Wrinkles by age

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I noticed that within the last few months, fine lines appeared on my face; one by the eye and one by the laugh-line. I have no others anywhere (yet). I'm aware that smoking causes premature wrinkling. If I quit smoking now, will it cease the line progression? Can it reverse the existing lines? Thanks in advance.
As you grow older, your skin gets thinner, drier and less elastic. Wrinkles are caused by a combination of factors such as age, exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light, smoking or repeated facial expressions. Aside from botox injection or surgical procedures to remove wrinkles, medications such as topical retinoids and nonprescription wrinkle creams may be used. Discuss with your dermatologist which treatment option is suited for you.
I've been always wanting to get rid of wrinkles, black circles and 'tired marks' below my eye. (like that curve to clarify) I am only 17 years of age and this has bothered me for over a year now even though i drink lots of water and take plenty of rest. I am quite certain this is also nothing hereditary. I could easily go buy some anti-wrinkle cream for the eye but at such an early age I'm afraid to do so. Do you have any suggestions for what I should do. Thanks a lot i appreciate your help.
Hands are another dead give away of age and mine are thin skinned with blue bulging veins. My face and hands both show my age and then some, my face is gaunt, and the lines on my face are getting deeper. Moisturizers aren't helping much. Yes, I agree, better low cholesterol then worrying about my face, This aging thing sneaked up on me so I am still trying to get use to it, with little success.
Accutane shrinks the sebaceous (oil) glands so the skin will be dry during treatment but these lines are superficial dryness lines rather than wrinkles. Use a good moisturiser if you are troubled by dry skin whilst on Accutane. I have taken two courses of Accutane and have not developed wrinkles prematurely. Please see my pictures in my profile (I am 32). Eloise.
Guess what, all this doesn't do anything for the wrinkles. I still have deep wrinkles at age 35. So please don't give people the misinformation. These don't make much difference. I do have a great lean/muscular body but poor/dry skin (except that my acne is much less severe now).
I've been using pure alo vera gel to remove wrinkles under my eyes (hope that doesnt make the wrinkles worse). I'm hoping they heal and vanish after while since im only 20 and my skin is young. when my eyes are open and not scrunched up the wrinkles just look like lines but when i scrunch my face up they look a lot deeper and more defined.
They're just there. Ive also noticed that the head is more wrinkled - i am trying to keep it moist by putting vaseline on it but not really doing the trick. When erect it is fine. I understand that uncircumcised guys (which i was) will always have a smooth head as it is covered by foreskin. But how do lots of guys that are cut retain their smooth head. I know i am no spring chicken anymore but i dont want a penis head that will eventually look like a prune - lol.
It also doesn't explain why these wrinkles weren't present before the electrolysis treatment. I was also told by one doctor that the post inflammatory hyperpigmentation that I have is actually melasma. When I told him that I am past my reproductive years, he said that because I am half East Indian that I would be prone to it.
His scalp was red, tinder and inflamed all through his wrinkled area so I put some antifungal cream on his head and the irritation was gone the next day, his head was no longer tinder and those wrinkles went down by half.
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Ok, Im going to start looking into it more seriously and trying to save up more money for an adoption. But I don't think there is any chance I can ever quit smoking and its really not even worth me trying to quit smoking anymore. As far as trying to not make a big deal out of the fact that Im a smoker, do the adoption forms for most states have a blank that asks if you're a smoker?
Upper twenties The problem is much more pronounced on my index fingers with thumbs next most affected. The middle and ring fingers show the least creasing/lining (though still a little bit). This seems to indicate that the problem worsens with physical use of the fingers (frequent typing and mouse clicking in particular). I wash my hands fairly frequently, although I have cut back some recently. I have tried using some moisturizers, but so far they seem to have no discernible effect.
out of their rightful place by my vertebrae... and i dont want to complain..nor do i seek meds anymore at all except on rare occasion..I am really coming to the conclusion that I will keep it to myself...
I have been babysiiting for a month and don get *** much sleep now the lower part of my eyes are puffy and red and there are huge wrinkles that make me look like a basset hound, But I have been using baby wipes to wipe off my makeup and sometimes i rub my eyes with it so much they are red, could it be im tired or the baby wipes?
I am wrinkling like crazy for someone my age (just 22 years old) -- both fine and deep wrinkles. My crow's feet look like accordions. My skin feels thin. I get extreme inflammation upon contact with water (even cold water). I began taking adderall prescribed for ADHD last year. It has definitely worsened my skin. But to put it into perspective, I have a classmate who takes 10 times higher daily dose, and is 60 pounds lighter than me and a year older.
