Some say wrinkles are a part of aging you have to live with—but that doesn’t have to be the case!
The deep wrinkles associated with aging aren’t created in the outer skin layer: Repeating the same facial expressions impresses the wrinkles into the muscles, and because the skin is attached to the muscle, creases show up on the face.
But there is hope! Because the skin on face is attached to the muscle underneath, you can smooth creases in the skin by smoothing the muscles. Injections or fillers that give the appearance of smoothness are popular, but the creases beneath the skin keep getting deeper.
Facial Patches have been around for over 100 years and are a less invasive and natural way to smooth deep wrinkles. Massage and facial exercise are also preventive ways to smooth the wrinkles; massage your face daily and practice facial fitness.
Aging causes a loss of ceramides naturally found in the skin. The result is thinning of the skin's outer layer that weakens moisture-retention properties. Ceramides are found in high concentrations within the lipid (or fat layer) of the skin. Ceramides are one of the components that give skin a younger, fuller look. Dry, irritated and sensitive skin often lacks ceramides.
Using a daily moisturizer or serum with ceramides is a good way to soften wrinkles. Oat oils are high in vitamin E and ceramides, providing a skin smoothing effect. Eating foods high in ceramides like organic wheat and oats has been shown to benefit the skin. It takes two weeks for supplemental oils to reach the surface of the skin when consumed daily.
To eliminate the appearance of deep wrinkles, build the lipid layer with quality serums high in ceramides, reduce facial expressions, practice facial massage and facial exercises to keep the muscles toned and try Frownies Facial Patch to reverse deep expression lines or train muscles.