Wrinkle Treatment: There is a Cure

One of the dreaded signs of aging is wrinkled, dull, and sagging skin. However, just because you are aging does not mean your skin needs to succumb to this dreaded state. A variety of safe and successful treatments are available to help improve and prevent the appearance of wrinkles.

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Medications to Help Treat Wrinkles

One of the best ways to treat wrinkles is simply by avoiding the sun and using sunscreen. If these actions are not taken, more aggressive wrinkle treatments may prove to be completely pointless. Daily moisturizing creams that include an SPF (15 or greater preferably) as well as hydroxy acids can also help treat wrinkles.

Wrinkles can be improved by using several different medications.

  • Topical Retinoid

When applied to skin, this treatment may be able to reduce fine wrinkles, splotchy pigmentation, and skin roughness. Retin A and Tazorac are two examples.

  • Nonprescription Wrinkle Creams

When applied to skin, anti-wrinkle creams can result in slight to modest improvements in wrinkles. The overall effectiveness of anti-wrinkle creams depends on the amount of active ingredients; Retinol, alpha hydroxy acids, kinetin, coenzyme Q10, copper peptides, and antioxidants are accepted active ingredients found in wrinkle creams.

The Wrinkle Cure: Enjoy Beautiful Skin

It is possible to have beautiful skin, despite the inevitable process of growing old. Wrinkles are like a disease, but the great news is there is a cure: The Wrinkle Cure, the ultimate skin care guide for wrinkle-free skin. Also, great is the fact that you do not need expensive or invasive procedures to achieve this ‘cure.’

Dr. Perricone has designed an innovative and natural way to help prevent signs of aging. By following the steps he provides in a user-friendly kit, it is possible to maintain and build smooth and beautiful skin. One of the products featured in this kit is Advanced Face Firming Activator that works to smooth wrinkles, minimize enlarged pores, and re-texturize skin resulting in a natural and healthy glow.

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  1. I’ve been playing arnoud with hair color since college when I first let my girlfriend dye my hair bluish black. The funny thing about that was my mother first noticed the newly double-pierced ear before noticing the hair color. But as the white hairs have forced their way into my field of vision I have been wondering if it’s just time to let go of the box of #660 deep burgundy. I’m not sure. It has been quite fun, however, dyeing B’s hair pink and then turquoise and recently purple. I really liked the purple Maybe one little streak to frame my face? elderj, thanks for the reminder that respect for our elders is Biblical and a reminder of how our American church experience affects our understanding of culture But both of you and your flattery godly version of Meryl Streep in the Devil Wears Prada and making going gray look stylish? You are both good friends to have Dee, thanks for your honest and personal comment. I have had many conversations with women about what it means to dress appropriately for your age and body type and the fine lines between vanity and style and competition and envy. I find it easier to draw lines for what I will and will not wear even though my daughter and I could probably share just about everything in our closets except our shoes. My 14-year-old can make some of my more classic pieces look fun and young and fresh. There are many pieces in her closet that are fun, young and fresh and best left on her. My personal rule has been just because you fit into it doesn’t mean you should wear it . It is far more difficult for me to draw those lines when it comes to cosmetics. Admittedly I have genetics in my favor. My grandmother does not look like she’s in her 80s. My mother doesn’t look her age either. Neither of them have ever had plastic surgery or a chemical peel but swear by cleansing and moisturizing. I don’t see the harm in SPF moisturizers or anti-wrinkle cream to keep things at bay. Those things cannot keep the inevitable from actually happening. But your comment about being examples of what normal, natural beauty looks like in our 40s, 50s, 60s gives me and the rest of us much to think about as ones created in God’s image.

  2. I have been using Shielo’s Anti-Aging Complexion Moisturizer for 6 weeks now and there is a noticable difference. Many of my fine line wrinkles have disappeared, specially around my mouth. Other wrinkles are less pronounced and visable. Use it!

  3. Help! I have old lady chest! My face looks great (as far as wrinkles go)and I am 36 years old. I have taken good care of my skin but neglected my chest and neck. I want it all to match! I want to test everything. All of it. I’ll try anything you send my way. Fix ME!

  4. I would like to be a tester. As a retired RN I am very interested in skin care. Would like to find something other then Retin A.

  5. My Dad is a retired Doctor and I am 58 years old. I have been using Retin A for quite a few years and would be interested in being a product tester to see if it works as good or better than Retina A .. Especialy the Eye area which it seems Retin A helps but I would like to find something better. I also have a age spot that still has not gone away with the use of Retin A. It lightened it but did not get rid of it ..

  6. [...] on the neck is thinner than on the face. When aging occurs, the fat around the throat is lost and wrinkles appear. When fat on the neck is lost, a “turkey neck” can appear. The first wrinkles to [...]


  8. I have not tried Perricone products at all. I am very interested to become a product tester. I have tried other anti-aging products. They made my skin feel great however there was no effect on ageing or looks. I would challange Perricone to prove what they advertise is true. I am open to trying new products, with my sensitive skin.

  9. I have the double curse of oily T-zone, with some large pores on my nose and cheeks; PLUS, very dry skin and wrinkles around the mouth, including vertical lines above the upper lip, and change in texture on the chin and to the sides of the mouth. The oily areas are not experiencing the change in texture which includes deep crevices from sun damage when I was in my early 20′s and invincible, living at high altitude in the Rocky Mountains very close to the sun. HELP. . . . . . .