What Can I do About Wrinkles?
You’re not alone. There comes a time when every woman asks herself: What can I do about wrinkles? If there’s a public enemy number one when it comes to our skincare and beauty routine, it would have to be wrinkles. And what’s even more unfortunate about wrinkles is that they are not just one, common enemy. Rather, they come in all kinds of shapes and sizes depending on what they look like and where on the face they reside.
If there’s any good news, there’s probably an answer no matter what type of wrinkle you are coping with. We spoke with the skincare and beauty researchers at Callysee Cosmetics to find out how to fight them.
#1 Fine Lines
Fine lines are the tiny lines that begin to populate the face as a precursor to wrinkles. Sunscreen to prevent sun damage that turns fine lines into wrinkles is step number one in fighting back. It’s also important to moisturize every day to keep the skin nourished and youthful-looking.
Where skin is pressed together over time, permanent creases are the eventual result. These often occur on the cheeks or neck. Choose a moisturizer with powerful wrinkle-fighting ingredients like coffee to fight back. Callyssee Cosmetics Rich and Creamy Moisturizing Night Cream is a good choice.
#3 Crow’s Feet
The eyes are one of the most expressive parts of the body, but the unfortunate side effect of a lifetime of bright, vibrant eyes is crow’s feet around their perimeter. Get a product that targets the eyes like Callyssee’s Doppio Firming Eye Cream or Doppio Firming Eye Serum.
#4 Smile Lines
Like the eyes, the mouth can eventually bear the brunt of a lifetime of facial expressions with the tiny wrinkles known as smile lines. You can try Callyssee’s Double Shot Instant Face Lift for a quick pick-me-up for your entire face.
#5 Gravitational Folds
As time passes, gravity can lead to droopy skin and wrinkles. You can try Demitasse Firming Facial Serum to fight gravity over time.
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