The skin is also relatively thin in this area so some wrinkling is an inevitable part of aging but this can be addressed by using skin care products with ingredients such as retinols, antioxidants, and peptides. If you want to help hold off these wrinkles for as long as possible, start with protection – use a moisturizer with effective protection (broad spectrum SPF 15) and avoid smoking if possible. Then make the most of your skin by using ingredients and products designed to firm your skin. Look for ingredients such as retinol and topical vitamin C among other antioxidants. Also be sure to not smoke, don’t drink through a straw, and always wear sunscreen.
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