It was the day of the casting in of ballots for Prettiest Mom, it was an annual competition we held in our company to encourage mommies to look their best at all times. There was a problem though, mommies like me, couldn’t help but acquire these wrinkles. And what’s more, is that they show up in the most unwanted area of all, the forehead. So okay, I was in for the competition but I didn’t know how to prepare myself, I’ve started working for the company ever since I turned 23 and I’ve been working in the company for 15 years already. There were younger mommies than me and I had to find a way on how to remove forehead wrinkles.
Now, there are lots of ways to remove forehead wrinkles, and you just have to choose from among the two, it’s either you conceal them or get rid of them (as of the moment that would be, after all wrinkling is a part of aging). So for the benefit of other mommies like me, I decided to write up and include both strategies on how to remove forehead wrinkles. For concealing forehead wrinkles, all you need to do are the following: Continue reading
Every time I check for an advice on proper skin care, I can always encounter counsels on keeping the skin properly hydrates. It is maybe because dehydration wrinkles are the most common form of skin wrinkles especially in the areas around the eyes.
Our body’s capability to retain moisture decreases as we get older. This is the reason why our skin becomes dehydrated giving us a dry and wrinkling skin.
With this, I think it is very vital for us to know how to properly keep our skin hydrated. Let’s make some self-check. Continue reading
Are you fond of using tanning lotions and doing tanning activities? If you are, then I know you are interested to know whether or not does tanning cause wrinkles.
Tanning actually poses a lot of risks. As mentioned in the website of the US FDA, some of the risks of tanning include sunburn, suppression of the immune system and premature aging. All of these three risks pose major impact on the probability of wrinkle-formation.
Exposing your skin to UV rays (from sun or even from tanning booths) could result to skin damages. UV rays damages the structure of skin tissues causing the skin to lose its natural elasticity, integrity and strength. This would later on result to the wrinkling of the skin. Continue reading