Wrinkles appear all over the body and come in two categories: small surface lines and deep furrows. No matter the severity or placement of your wrinkles, they can impact your self-confidence in your appearance. But there are numerous wrinkle treatment options to diminish the look of wrinkles to look younger.
Antioxidants such as vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene provide sun protection that better protects your skin from harmful rays and subtly improves the look of wrinkles, though you should still always wear sunscreen.
Using the right moisturizers can temporarily make fine lines appear less noticeable, though this is in no way a permanent solution. A solid skin routine started young can help prevent the development of fine lines and wrinkles, though.
Retinoids are a proven medical treatment that cause betterment of aging symptoms including roughness, pigmentation, and wrinkles. Retinoid medications set your skin through a cycle of redness and peeling, though you’ll see visible improvements at the conclusion of peeling.
Laser resurfacing is a treatment provided by doctors in which they encourage the production of collagen in the skin using lasers. Collagen plumps up your skin to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. There are a number of laser treatments available, each with varying effects, risks, and number of appointments.
Dermabrasion is slightly riskier. This process involves a skilled professional to essentially sand the skin. You should know that permanent scarring and permanent discoloration in the skin are possible with this treatment.
There are two types of injections that are effective treatments for wrinkles. You can opt for wrinkle fillers that fill in the furrows in your skin, or you can choose botulinum toxin or prabotulinumtoxinA-xvfs that relax muscles in the face that are responsible for fine lines around the eyes, frown lines on the forehead, and others.
Plastic surgery such as facelifts, browlifts, and others are the most extreme option available to you for fixing the appearance of wrinkles on your body. There are more severe risks associated with this treatment option, though your doctor can help you choose a procedure that will work best for your goals.