The way you take care of your skin can also make a difference to the appearance of wrinkles. Regular skin cleansing can help, although cleaning your face too often can rob the skin of natural oils and moisture that can help prevent wrinkles. While there's also plenty of anti-aging creams out there, a simple moisturiser can make a big difference if used regularly.
There has been a considerable amount of research into various topical treatments which can be used to help ease the appearance of wrinkles. Most of these are included in the various over the counter anti-aging products that are widely available.
The FDA have approved Retin A as a topical treatment for wrinkles, and the prescription cream can be used to treat both fine lines and moderate wrinkles.
It has been shown to be effective at treating a number of the signs of aging, and can be used to clear up wrinkles, add volume to the skin and can even help restore facial contours. Some of the more commonly targeted areas include improving the appearance of smile lines and lipstick lines, reducing the appearance of crow’s feet, lip enhancement, reducing the appearance of wrinkles on the forehead and to restore the jaw line.
One of the things that tends to put people off of cosmetic procedures is the thought that there may be some risks or complications involved with the treatment. The Restylane procedure only involves a few simple injections and is a fairly straightforward treatment, meaning that the risk of any complication is fairly low.
There are more options than ever for improving the appearance of your skin and the combination of a healthy diet, taking simple preventative measures and taking advantage of new cosmetic technology you can stay looking younger for longer