Got Wrinkles? Just Relax

It is believed that overuse of muscles is one of the leading causes of facial wrinkling. Every person’s facial expressions and muscle movements are different, creating unique wrinkle patterns on the face. When overused, certain facial expressions can cause those familiar frown lines between eyebrows, horizontal forehead lines and the much too popular crow’s feet around the eyes. In addition, squinting can lead to prominent facial lines and creases.

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So what is one to do? Well, one option would be to get a jump start on doing those facial exercises but if that does not suit your lifestyle or provide the results you were hoping to achieve, then another option would be to start a regular regimen of skincare that can focus on these particular issues. You don’t necessarily need an invasive procedure to get rid of skin wrinkles and creases. There is a way to soften and reduce these aging problems without the needle. Relaxation of the muscle will improve the lines or wrinkles that the muscle action has formed. One anti-aging eye formula that demonstrates this beautifully is the PRIORI Advanced AHA Smoothing Eye Serum. This serum has 11% LCA complex with a muscle relaxing hexapeptide to smooth eye area skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles while AHA’s rejuvenate the skin by exfoliating and moisturizing. Skin movement is simply smoothed and relaxed rather than inhibited as it would be with a procedure like Botox.

Wrinkles unfortunately happen to the best of us and we can’t just walk around being expressionless zombies, but on the bright side of things we do at least, have options on how we can reduce their appearance. Explore them and choose the one that best suits you.

Where do you get the most wrinkles on your face?

One Response to “Got Wrinkles? Just Relax”

  1. Pam

    I thought the #1 cause of wrinkles was the sun! I was taught to wear spf 45+ every day.

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