One thing is sure...if you live long enough, wrinkles will eventually form on your face and neck. Luckily, there are some things that you can do to fight back. Any article that looks at how to get rid of wrinkles would be incomplete, however, without first discussing the reasons for wrinkle formation.
There are three primary factors that contribute to wrinkle formation. We'll explore each one to see how they affect wrinkle formation.
The first factor is the free radicals that are formed on your skin from exposure to sunlight. Their one purpose in life is to attack and damage your skin cells. Crows feet around the corner of the eyes is usually the first sign of free radical damage. Free radical formation can be limited by always wearing sun screen when you're outside.
Collagen, a naturally occurring skin protein, controls your skin's elasticity. Your natural collagen production will begin to decline after the age of thirty. Using a collagen-rich skin care product will be the best defense against collagen loss.
The separate dermal layers of your skin are bound together with another protein called elastins. Elastins will become dry and brittle with age, causing "folds" in your skin. It is important to use an effective moisturizer to limit elastin issues.
There are other things that you should look for in a good anti wrinkle treatment. Anti-oxidant, such as vitamins A & E are essential for eliminating free radicals. It is also best if it contains serum albumen or another effective skin tightener. You should also look for ingredients that stimulate the production of collagen, like Matrixyl.
Disclaimer: This information is based on information freely available in the national press and medical journals that deal with skin care. Nothing herein is intended to be or understood to be any kind of medical advice. For medical advice the reader have to consult with his or her personal doctor or other medical specialist.