Every person wants to have fine lines and wrinkles. Even though some people discovered a rip in time, one thing is sure that all patients in the world will experience the appearance of wrinkles at some period in their lives. Simply, because it is a natural part of the aging process. All persons should consider the fact it matters which type of treatment and product they will use toward the aging process signs. Another thing to remember is that there is a difference between these two terms. First of all, they manifest in different parts of the face and second, they are treated differently.
Fine lines are superficial and they include the topmost layer of the skin. They are located around the eyes, the mouth, on the corner of the mouth, between the eyebrows, and in the forehead. The causes of fine lines are the following ones:
- Sun exposure
- Fair Skin
When it comes to the treatment of the lines, there are many choices. Retinol and some chemical peels are a great option. If the patient has superficial expression lines, then the start can be with the usage of anti-aging creams which contain retinol. The chemical peel utilizes alpha or beta-hydroxy acid for removing the top layer of the skin. Another possible alternative is the wrinkle relaxer more exactly the popular Botox. This product is derived from the botulinum toxin which is safe and effective. Another option is the collagen induction therapy known as Microneedling.
Wrinkles and folds
Folds are wrinkles which are found more deeply in the face and neck. They are located on the areas where untreated lines were of in a situation where the face has suffered from the loss of volume. The most common deep wrinkles are nasolabial folds. The causes of wrinkles and folds are the following:
- Environmental factors
There are several techniques that can improve or even erase the folds and creases of the face. The best options are the micro-needling treatments and the FDA-approved dermal fillers. The most frequently discussed fillers are Juvederm and Restylane. They last approximately six months.