Wrinkles are a natural part of aging and are most prominent on sun-exposed skin such as the face, neck, hands and forearms. Although genes are responsible for the structure and texture of the skin, sun exposure is a major cause of wrinkles, especially in people with white skin.Other factors, such as pollutants and smoking, can also cause wrinkles. If your wrinkles bother you, you have more options than ever to help smooth them out or make them less visible.Drugs, skin replacement techniques, fillers, injections and surgery are the most effective treatments for wrinkles. Wrinkles are the lines and creases that form in your skin. Some wrinkles can become deep crevices or furrows and may be especially noticeable around your eyes, mouth and neck.
As we grow older, our faces appear older. There are two main reasons, one is the formation of wrinkles, which are caused only by our daily facial expressions. The second is the changing contours of the face, which is due to the loss of elasticity and volume of the skin, leading to sagging. There are two basic proven treatments for wrinkles and facial rejuvenation, and it is often useful to combine both. One aims to minimize the power of the expressive facial muscles using Botox®, the other aims to provide support in certain areas by using hyaluronic acid, a gelatinous substance, it returns to the young state. As a bonus, the increased volume indirectly reduces wrinkles, as well as moistening and strengthening the deeper layers of the skin so that it can better protect itself from wrinkles. Traditional anti-wrinkle injections, which separate wrinkles and treat them separately, is now outdated.
Treatments for deep wrinkles include combination therapy, facial fat grafting, laser therapy and facelifts. Other deep wrinkle erasers include fillers, chemical peels and Botox. Using products that are especially designed to combat collagen breakdown, such as creams with retinol-based ingredients, helps with deep wrinkles. Lasers help with deep wrinkles as they penetrate deep into the skin, boosting collagen production and treating damaged skin. Nonablative lasers also help treat uneven skin tone, bumps on the skin and age spots. Lasers improve the skin tone immediately.
Anti-wrinkle Treatment with Botox
Many wrinkles are simply caused by the way we use facial muscles to express ourselves. Typical facial wrinkles with negative connotations are those between the eyebrows or between the eyes. These wrinkles make us look anxious and negative. Botox is ideal for removing facial wrinkles. One of the most famous products from active ingredients botulinum toxin botox. Botox is a protein made by bacteria that blocks nerve impulses from reaching muscles (or sweat glands). Depending on the dose, the use of certain facial muscles will reduce or block, and the areas associated with the face will relax, thereby smoothing the skin.
Anti-wrinkle Treatment with Hyaluronic Acid.
With age, static wrinkles occur in connective tissue due to volume loss and reduced elasticity, as well as gravity. Hyaluronic acid is an ideal filler for smoothing out static and deeper wrinkles and improving wrinkles and dents. Hyaluronic acid is a transparent gelatinous substance found naturally in humans and animals. Thanks to the new Pix ‘l needle, hyaluronic acid is easily and evenly injected into the skin, creating a soft, natural transition between treated and untreated areas. Particularly suitable for this type of anti-wrinkle treatment are softer wrinkles, such as crow’s feet or upper lip lines, mid-to-deep forehead wrinkles and wrinkles around the nose and mouth. In our practice, we don’t deal directly with wrinkles; Instead, fillers are usually placed in adjacent areas that were previously larger and indirectly affected the areas we were dealing with. In addition, modern hyaluronic acid products are ideal for lip fillers and plump earlobes.