This is a continuation of the previous article on wrinkles and how they come up. Please refer back to the article for a clarity regarding this issue.
As we earlier discovered how wrinkles are found and the length, they go and make as appear as old as possible. There are more factors that we need to be careful about. Talk of stress, free radicals, lack of nutrition, rapid weight loss, pollution, sedentary life, poor nutrition etc. wrinkles not only appear on the face but also on the neck, hands and upper arms. So let’s treat the wrinkles before they snatch our beauty.
To be wrinkle free face, most of us especially women opt for dermal fillers, Botox injections and many other dangerous methods the come along with loads of side effects. Off course, the scientific methods work a great one but before that let’s look and do the natural home remedies.
There are three major ways you can prevent or reduce the wrinkles:
- Milk powder mixed with honey – apply it on the face
- Pineapple juice and the pineapple fruit contain vitamin C, which is great for the skin.
- Mash banana – apply it on the face
- Green tea taken daily hep detoxify your skin.
- Eat a tomato daily
- Take more than 2 litres of water in a day.
- Coconut Oil, beetroot and carrot juice mixture applied daily reduces wrinkles.
- Favam Oil
- Olive Oil-hydrates and returns the lost moisture on your skin.
- Sunscreen-apply it when under the sun mostly after two hours for it to be effective.
- Almond Oil-best with wrinkles under the eyes.
- Cosmetic surgery and other medical procedure
- Topical retinoids are derived from vitamin A. They reduce fine wrinkles, some pigmentation and skin roughness. The medication is used on the skin care program. The possible side effects are dryness, itching, a burning sensation, tingling and redness.
- Over-the-counter (OTC) wrinkle creams vary considerably since the active ingredient concentration is significantly lower than a prescription one.
The modest result may be obtained from retinol, alpha hydroxyl acids, kinetin, coenzyme Q10, copper peptides and antioxidants.
In case of result, they do not last long.
- Cosmetic surgery
- Laser therapy
This is meant to stimulate the development of new collagen fibres, where laser, light source and radiofrequency (RF) treatment destroys the outer layer skin with a laser beam, while the dermis or underlying skin is heated up.
- Chemical peels
This involves applying of a chemical solution to wrinkled areas, causing the dead skin to shed and eventually peel off. The regenerated skin tends to be smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin.
This is where soft tissues fillers such as collagen, hyaluronic acid and fats are injected into deeper face wrinkles, plumping and smoothing them out and giving the skin more volume.