Wrinkles can't be avoided, but there are plenty of ways to minimize their appearance and prevent them from forming too soon.
Fine lines and wrinkles are most common on areas with regular sun exposure like the face, neck and hands. While the sun is a major cause of aging, genetics are the most important factor in how your skin ages. This is why it's important to create an anti-aging routine and stick to it.
You can treat wrinkles with topical treatments, injectibles and surgery. We always recommend trying topical treatments before going straight to cosmetic procedures. The most difficult part of finding the right skin treatments is knowing which ingredients to look for. Vitamin A or retinol can help address wrinkles and discoloration through skin renewal. If you're using a retinol, make sure you apply a sunscreen!
Glycolic and salicylic acid promote cellular turnover, which results in a reduction of fine lines and photoaging. Hyaluronic acid moisturizes and plumps the skin to create a fuller, healthier appearance in aging skin. Vitamin C supports collagen to thicken your skin and slow degeneration. We suggest finding a sunscreen, eye cream and facial treatment with ingredients like these to include in your daily routine.
Consult your physician or our Customer Care Team to find products for your skin type to maintain a healthy, youthful complexion.
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