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Get Rid of Wrinkles Without Surgery

Get Rid of Wrinkles Without Surgery - Everyone will get wrinkles as they age. Due to the sun's damaging rays, repeated facial movements and loss of skin elasticity, wrinkles form. There are various surgical procedures you can undergo to get rid of wrinkles, such as face lifts, brow lifts and eye lifts. You can, however, remove wrinkles without surgery. Here are some tips.

Moisturize your skin. Loss of skin elasticity and moisture leads to wrinkles. You can counteract this loss by hydrating your skin. Apply a nutrient-rich moisturizer to your skin twice daily. Aim to apply it to clean skin first thing in the morning and again at night, just before bed. Since your skin can handle a heavier moisturizer at night, opt for a richer night cream.

Protect against the sun's damaging rays. Every time you are in the sun, its rays contribute to your wrinkles. Protect your skin by wearing a broad-spectrum sunscreen with a high SPF rating. Wear the sunscreen daily.

Get Rid of Wrinkles Without Surgery

Purchase wrinkle treatment creams. These creams contain retinoids and hydroxy acids that encourage skin cell regeneration. This means that new, younger-looking skin cells will be produced with more frequency. Many wrinkle treatment creams also contain vitamins A and C, both of which have been shown to be effective at treating wrinkles.

Exfoliate your skin once to twice a week, using a gentle facial scrub. Exfoliation encourages cell turnover by removing older, dead skin cells from the skin's surface. Fresher skin is then revealed.

Get regular microdermabrasion treatments. This involves a professional technician treating your face with a device similar to a mini-sandblaster. Tiny crystals rub against the skin, removing older skin from the surface and exposing fresher skin below. Regular microdermabrasion treatments have been shown to remove wrinkles, even out skin tone and result in more radiant skin.

Get Rid of Wrinkles Without Surgery


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