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How To Get Rid of Forehead Wrinkles at Home

March 25, 2019

How To Get Rid of Forehead Wrinkles at Home

Wrinkles can develop for a number of reasons. The most common reason is simply old age. As people age, their skin loses some of its elasticity. Facial expressions can also lead to the development of lines and folds on the face (especially around the eyes, forehead and mouth). But are wrinkles permanent? They don’t always have to be. Here are a few things you can do to get rid of forehead wrinkles at home.

  1. Keep Your Skin Hydrated 

Have you ever noticed how prominent your wrinkles appear when you’ve had too little to drink? Chronic dehydration (consistently consuming less water than your body needs to function optimally) has been linked to wrinkles and other skin issues. When your body consistently receives too little water to replace what it uses throughout the day, it must give priority to your vital organs. This means your skin won’t receive the hydration it needs to maintain its elasticity and health. 

In addition to drinking sufficient water, you can keep your skin hydrated by applying a moisturizing formula that contains hyaluronic acid. This incredible ingredient can hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water and is highly valued in the beauty industry for its hydrating capabilities. Matrixyl 3000 is a non-greasy serum that contains 1% hyaluronic acid along with other ingredients that are known to fight wrinkles. Gently smooth a few drops of the serum onto your face each day, concentrating on deep forehead wrinkles and areas with fine lines.

  1. Exfoliate Once a Week

Botox is a popular treatment for facial wrinkles. It works by temporarily disabling the facial muscles that contribute to wrinkle development (such as the muscles that cause large forehead wrinkles). It works temporarily, but can be expensive. Is there an alternative to botox? While there aren’t any safe at-home muscle-injecting procedures that function like botox, there are other ways you can minimize the appearance of forehead lines.

Exfoliating once a week (at a minimum) is an effective way to remove the dry and aged outer layers of your skin to reveal the more youthful, elastic skin hiding underneath. You can exfoliate using either physical or chemical exfoliation formulas. Be aware that harsh scrubs containing hard ingredients like walnut shells can be damaging to the skin. Use gentler formulas to get the results you want without sacrificing the health of your skin in the process.

  1. Consume and Apply Antioxidants

Antioxidants are your skin’s best friend and should be taken both orally and topically. Antioxidants protect the skin by impeding damage from molecules called free radicals. Dietary sources of antioxidants include berries, kidney beans, pecans, dark chocolate, cilantro and artichoke. 

In addition to adding antioxidant-rich foods to your diet, it is also wise to apply them directly to your face. Rather than slathering berries and other richly pigmented foods on your forehead, select cosmetic products specifically formulated for their antioxidant properties. Coenzyme Q10 serum is an anti wrinkle serum that contains a variety of wrinkle-fighting ingredients, including CoQ10 (a known antioxidant). 

Who says you need to visit an expensive spa or receive invasive treatments to rid yourself of forehead wrinkles? Try these at-home methods to minimize unwanted facial lines and improve your skin.





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