Fine lines and wrinkles - we are all afraid of them, but they are a natural part of aging.

You may be surprised to learn that collagen and elastin (protein fibers that keep your skin plump and firm) begin to decline in production as early as your teens, and most people begin to notice that fine lines begin on their faces around the age of 25.

The first place most people will start noticing these fine lines is the skin around the eyes, because the skin there is noticeably thinner than the skin on the rest of the face and can wrinkle faster.

Fortunately, these days there are many ways to slow down the noticeable rate of skin aging, both at home and in the clinic. Although prevention is always better than cure, there are even treatments that can reverse the signs of aging that may already be present.


As we age, the production of collagen and elastin, proteins that give the skin a youthful, supple and radiant appearance, naturally slows down.

The skin becomes less elastic, less resistant to change and more fragile. In addition, as your skin ages, it naturally produces less natural oils, which makes the skin look drier, highlighting the appearance of wrinkles.

The aging process also sees a reduction in adipose tissue that lives in the deeper layers of your skin - and while most of us strive for a lower body fat percentage, when it comes to the face, we need some adipose tissue to give a plump and youthful appearance to areas such as the cheekbones.

When we start to see a decrease in this fatty tissue with age, the skin can start to look looser or flabby, which can cause more noticeable lines, wrinkles and stretch marks on the skin, especially on the face and neck.

Fine lines caused by sun damage

Ultraviolet radiation is the primary cause of premature aging of the skin, because UV light accelerates the natural aging process by breaking down the connective tissue of your skin (collagen and elastin fibers) within the deeper layer of the dermis.

Without these supportive, connective tissue fibers, your skin loses strength and elasticity - in other words, when you move it, it doesn't ‘bounce back’ the way you want it to. This leads to the fact that the skin begins to sag prematurely and wrinkle.

Fine lines caused by lifestyle

Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, stress, insomnia, poor and inadequate nutritional intake and hydration of the skin, it can accelerate the normal aging process and can contribute to the formation of wrinkles - if you need any extra motivation, to get your beauty sleep, drink another reason why it is so important to drink lots of water and eat your veggies!

Thin line caused by repeated facial expressions

Doing the same facial movements over and over, such as smiling, laughing and frowning, leads to fine lines and wrinkles.

Of course, we can't be expected to never move our face, but we can pay attention to the expressions we routinely make.

Every time we use a facial muscle, a groove forms under the skin surface and as the skin ages and loses its elasticity, it can no longer 'November back’ into place. These furrows then become wrinkles on your face.


The fine lines that form on our faces and necks are divided into two categories: dynamic and static.

Dynamic wrinkles develop from repeated facial movements (such as lip lines, which can occur from repeatedly drinking from a straw).

Static wrinkles, on the other hand, consist of a loss of elasticity of the skin and the effects of gravity - for example, wrinkles that come with the jaws.

Dynamic wrinkles can also become static wrinkles over time. For example, when thin smile lines, nasolabial folds become more pronounced, as our cheeks lose their fullness.

The most common areas of the face where you can develop wrinkles are:

Forehead lines that run horizontally along the upper part of the T-zone
Decubitus lines that scrape the bridge of the nose between the eyes
Worry lines that form ‘Decennials' between the eyebrows
Spreading out from the corners of the eyes, crows feed
Accent-forming laugh lines around the upper lip
Lip lines that form vertical lines around the mouth; and
Bottom lines that frame the chin vertically


Aging is inevitable, but fortunately, fine lines (and even deeper wrinkles!) if they're something that bothers you, they don't have to be a permanent fixture on your face.

How you treat your fine lines and wrinkles will depend on where your skin is during the aging process. If you are just starting to see fine lines forming, if you have some deep wrinkles that may need more aggressive treatment, a more gentle approach can give good results for you.

How to get rid of fine lines if they are just beginning to appear
First of all, make sure you always wear sunscreen - a broad-spectrum mineral cream with at least SPF 30+ will ensure that your skin is protected from harmful UV light that filters out the clouds.

You'll also want to make sure you get plenty of sleep, avoid stress as much as possible, enjoy a balanced diet, and drink plenty of water throughout the day - and so will your skin if you're dehydrated!

How to get rid of wrinkles that have been there for a while
In addition to doing all of the above, it's also a great time to add a gentle superficial exfoliant to your skin care routine, such as glycolic acid or salicylic acid. These acids gently remove dead skin cells and prepare your skin for hydration, keeping it smooth.

Use Retinol to fight fine lines

You may also want to start adding a retinol or Vitamin A derivative to your skincare routine that works to create a cellular cycle.

Because it is soft enough to be used daily, you can easily incorporate it into your nightly skin care routine and see great long-term preventive results that will help prevent the tides of wrinkles and keep your skin smooth, supple and youthful for longer!

Introduce Derma Rolling into your routine

And if you want to make it easier to enter the world of derma rolling... Dr. Taking a look at the Pen Derma Roller category is a great place to start. Since the derma roller is a manual device, it is a great place for beginners to start micro needling, as you can have complete control over the speed and pressure.

  • By rolling the drum over your skin (using the detailed instructions provided), you will enjoy the advantages of micro needling, which include:
  • Smoothing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improvement of textural irregularities and dullness
  • Smoothing dull skin
  • Reduction of stretch marks and loose skin
  • Improvements in the appearance of acne scars and other scars
  • Improvements in hyperpigmentation, redness and sun damage
  • Combined with the above, this is a great time to really fight wrinkles and bring some heavy-hitting treatments to turn back the clock!

Start micro needling!

If you have tried the derma roller or want something that will give you even better results, Dr. Take a look at the Pen Store microneedling pen range.

Unlike the Derma roller, micro needling pens are motorized and have a wider December of speed, depth and needle gauge, which gives you more control over your results and the areas you can target.

Micro needle pens work by creating microscopic holes in the skin, known as microchannels.

Although these microchannels are imperceptible to the naked eye, they try to trick the skin into thinking it has been injured, causing the skin to trigger a healing response, including increased cell turnover and collagen and elastin production.

Performed once a month, your skin will soon begin to show great improvements in texture, tone, and more importantly, the smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles that may appear.

Mikroigneleme penetrate skin and as a topical antioxidant serums are your skin care products, such as product allows for more penetration - wet the surface of the skin from the inside, instead of getting your products micro-channels with more of the components and thus allows it to be absorbed by penetrating deep into the skin for better results.

Use the right serums

When it comes to your serum with stabilized Vitamin C (such as those found in our vitamin C serum) neutralising free radicals because your skin of sun damage and environmental factors at the level of vital consider adding a vitamin C serum to provide additional protection. stimulating cellular turnover helps to give the appearance of radiant, radiant skin.

And make sure you don't skimp on moisturiser either - October in addition to your regular cream, add a dose of bonus Hyaluronic Acid, which plumps up the skin.

If you want to take your results even further, mikroigneleme, cosmetic injectable treatments (such as Botox or fillers on Nov deeper running) is also great when used as a complement to.


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