Multiple Factors Now Found to Contribute to the Appearance of Wrinkles

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( — December 9, 2019) Wilmington, DE — The appearance of wrinkles is widely believed to be due to the aging process. While this is partly true, it is important to realize that there are actually other factors that contribute to the appearance of these skin imperfections.

According to experts, there are lifestyle and environmental factors that can contribute to wrinkles. Daily practices like highly animated facial expression and squinting can also increase the chances of wrinkles.

There are many people who spend a fortune just to get wrinkle-free skin. However, it is worth noting that making some simple tweaks on one’s habits can aid in maintaining a wrinkle-free skin. This is particularly true to individuals who have not yet reached the aging phase.

In terms of aging, it is worth noting that the skin naturally gets thinner and drier and many start losing its elasticity. However, even those who have not reached the aging process yet may get premature wrinkles. 

Surprisingly, a sleep position has been found to promote wrinkles. Experts warn that sleeping on the stomach or on the sides can put pressure on the face. When this happens, it leads to collagen breakdown that results in wrinkles. 

There are actually many other factors that can contribute to the appearance of premature wrinkles. Skin dryness is one as it leads to the reduced production of the skin’s natural moisturizer called the sebum. 

It is worth realizing that the sebum actually acts as a protection barrier for the skin against a range of threats. Experts strongly recommend moisturizing the skin to prevent wrinkles. It is also wise to avoid UV ray exposure.

Experts warn that UV rays in sunlight can penetrate the deepest layers of the skin and destroy collagen. This can result in the loss of elasticity. 

In addition to avoiding these culprits, it is similarly important to use some medicinal plants like aloe vera. 

For thousands of years, aloe vera has been used for a range of medicine purposes. Today, it is being widely studied by experts and is incorporated in a wide range of hair and skin care products.

Experts say that aloe vera could work wonders in moisturizing the skin. It can actually exert various mechanisms to fight wrinkles, and this is due to the 75 nutrients and 200 active compounds it contains.

Aloe vera may work in preventing and treating not just wrinkles, but also marks and scars. There are products today, like DermaSafe Stretch Mark and Scar Cream that could aid in delivering the skin healing benefits of this medicinal plant (

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