Tuesday, November 10, 2015

What To Do About Your Wrinkles

Actress Kristen Johnston says wrinkles are hot. Kristin Davis says smile lines are beautiful. For men, maybe, but for us ladies, definitely not!

Wrinkles are what many women struggle against daily. Makeup can cover lines and creases to a certain extent, but it's just not that effective unless it's been expertly applied and is long lasting. There are more effective solutions, brought to you by the cosmetic medical industry, but may sound a little odd to you. How about one of these?

Keep Your Skin Smooth With These Wrinkle Treatments:
1. A poison: When you get right down to it, BOTOX is a poison, but that's why it's so effective at treating wrinkles. Featuring botulinum toxin, it is injected into the muscle that is primarily responsible for making the wrinkle or crease in the overlying skin, relaxing it so that it doesn't contract as much. BOTOX is FDA approved as a wrinkle treatment for frown lines, crow's feet and forehead lines. BOTOX (as well as other products featuring botulinum toxin, like Dysport) is considered the top cosmetic medical treatment in North America according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. There were over 5.3 million procedures
performed in 2010. Looks like this poison's popular!

2. Snake or bee venom: With the popularity of BOTOX, cosmetic manufacturers are scrambling to find alternatives that work in the same way - which is how snake or and bee venom have become the products of choice for many celebs, including Victoria Beckham, Kate Middleton and Naomi Campbell. Call it a topical version of BOTOX, since they all come in cream/serum form.

3. Hyaluronic acid: Add a little more hyaluronic acid in your skin through an injectable filler, and you'll find your wrinkles smooth away. Hyaluronic acid binds to water, and more water in your skin means more suppleness and volume - which is how the wrinkles are smoothed out. You can even enhance your facial contours, making them more prominent.

Stacie Morris is a writer for Botox Ottawa. Stacie's primary concern? Wrinkles, of course! Her favourite treatment is a customized skincare regimen at home (which includes peptide-rich products) and Botox.

References: ASPS 2010 Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Statistics Visit Here

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  1. Very interesting article. I'm pretty young, but never too early to start a proper skin care regime to combat wrinkles and other skin problems.

  2. I'm just going to have to love my wrinkles - very, very sensitive skin. I can't even wear make-up so "poison" and "acid" are not going near it!

  3. I've got some time left before I'll need to start worrying about wrinkles, but as Marisa said, it's never too early to start.

  4. I still don't have wrinkles, but I'm using hydrating face cream every day for years now ;) Gotta stay perdy :)

  5. I haven't even heard of this BOTOX before. Is this a new product?

  6. snake venom? really? have there been studies done to identify the long term effects of this or botox? or is it too new? or do people not care, because they just want to look good now?

  7. Its amazing, looking at the time and effort you put into your blog and detailed information you provide. I'll bookmark your blog and visit it weekly for your new posts.

  8. oh my god, the treatments and the items which you have mentioned over here are very strange and I even dangerous and they won't give permanent solution to your problem

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  9. Before using any treatmets related to your skin, it is important to consult the expert because the skin types are different of every person and so the treatments should be accordingly chosen,

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  10. This is an excellent blog that helps you to get rid of wrinkles. I am bookmarking this page and expecting more such useful information in the future.

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  11. The information about the venom is new for me that its used for treating wrinkles however I have had the Botox treatment at http://www.cosmedocs.com/ which do work in keeping your wrinkles at bay and feeling young and youthful.