Wrinkles are described as straight lines, folds, creases, or ridges on the skin of the face. Our body, including the skin, is a dynamic, ongoing and fragile organism. Replicate extensions and compressions of the skin can damage the fibers in the dermis. But, you shouldn’t worry about that because the skin regenerates itself every 25 days! Yes, that’s right – you can say you have new skin every month, and it’s all a natural part of life. The Forehead Wrinkles problem occurs when broken elastic and collagen fibers are not regenerated and restored but replaced by altered fibers. And, this is how wrinkles appear – from incorrect repairs of injured elastic and collagen fibers.
Forehead wrinkles can be very noticeable, especially if your hairstyle is not covering that area. No matter how well you take care of your skin, wrinkles are inevitable, but what makes the forehead susceptible to wrinkling is partly due to the continuous furrowing of the skin due to expression changes.
Forehead wrinkles can develop as young as 20 years old and on the other hand, some people may not get them until they are much older.
There are several types of forehead wrinkles:
Atrophic Crinkles and Rhytids:
Fine lines that run parallel to each other, usually caused by weak skin elasticity and lack of firmness.
Permanent Elastic Creases:
Light creases that grow deeper and more visible with time. Sun exposure increases the appearance of these wrinkles.
Dynamic Expression Lines:
Caused by frequently occurring expressions. They usually appear at the side of the eyes (aka crow’s feet wrinkles), frown lines and the side of the mouth.
Wrinkles caused by gravity, where the thin folds of the skin droop.
The forehead has a combination of these wrinkles. Repairing the damage is possible by skin & surgery international.
Massages are a wonderful way to help your skin absorb everything better – both anti-aging creams and topical, homemade remedies for wrinkles. Additionally, a massage can increase your blood flow and bring more oxygen and nutrients to the skin. After all, do we really need to give you reasons for you to grab your favorite skincare cream and give yourself a facial massage.
Everyone keeps repeating that wrinkles are a natural part of aging because they happen as the skin gets drier, thinner, less elastic, and less able to repair itself from everyday damage. Taking good care of the skin, nourishing it and protecting it from extreme environmental conditions can help slow down this process, but at the end of the day, aging will leave its consequences. It’s worth to mention that genetics do play a role, and people with more flexible skin are less likely to develop wrinkles earlier in life.