These parts of your face will suffer from wrinkles first
Natalia Broberg
Founder of FIT-FACES.COM
Ageing-related issues are not something to joke about; your skin will remind you now and then to how well you are ageing. We all wish to age gracefully and keep our best body shape and look. But, as we began to age, the skin tends to produce less collagen which is needed to make our skin look supple and smooth. The number of sweat glands decreases while the sebaceous glands present get bigger, and when there is less sebum production, our skin begins to dry up. When the skin starts to become thin and dry's up, this is when our face starts to develop wrinkles. But there are some places on our face where wrinkles tend to appear the most, and knowing this part can help you turn back the clock, so read on.

Lips

Lip wrinkle are common and they develop around the mouth, right from the outer edge of the lip and moving down to the chin area or extending up into the moustache. This wrinkle is common to appear when the body's natural collagen production is lower. This type of wrinkles is most familiar with smokers as they frequently purse their lips.

Forehead Wrinkles

These types of wrinkles come in two different forms: horizontal and vertical. The horizontal wrinkles starts just above the eyebrows and stretch all the way across the forehead. This type of wrinkles usually ends just short of the hairline. Vertical wrinkles on the other hand tend to form right between the eyebrows and stop right between the nose bridges.

Eye Wrinkles

This region of the face is one of the most well-known spots for wrinkles like troughs", "crows' feet" or bags under the eyes. Crow's feet tend to develop due to extreme weather conditions, while eye bags and tear troughs, on the other hand, can be blamed more on the natural ageing process.



Face Yoga is Just like Exercising Your Body

For those looking for the best way to get rid of face wrinkles, engaging in face fitness will do the trick. Face fitness is just like exercising the rest of your body when the body is not active, it tends to lose its elasticity and flexibility which gives a droopy appearance and this is the same for the face as well. The human face is said to have more than 50 different muscles that are stretched on top of your cranium and facial tissues. This muscle allows you to express facial emotions, and apart from this they are also responsible for contouring and shaping of your face, and this is how people maintain a more youthful look.

So, by regularly massaging your facial muscles, this means you can ensure they remain firm preventing wrinkles, drooping eyelids, sagging neckline and many more. Adopting a regular facial exercise routine can also help prevent potentially plastic surgeries, and it doesn't require any special equipment to do the exercise. Your fingers are enough to perform face yoga.


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