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How Should You Tackle Your First Fine Lines?

Spotting your first wrinkle can be a bit of a shock, but there are still plenty of things you can do to protect your skin from the ageing process. You can also use treatments like wrinkle fillers to tackle the fine lines that are already forming.

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Change Your Skincare Routine

Our skin changes as we get older, so our skincare routines need to change too. Once you start seeing the first lines forming, it is important to ensure that you are using the right products. You may have been using the same moisturiser for years, so you should consider whether it’s still doing the job. Look at what’s available and try out a few alternatives to see what suits your skin. You might need a richer moisturiser, a higher SPF for sun protection, or some extra products to fill and smooth away your wrinkles.

Improve Your Lifestyle

Making some other changes to your lifestyle can also help to improve the condition of your skin:

  • Eat a healthy diet with lots of fruit and vegetables
  • Drink lots of water to keep your skin hydrated
  • Get plenty of sleep to reduce the appearance of fine lines around your eyes
  • If you smoke, give it up, especially if you’ve noticed lines forming around your lips

Find the Right Cosmetic Treatment

You can also take a more direct approach to tackling your first fine lines. Several types of cosmetic treatments are available that can help to smooth the lines away or to prevent them from getting deeper

  • Botox: Botox treatment can be a good idea if you want to prevent your fine lines from getting worse. Botox relaxes the muscles, preventing them from contracting and furrowing the skin further.
  • Wrinkle Fillers: Even the finest of lines can be smoothed away with wrinkle fillers, which come in different forms for treating lines of different depths.
  • Facials and Other Cosmetic Treatments: Getting a facial can improve the condition of your skin and help to protect it against further damage. Other treatments such as chemical peels might also help to make the surface of your skin smoother. Ask the experts for advice on which treatments will work best for you.

 

 

 


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