A wrinkle, also known as a rhytide, is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. Skin wrinkles typically appear as a result of aging processes such as glycation, habitual sleeping positions, loss of body mass, or temporarily, as the result of prolonged immersion in water. Age wrinkling in the skin is promoted by habitual facial expressions, aging, sun damage, smoking, poor hydration, and various other factors.
Many women in their forties, have to face the first appearance of wrinkles. In some women these wrinkles are less visible, and in some they are more pronounced. However one thing is sure, every woman wants to get rid of them. Wrinkles mainly happen on the parts of the body that get the most sun exposure, including the face, neck, the backs of the hands, and the tops of the forearms.
Wrinkles fall into two categories: fine, surface lines and deeper furrows. If your wrinkles bother you, or if you’re looking to prevent them in the first place, you have options. When it comes to fixing the deep wrinkles you already have, you are not going to to find your miracle cream in the department store aisle. You’re just not. I don’t care what the Oil of Olay and Neutrogena commercials tell you. These creams may temporarily plump up skin and smooth out the finest of wrinkles, but not the deep wrinkles. The first line of defense against wrinkles is prevention by staying out of the sun. You can make a few lifestyle changes or try natural or over-the-counter remedies to get rid of deep skin wrinkles. The treatments may take a bit of effort, but you’ll save money and avoid time-consuming and possibly painful visits to the dermatologist.