A natural part of aging, wrinkles refer to the lines and creases that form in the skin. They are most prominent on sun-exposed skin such as the face, neck and hands.
There are 2 main forms of wrinkles – static and dynamic.
Static wrinkles are formed as part of the natural aging process and remains on the face even after relaxation of facial muscles and tend to deepen with age
Dynamic wrinkles are formed by reproducing facial movements like squinting and furrowing of brows and fades as quickly as they appear
Types of Wrinkles
Dynamic wrinkles caused by muscle activity that runs across the forehead.
- Sun exposure
- Dry and dehydrated skin
- Stay out of the sun. UV rays can increase inflammation and redness, possibly leading to post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation*
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- Moisturise regularly. Keeping skin moist can help to boost cell turnover and restore the skin’s lipid of fat barrier to help new skin cells stay healthy.
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* TIP: always apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher on a daily basis and re-apply if under prolonged sun exposure