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How To Erase And Reduce Wrinkles {Wrinkle Removal}

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Watch this pactical steps and home remedies to prevent and get rid of your wrinkles video.

Reducing wrinkles with skin dermabrasion technique

Undergoing micro-dermabrasion treatment by a skincare professional to remove deeply entrenched forehead wrinkles.

Wrinkles and fine lines usually become more and more apparent as a person ages. These lines can be caused by years of facial expressions such as laugh lines, furrowing of your forehead and frown lines. Other causes of wrinkles are the results of regular and prolonged sun exposure, dehydration, smoking, free radical attacks from the environment, our genetic disposition, and so on so forth. 

Most people do not like to have wrinkles as they make them looking old and haggard and thus will visit aestheticians or dermatologists to reduce or even remove the appearance of wrinkles or they will slather various anti-wrinkle creams to delay the onset of the age lines and even eliminating them through surgical methods. 

It is agreed in the skincare industry that whenever someone uses his or her facial muscle for an expression such as in squinting, frowning and even laughing, tiny creases will develop just under the skin around that location. For a younger person with more supple skin, these creases will spring back into place almost immediately. However, for an older person, with less skin elasticity, the skin springing back becomes less and less efficient, and so the formation of wrinkles begin to get entrenched and being etched more deeply into the skin permanently if no actions are taken to reduce or to get rid of  them.

Frequent and prolonged sun exposure is perhaps the most usual causation of wrinkles and skin blemishes development since the ultraviolet light from the sun destroys the collagen and elastic fibers of the skin and in the process making the skin less supple and taut. The destruction of those important connective tissues also causes the skin to become thinner and fragile thus paving the way for loose sagging skin, blemishes, wrinkles and fine lines to show up more prominently and even prematurely.

Although sun exposure can damage your skin, please do not avoid the sun completely as it is an important source for the production of vitamin D which is needed for the intestinal absorption of calcium and several other minerals such as magnesium and phosphate.


Common lifestyle causation of wrinkles are from smoking and regular alcohol consumption. Smoking constricts the capillaries and so is obstructing the blood supply to the skin efficiently. Therefore the supply of the much needed nutrients and oxygen are impeded. Whereas drinking alcohol dehydrates the skin making it dry and crinkly and as such accentuates the formation of wrinkles and fine lines.

That goes on to say that if you are a regular drinker and smoker at the same time, it is indeed a double whammy to the good health of your skin. Is it any wonder why regular drinkers and smokers usually tend to look much older than they actually are? That is because they are aging prematurely from their unhealthy lifestyle habits.



Thin fine lines can be treated with various over the counter anti wrinkle creams or even simple home made masks. For deeper furrows and creases, more aggressive methods of treatment are thus necessary. Some of the common topical applications are retinoids which are derivatives of vitamin A, antioxidants such as vitamin C, alpha hydroxy acids or this very effective instant wrinkle remover.

The more invasive methods used by skincare professionals and dermatologist may include micro dermabrasion (exfoliation of upper skin layer), laser therapy treatment, radio frequency, laser resurfacing of the skin, botox or filler injections and chemical peels. Some may even go for non surgical or surgical facelift.

Of course prevention is better than cure, right? Well, we can certainly take action to slow down any wrinkle formation, but the problem is that they will inevitably appear again and repeated treatments through the passage of time will be needed. So if you want to slow down your skin aging process, be very kind and gentle to your skin.

One good habit to develop is to moisturize your face everyday and night. Carefully select a good moisturizer to keep your skin constantly hydrated. Next, choose a good sunscreen to protect your face and neck from the ravages the sun's ultra violet light. However I do need to repeat once again that you do not avoid the sun completely as it is an important source of vitamin D. If possible, use sunscreens that are specifically developed to protect the skin from the sun and yet be able to absorb the sun's ultraviolet B (UVB) for your body's production of vitamin D . 


If you are a smoker, it is obvious that quitting smoking is a good option as not only will it brighten up your skin tremendously making you looking more radiant, healthier and even younger. You can also benefit greatly from a swathe of other health benefits for not smoking. Also drink less alcohol if you do drink and making sure that you also gulp down plenty of water to hydrate yourself when you indulge in alcohol consumption.

Do exercise regularly as exercising facilitates more efficient blood circulation and so will keep your skin supple, clear and bright. Exercise also reduces stress if you don't overdo it which again is beneficial to your skin along with many other health benefits. Along with all these, always get enough sleep for your body to recover from the daily wear and tear and to repair itself. 

Now let us take a look at a few of the more common anti-wrinkle procedures offered by dermatologists and aesthetic doctors. Here are just four of them. 

1) Botox Injection - Botulinum toxin or usually known as the Botox injection for the treatment of wrinkles is perhaps the most frequently performed invasive cosmetic procedure because of its quick and efficient results. This treatment method is very effective for the treatment of crow's feet, frown lines, laugh lines and forehead lines. If done by a good and experienced doctor, the result is usually consistent and predictable results with relatively few side effects if any at all.

Injection of the botulinum toxin into the specific facial muscles causes the muscles in that location to loosen up which in turn smooths out the skin around it and diminishes the wrinkles. The effects of the injection will take about 10 to 14 days to fully blossom and will usually last up to about 4-6 months after which the effects will recede progressively until as if there was no treatment at all and thus another injection will be required to restore the aesthetic effects.

