bet at preventing wrinkles, too.
Skincare products with retinol, vitamin C, peptides, and niacinamide all help renew your skin cells faster and plump up your skin.
Chemical Peels or Microdermabrasion
Do you want help smoothening wrinkles around your eyes and other fine lines on your face? The best treatment for you might be a chemical peel or microdermabrasion.
Both of these treatments work by removing the damaged, outer layer of skin so your body produces a healthier-looking fresh layer.
You can buy over-the-counter peels, but a qualified clinician can give you a deeper peel that is more likely to work.
Dysport or Botox
If you want to see instant results, the best treatment for removing wrinkles is Dysport or Botox. They are also one of the better treatments for moderate to severe wrinkles.
They both work by relaxing your facial muscles so that fewer wrinkles appear when you move your face. Botox is a more concentrated solution, so it is better for small frown lines between your eyebrows or on the outer parts of your eyes.
Dysport is a more diluted solution so it is less concentrated but spreads quicker. This is better for larger surface areas like forehead or neck wrinkles.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing can treat a range of skin complaints such as acne scarring and chickenpox scars. It works better on fine lines and small, shallow wrinkles. It is unlikely to have an effect on deep wrinkles.
This treatment works by lasering the outer layer of skin which damages it and encourages the skin to produce new skin cells.
It works like a chemical peel, except it is more painful, there are more side effects, and your skin takes longer to heal. But, the results could be much better.
Removing Wrinkles to Give Your Skin a Second Chance
Wrinkles are natural and you should never feel ashamed of them. But if removing wrinkles will help you regain your self-confidence, now you know all the options you can try. You are sure to find a treatment that works for you.