There is no doubt that younger people and older people have different facial structures. For instance, younger people have lots of fatty tissue that surround their muscles. That is why the lines and creases on their face will go away after they’re done contracting their facial muscles.
Unfortunately, older people have far less deep fatty tissues in comparison to younger people. Instead, older people are stuck with superficial fat near the surface of the skin. As their facial expressions continue to be made each day, their superficial fat causes more marks, creases and deep furrows to form on the face. Then you have volumes of excess skin develop in regions of the face where it is unwanted.
Now you can see why so many older people choose to get cosmetic facial treatments, such as Botox injections. These injections basically replace the deeper fatty tissues that diminish in older people. By getting some of these injections, their muscle contractions won’t cause anyone to see the lines and creases on their face anymore.
Some experts believe that facial muscles become more relaxed as people get older, and that aging causes a retraction in the muscles. Could this be true when Botox works so well to smooth out wrinkles around the eyes and relax the facial muscles? That might be true if you believe the gravity theory, but contradictory evidence suggests otherwise.