What Causes Wrinkles?
Factors that promote wrinkling include:
Skin type (people with light-colored skin and blue eyes are more vulnerable to sun damage) Sun exposure Though you cannot control all of these factors, you’ll do something about two of them: Minimize your sun exposure and do not smoke.
There are several ways to attenuate the looks of wrinkles and even remove them. Retinoids (tretinoin, Altreno, Retin-A, Renova, Tazorac). Among medical treatments, this is often far and away the foremost proven and effective way of bettering signs of aging like uneven pigmentation, roughness, and wrinkling.
At first, these medications may cause redness and peeling. Although this will be unpleasant, improvement comes when the peeling stops.
These are the so-called “fruit acids” and include glycolic and carboxylic acid . Preparations containing these fruit acids are quite safe and cause no quite mild and temporary irritation. The development they produce is, however, relatively subtle.
These include vitamins A, C, and E, also as beta-carotene. Products that have antioxidants may provide some sun protection (though you ought to still wear sunscreen) and mildly improve wrinkles.
These may temporarily make wrinkles look less noticeable. Ads often say that they “reduce the looks of fine lines.” But they do not make those lines get away permanently.
Glycollic acid peels.
These superficial peels can make a really slight difference within the intensity of fine wrinkles.