In most countries, this procedure can only be performed by licensed medical doctors.

2) Filler Injection - Filler injections are administered to smooth out wrinkles and pitted scars on the skin. The injection can also be given for the enhancement of fuller lips. When the filler is injected into the skin, it bolsters up the skin in the injected area thereby reducing the sight of the wrinkles and the scars. There are several types of fillers that can be used such as the Hyaluronic acid and the Bovine collagen, just to name two of them.

You can expect some pin prick stinging pain and some people may also develop a little soreness and redness in the location where the injection was administered. Sometimes these symptoms may last up to 2 or 3 days. Should these symptoms persist after 3 days, then you may need to take a trip to your doctor's office to ascertain if there are any infections or any other complications arising from the injections. Just as with the Botox injection, filler injections can only be carried out by certified medical doctors since some people may experience complications and side effects such as bacterial infections, some form of allergies or in rare circumstances even blood coagulation.

3) Laser Resurfacing - Laser Resurfacing is used not only to treat wrinkles but can also be used to treat a wide variety of skin blemishes such as age spots, skin pigmentation, warts, moles and acne scars. This skin treatment procedure delivers bursts of concentrated pulses of light at the blemished skin location accurately by removing the outer skin layer by layer. The procedure is sometimes also referred to as laser vaporization or laser peeling. The two types of lasers that are usually used are of carbon dioxide (CO2) and erbium.

Should you opt for laser skin resurfacing, your medical doctor will probably suggests that you not to take any medications or health supplements that can have an effect on blood clotting such as vitamin E, aspirinibuprofen....etc for a week or two prior to the resurfacing procedure. Your medical professional may also give you some antibiotic to take before the treatment as a preemptive action to prevent bacterial infection of any kind and also an anti-viral medicine if you are more susceptible to cold sores attack, which is a viral infection (herpes simplex virus referred to as HSV-1).

Your face will be carefully bandaged up after the procedure to aid in your recovery from the wounds. After about 24 hours or so, you will then have to clean up the treated area a couple of times everyday in order to keep any infection at bay and you will also need to apply some topical creams to inhibit the formation of ugly scabs. 

Yes, you can expect some form of bruising, slight pain or itchiness and some redness of the skin. In about a week or less after the procedure, your skin will begin to peel and revealing new youthful smooth skin. You can expect a full recovery in about two or three weeks time after the procedure although some redness may still be observed in the area for a while more.

Since this procedure is more aggressive than the other two mentioned above, it is certainly possible that complications and side effects are more pronounced and therefore it is prudent that you find a qualified and experienced doctor or dermatologist to carry out the laser resurfacing treatment. 

4) Microdermabrasion - For the microdermabrasion procedure to get rid of wrinkles and fine lines, your aesthetic doctor or dermatologist operates an apparatus that blasts out aluminum oxide crystals to the affected areas of your skin somewhat akin to sand blasting your skin. This will loosen up and exfoliate the dead skin cells on the skin's surface. The same apparatus then begins to work like a vacuum cleaner to suck away the crystals and loose dead skin cells thereby exposing a smoother and new younger skin. The procedure will then be repeated weekly or fortnightly until the ideal result is accomplished. 

Since the microdermabrasion is less invasive than laser resurfacing and as such, the result you get will not as good as from what you will get with the laser resurfacing method as the former does not have access into the deeper parts of your skin. However there is a bonus if you choose the microdermabrasion treatment as this procedure stimulates your skin to create more collagen. The collagen then can help to slow down the development of imminent future wrinkles and fine lines at the same time making the skin more supple and younger looking.

After each treatment, your skin may be a little red or there may be slight bruising treated area of the face. These conditions should subside and fade away within a day or two. Right after the treatment, your skin will be a little more sensitive to sun exposure and so slapping on some sunscreen after the procedure is highly recommended.

1) Will consuming more Vitamin C from natural foods and supplements help to prevent wrinkle formation or even eradicating wrinkles?

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant among many others and is easily available in natural foods and in supplement form. Because of its inherent antioxidant efficacy, on the face of it, the vitamin is sometimes considered a good fix to skin damages done by ranging free radicals.

Well, the case is just not as simple as simply having an orange squash or popping a pill or two every day. If it is just that simple, wrinkles and skin blemishes caused by the free radicals should be a thing of the past, shouldn't they?

You see, our bodies in order to protect themselves will prioritize and deliver dietary Vitamin C to the other more vital parts of the body which also need the vitamin such as to our internal organs. Because of this selective distribution of the vitamin, the skin may not get quite enough of the vitamin to regenerate itself more thoroughly since the skin is of less importance and thus is at the lower rung of the distribution chain.

Furthermore as we age, our blood vessels tend to constrict. This again will impede the delivery of the vitamin to the skin effectively. So in order to get the vitamin to the skin in more effective ways, it is better to take oral Vitamin C supplement and at the same time also apply topical applications directly to the damaged skin to be absorbed to the area.

One of the better way to do topical applications is to use Vitamin C infused dermal patches rather than just topical creams, gels and serums. The reasons being that the dermal patches cannot be washed or rubbed off accidentally and so the delivery into the skin is more stable, reliable and sustainable. Furthermore, it can also be timed released and slowly and consistently infusing the vitamin into the skin all day and night continuously unabated.

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