Don't you ever wish there could be an iron to press out all your fine lines and wrinkles?
Most people notice the initial development of fine lines and wrinkles around their mouths, eyes and on their necks in their early 30s. Unfortunately fine lines are an unavoidable part of the aging process, but that doesn't mean you can't prolong the aging process.
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Fine lines refer to small wrinkles that are caused by the contraction of facial muscles from years of smiling, squinting, frowning or applying makeup roughly. As facial muscles contract, they pull on the surrounding skin and cause a line. Unlike wrinkles, fine lines are barely visible when you stretch the skin of your face.
Wrinkles develop when muscles that control scowl lines - for example on the forehead - keep compressing even when the muscle is resting. As a result, fine lines transform into deeper lines, then, eventually, unpleasant wrinkles result.
Thanks to skin care technologies, scientists have formulated a variety of anti-aging creams and lotions, firming creams and painless plastic surgeries - including Botox injections, dermal fillers and face lifts - to work dramatically on reducing fine lines and renew your youthful appearance.
If you're not sold on the idea of surgery, the best way to delay the development of fine lines and wrinkles is to avoid overexposure to harmful UV sunlight, apply sunscreen, consume a healthy diet with drink lots of water, and moisturize twice daily.