HI, Wrinkles are an age related problem. This can be tackled by drinking lots of water and a healthy diet and regular exercise. Also application of soothing creams and creams containing natural herbs like aloe vera and also creams containing vit A and vit E will help. Consult your Doctor. Take care & good luck.
Without knowledge of the twins’ smoking history, plastic surgeons then analysed the twins’ facial features, including grading of wrinkles and age-related facial features. The goal was to identify “specific components of facial ageing” that were affected by smoking. Scores on several measures of facial ageing were significantly worse for the smokers. The smokers had more sagging of the upper eyelids, as well as more bags of the lower eyelids and under the eyes.
the wrinkles are caused by dehydration, drink lots of water and you'll be fine once you complete your treatment they will go away or become less noticeable. this is my second time taking accutane. DRINK LOTS OF WATER!!!
What they do is essentially keep the pore from getting blocked (for those with acne) and stimulate new cell growth (for those with wrinkles) as cell growth slows when we age. So...I'm assuming the way it helps stretch marks is by stimulating new cell growth which has been damaged by the skin stretching...giving the skin a tighter,fresher appearance.
Hello, These wrinkles are age related in your case.Fine wrinkles can be decreased by adequate moisturisation and hydration.Bur for deep wrinkles,botox shots,microdermabrasion,dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid, collagen and Radiesse and laser treatment are used .I would suggest you to discuss about these treatment options with your dermatologist. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
I have been using 30% glycolic acid peels every two weeks and retin-a weekly under my eyes to try to get a firmer look and reduce the wrinkles. Am I doing more harm than good by thinning my skin? I am 53 and it seems like my under eye area is looking more gaunt with age- not a good look! What is a good regime which will also help to combat aging skin without being too aggressive? Also, what is your opinion on the use of Botox to combat wrinkles around the eyes? Thanks so much!
I'm only 22 and my parents doesn't have wrinkles at their age. I don't smoke,tan or drink. And I'm starting to notice lines on my forehead and all over my face. I feel like I look 35. The lines on my forehead are faint. But when i push down, its like a dent where the line is. I have wrinkles on my jaws, mouth and under eyes as well. And acne. I use to have such beautiful skin. Has anyone experienced this?
The entire shaft and length of my penis has the wrinkles, and it is noticably smaller now, as it folds into itself, into the wrinkles. Do you know what might be causing this?
The entire shaft and length of my penis has the wrinkles, and it is noticably smaller now, as it folds into itself, into the wrinkles. Do you know what might be causing this?
Does emphysema cause your skin to age? I was diagnosed 1.5 years ago and have seen a rapid decline in my skin quality, ie wrinkles and loss of elasticity. I wanted to know whether the emphysemas may be causing rapid "aging" or if it is a natural process of aging...I am 43 and now suddenly look like I am in my 50's. I am not asking for vanity reasons (although of course I am somewhat vain) but want to know if this is a symptom of the disease progressing.
Sun spots or lentigines, are harmless, flat, brown discolorations of the skin which usually occur on the back of the hands, neck and face of people older than 40 years of age. They are caused by the skin being exposed to the sun over many years and are a sigh of sun damage. The only way to prevent age spots is to use liberal amounts of sunscreen before the age of forty, avoid the sun, and wear protective clothing.
I have cautiously applied it occasionally when it has looked really bad but at the most 4 days in a row about two times a day. Recently I noticed that it looked as though the skin under his eyes had developed wrinkles. I searched the internet and read about skin thinning and I now fear this might have happened to my son. I stopped the cortisone and a week later I think it looks worse, more wrinkles but he is also having a flare up of his eczema right there so it is hard to tell.
Hi, How are you? After the age of 40 the brain volume reduces by 5% every decade. Stress and high BP are known to accelerate brain shrinkage in old age. Please make sure that she is physically and mentally active as much as possible keeping her age in mind. Physical exercise is known to reduce the rate of shrinkage of brain. http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2006/mar/08/health.longtermcare Take care!
Hello, You have not mentioned your age but increased wrinkling is common in advancing age. It can be due to dehydration and exposure to harsh soap and water. The other possibility is of aquagenic wrinkling of the hands and wrist which can be treated by 20% Aluminium Chloride Hexahydrate. Minimize contact with water and use mild soap like dove for washing. Also hydrate and protect hands and wrists by applying a moisturizing cream.
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