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Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Nobody is immune to the aging process.

If you’re 30 years of age or beyond, there’s a good chance you’ve already seen the onset of fine lines and wrinkles. At this age, skin cells are simply not produced and replaced as quickly as they were in our youth. Add to that the fact that the dead layer of skin – known as the stratum corneum – is not displaced as quickly, and the result is the first visible signs of aging: fine lines that, over time, become wrinkles.

Genetics and sun exposure are the primary factors in the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. To slow down this process, we recommend taking care of your skin from a very young age by applying SPF when outdoors, as well as hydrating and moisturizing regularly, particularly from the teenage years on.

Of course, that advice is likely coming several years too late. So here’s the good news:

Fine lines and wrinkles can be managed, and your youthfulness restored. Call us today.