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How to reduce wrinkles and fine lines

Updated: Dec 6, 2022

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How to reduce wrinkles and fine lines

Wrinkles are little lines that form on your skin, they are most often found on your face, neck, hands and arms. They appear like folds or ridges on the skin, they are apart of the body’s aging process. Always remember it is never to early or late to prevent wrinkles and fine lines. Wrinkles and fine lines can always be reversed. There are products and treatments available to help improve your wrinkles.

Here is a list of things you should do to reduce or prevent your wrinkles:

· Avoid stress

· Quit smoking

· Stay hydrated

· Use high quality anti-wrinkle creams

· Add more antioxidants to your diet

· Avoid excess sun exposure

· Don't stress

· Dont use an excessive amount of cosmetics

· Get enough beauty sleep

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Forehead, Lip and Eye wrinkles are usually very common. The best way to prevent them is knowing the cause of them is. Overall wrinkles usually form as collagen breaks down in the skin.

Here is a list below with some of the most common causes of the breakdown of collagen and facial wrinkles:

· Stress

· Facial expressions

· Smoking

· Poor diet

· Genetics

· Sun exposure

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Common cause of wrinkles

Aging - As we mature our skin cells divide slowly this causes the outer layer of the skin to thin and form wrinkles. Once you reach your 30’s you lose around 1% of collagen each year.

Facial muscle contractions - You always use your facial muscles we do this daily to smile, frown or squint. Over time, these muscles will cause frown line between your eyebrows and crow’s feet and also at the corners of your eyes. This happens as the fat and bone mass start to weakened which effects the gravity of the skin.

Sun damage - Exposing your skin to the suns UV will cause your skin to age prematurely. The sun can damage your skins collagen - this is what provides the skin its elasticity and flexibility.

Smoking - Products that contain tobacco cause your body to slow down its collagen production this will slowly overtime cause your collagen to decrease and cause more wrinkles.

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Here are some home remedies to help prevent wrinkles:

Banana mask - Bananas contain natural oils and vitamins that boost skin health, the presence of potassium within the fruit acts as a moisturizing agent and provides proper hydration to skin cells.

Aloe Vera - helps keep the skin hydrated and increases collagen due to being an antioxidant. Aloe Vera also protects the skin against sunlight and prevents sunburns because of its anti-inflammatory properties.

Coconut Oil - will help to fade wrinkles and lines as coconut oil is moisturizing and hydrating for the skin. It also helps restores the skin’s elasticity.

Egg whites - tightens the skin and reduces wrinkle depth. They also produce collagen to help increase elasticity, allowing the skin to stretch.

Vitamin C - has a potent amount of antioxidants and serves as a protection against sun damage due to having anti-inflammatory properties. (Can be found it lots of fruits and vegetables).

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At home skin care routine

If you want to reduce wrinkles and fine lines or prevent them, it is important to look after your skin at home. We recommend using a good quality cleanser, exfoliator, moisturiser, and SPF for healthier and hydrated skin. SPF is key for protecting your skin from the sun’s rays, even in the winter months.

Using a cleanser will removing oil build up, toxins, bacteria and dirt from the skin. This will make your skin look and feel smoother and softer. After cleansing, it is great to exfoliation your skin. This is to remove dead skin cells and promote new healthy cells. This helps to make the surface of your skin smoother and healthier. Exfoliating will help reduces signs of ageing, pigmentation, and breakouts. It also allowing creams and lotion to absorb better, improving the skins hydration levels.

Using a daily moisturiser after cleansing and /or exfoliating will keep the skin hydrated and the skin’s barrier healthy. Apply a SPF daily will help protect your skin from UV rays coming from the sun. Sun damage is on of the most common causes for wrinkles, so this is an important part of your skincare routine. (I would always recommendation reapplying every 2 hours if you are in direct sunlight).

A cleanser, exfoliator, moisturiser, and SPF are the main products we would always advise you to use regularly on your skin. You can also use targeted serums and oils to help reduce and prevent the appearance of wrinkles. You can get anti-ageing serums, eye creams, lips creams, facial oils, day creams, and night creams. If you pick a good quality, recommended brand and use the product as directed - you can see some amazing results!

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Professional Facial treatments to combat wrinkles and fine lines

Having a regular facial treatment in a spa or salon is a great way to work on wrinkles and fine lines. Your therapist can focus on your concerned area and ensure the best products for your skin are used. At touch of Paradise, we offer a range of different facials. All facials are great for your skin’s health, hydration, and resurfacing. However, some facials are targeted for signs of ageing and wrinkles.

We have two facial which work on reducing the appearance of fine line and wrinkles, our Dermalogica ProSkin60 facial and our Elemis Pro-collagen Age Defy Facial. Both are excellent facials using some of the best facial products on the market. The products we use are picked to give to the maximum results and to suit your skin type. Both facials offer great results and will leave your skin feeling hydrated, healthy, and radiant.

To get the result your are looking for we would recommend having a facial every 2-4 weeks alongside your skin care routine at home. If you would like to book a facial treatment at Touch of Paradise, please click the button below to book in online, or email us at


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