Wrinkles Write for Us: Age-related wrinkles are particularly noticeable on skin areas exposed to the sun, such as the face, neck, hands, and forearms.
Sun exposure significantly contributes to wrinkles, even though genetics mainly control skin color and texture. It is especially true for those with light skin tones. Smoking and pollution are additional causes of wrinkles.
Creases that could crop up
Forehead lines: run horizontally across the top of the T-zone
Worry lines: create an “eleven” between the brows
Bunnies: etch the bridge of the nose horizontally between the eyes
Crow’s feet: radiate from the outer corners of the eyes
Laugh lines: also called nasolabial folds, create parenthesis around the upper lip
Lip lines: form vertical hatches around the perimeter of the mouth
Marionette lines: frame the chin vertically, and as the cheeks droop, jowl wrinkles form.
Dynamic wrinkles. They grow as a result of frequent facial movements. For instance, you might develop lip wrinkles if you constantly pucker your lips over a straw.
Static wrinkles. They are the result of gravity taking control and a loss of flexibility. Jowl wrinkles are static wrinkles.
Over time, dynamic wrinkles may transform into static ones. Delicate smile lines become more pronounced nasolabial folds as we age and our cheeks lose plumpness.
Deep, coarse wrinkles
The folds and lines on your skin are called wrinkles. Around your eyes, lips, and neck, wrinkles may become deep crevices or furrows that are particularly obvious.
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