Wrinkles are a natural part of aging, but that doesn’t mean you look forward to seeing them. For many women, the appearance of forehead lines and frown lines can feel like the end of the world.
You may be wondering where they came from or, more importantly, how you can get rid of them. Fortunately, we have the answers to both of those questions.
What causes frown lines?
There are a variety of potential causes for frown lines and what causes them for one person may not be the same for another. The most common causes include:
- Aging. When you age, you lose elasticity in your skin. This can cause wrinkles and facial lines to stay in place for a longer period of time.
- Genes. Your genes can determine your skin type, which may make you more susceptible or more resistant to wrinkles.
- Repeated facial expressions. Facial expressions and low elasticity are often the reason why everyone’s wrinkles form differently. You may be more susceptible to laugh lines or frown lines depending on how often you make those expressions.
- Smoking. Smoking is not only bad for your heart and lungs, but it’s also bad for your skin because it displaces the oxygen in your skin. This causes premature aging alongside fine lines around your lips from the smoking the cigarette itself.
How can I get rid of frown lines?
There are different wrinkle treatments available if you want to get rid of your frown lines. Injectables are one of the most popular methods because they’re quick and effective.
For instance, Botox can be performed in a single, often short, appointment and the effects can last for up to six months at a time. Botox relaxes the muscles in your face, which helps keep your frown lines at bay.
Where can I find wrinkles treatments for sensitive skin?
Wrinkles can be divided into two functional categories: fine surface lines and deep furrows. Although injectables for wrinkles can be used to get rid of forehead lines and fine lines, it can be challenging to find wrinkles treatments for sensitive skin that won’t cause you to break out.
Fortunately, we has FDA-approved treatments for all skin types. To learn more about our treatments for frown lines and other types of wrinkles, contact us today.