The appearance of the first wrinkles and other manifestations of aging is a process that can not be prevented and stopped. With age, folds of different depths begin to form on the skin.
The first wrinkles can appear even at a young age - these are the so-called mimic wrinkles.
Wrinkles appear due to the natural process of damage and rupture of collagen fibers that occurs with age. Despite the fact that the appearance of wrinkles on the face is a natural and inevitable process, modern aesthetic cosmetology and cosmetic industry offers a variety of procedures and preparations that maintain youthfulness of the skin as long as possible. Wrinkles on the face are of several types.
Types of wrinkles on the face
The folds on the face are distinguished by the depth of occurrence: there are superficial, and there are deep wrinkles; at the location - nasolabial wrinkles, folds on the forehead, wrinkles under the eyes, between the eyebrows; due to the formation - age related to the aging process, as well as dynamic - facial wrinkles.
In depth: superficial, middle and deep wrinkles
Wrinkles on the face are classified according to the depth of the bedding.
This is not just a conditional division, but a serious basis for choosing a method for correcting wrinkles on the face and prescribing procedures.
For example, if botox is effective for smoothing inter-brow wrinkles, biomination is more suitable for fighting nasolabial wrinkles, and wrinkle gymnastics is also effective.
In depth, wrinkles are distinguished for superficial, middle and deep wrinkles.
Superficial are folds that affect only the epidermis. These small wrinkles look like thin lines. Such wrinkles appear not so much because of the aging process, but because of dehydration of the skin. With intensive moistening of the skin, such wrinkles are usually amenable to correction. Another cause of the formation of superficial wrinkles on the skin is a thickening of the stratum corneum of the epidermis. To solve this problem, various types of surface and medial peelings are effective.
Median wrinkles on the skin (or dermal) are not formed on the surface, but reach the middle layers (dermis). They arise due to the deepening of epidermal wrinkles.
Deep wrinkles are pronounced folds, in the formation of which not only layers of skin take part, but also subcutaneous fatty tissue. The appearance of deep wrinkles occurs on the areas of natural skin folds - this is how nasolabial wrinkles are formed. In many respects the reason for the form