How to get rid of forehead wrinkles

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How to get rid of forehead wrinkles
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Repeated facial expressions lead to wrinkles over time. The forehead is particularly susceptible to wrinkles, because of the variety of muscle movements. When we are surprised, worried, upset, happy or mad, our foreheads move, and wrinkles often become apparent. You can get rid of forehead wrinkles through different treatment methods.

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Things you need

  • Wrinkle-treatment cream

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Apply wrinkle-treatment cream that contains hydroxy acids to your forehead daily.

  2. 2

    Drink at least 1,892ml. of water daily. If you consume lots of caffeinated beverages, increase your water intake.

  3. 3

    Ask your dermatologist if Retin-A would be a good choice for you.

  4. 4

    Talk to your dermatologist about Botox injections, which temporarily paralyse the muscles that cause forehead movement. If you wish to maintain the results, you must receive new injections every three to six months.

  5. 5

    Use chemical peels that remove the top layers of skin. Discuss the type of peel that might be appropriate for your situation with your dermatologist.

  6. 6

    Talk to your doctor about cosmetic surgery.

Tips and warnings

  • Wear sunscreen religiously. The sun is a major cause of wrinkles, so it's important to protect against future wrinkling. Wear sunscreen daily and a broad-rimmed hat on particularly sunny days.
  • Eat a well-balanced, nutritious diet. Proper nutrition is key to young-looking, radiant skin.

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