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Forehead Wrinkles - Causes And Treatments.

Updated on July 2, 2011

What causes Forehead Wrinkles?

There are mainly two types of Forehead Wrinkles that you can get on the face such as horizontal lines and vertical lines which are commonly found between the eyes.These wrinkles are usually caused by repetitive expressions, which can be brought on by anger and being worried.

Over time these type of wrinkles can get deeper within the skin and individuals can become quite self conscious over them. As we get older it is only natural that we get wrinkles and this is due to losing elasticity within the skin.We can also lose collagen and can make you have the appearance of sagging of the skin.

There are many other causes of why we get forehead wrinkles such as genetics,weather condition,lifestyle habits,smoking,drinking and stress.If we minimize these causes from our daily lives, we should see a small improvement. There are also many wrinkle and fine line treatments out in the market today that you may want to try.

Forehead Wrinkles.
Forehead Wrinkles.

Treatments For Forehead Wrinkles.

Depending on how deep your forehead wrinkles are and how they effect you on a daily basis, there are many types of treatments available. Surgery is one option that can remove wrinkles from the face, in particular the forehead. This is done usually just under the hairline and no visible scarring can be seen.

But there are less invasive options that you can take such as botox. Botox has been quite popular in the last few years and can reduce the appearance of fine lines.It works by relaxing the muscle and smoothing the skin out in the chosen areas.This kind of treatment is only temporary and you may need multiple treatments every few months.

There are also creams that can help with your wrinkles on our face. These creams can be very effective if used on a regular basis. The best types of creams that should be used are the ones that have natural organic ingredients in them and contain no chemicals.

No matter what kind of treatment that you choose, it is best to try each treatment first and see which one suits you and what you are comfortable with.

Face  Firming Exercises
Face Firming Exercises

Face Firming Exercises

Doing Face Firming Exercises can also reduce the amount of wrinkles and fine lines on the face and also tone the face as well.

Exercises designed for the face, are supposed to relax the muscles in the face and minimize the chances of getting fine lines and wrinkles. They do not take long and can be done in your own home.

An exercise that you can do at home to help forehead wrinkles is to put your two fingers from each hand just above your eye brows. Then raise your eye brows and at the same time you can put press your fingers down while doing this action. Do this exercise for approximately 5 seconds and do it 5 times in a row.

You will need to do face firming exercises every day to see the benefits of this exercise, so it is important that you are patient. After a few months you should see less fine lines and wrinkles on the forehead and face as well as a more toned face.

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      Lauri Hersh 

      7 years ago

      The Sun's UV rays and stress are the common causes of wrinkles. You may prevent these wrinkles by using natural remedies. There some of us who want to undergo beauty surgeries from dermatologists for fast results. By the way, Wellington is one of the places known for beauty expertise.

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