Crying is man’s way of expressing different kinds of emotions. People cry when they are sad, when they are happy, or even when they are mad. Crying is one of the most displayed emotions in today’s world. When people are stressed and disappointed, they tend to cry. But the question is; what is it about crying that causes wrinkles? Does crying cause wrinkles?
I personally think that women are created to become emotional beings which is the reason why women are most likely to get concerned about the issue. I’ve visited blogs and forums with the questions “does crying cause wrinkles”? Well, none of those forums answered yes. But here’s a fact, when you cry because of anger or depression, it helps to relieve the pain you are feeling but it doesn’t help your appearance, at all. Your eyes get all bulgy and puffed up right after crying but you don’t have to worry because these are none but temporary signs that you’ve cried all night through. Continue reading
How do I prevent wrinkles? Let me count the ways. If you think it’s an easy task to prevent wrinkles, well, that is where you are going wrong. Wrinkles are a part of aging and we are all going to age someday. It’s your choice whether or not you are going to delay wrinkling or make them appear earlier than expected. I have been hearing elders talk about their choice of delaying the sign of aging, and most of them are using wrinkle reduction creams.
What is a wrinkle reduction cream anyway? How does it help in preventing and reducing wrinkles? What does it contain? Well, I used a little bit of help from Google and tried to ask him these questions. Fortunately, he answered. Wrinkle creams are composed mostly of the following ingredients, and here are their benefits, just for the information of many. Continue reading
Can we all avoid wrinkles? Yes, we can. Even though wrinkling of the skin is a natural process, yet we can still avoid it to occur at a very early stage.
Even a 20-year old can develop wrinkles even at that early stage. It can be a result of obesity, weight loss, unhealthy habits (smoking and drinking alcohol), excessive sun exposure and poor skin care. Continue reading