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Friday, May 13, 2011


Posted by Dr. Susanne Bennett

Wrinkles can sometimes feel like the bane of our existence. In today's youth driven world, wrinkles are considered the biggest downside of getting older. Since we cannot avoid getting wrinkles, as they are a natural part of aging, there are a couple of things we can do to slow their arrival.

When we are young, our skin cells have the ability to regenerate new cells after the old ones die off. This replenishment process begins to slow with each passing decade starting after your twenties, meaning your skin becomes less plump and loses much of its elasticity as the years pass.

The biggest factors that cause early onset wrinkles are too much exposure to the sun and cigarettes, among many things. Too much time spent in the sun can especially cause dryness, skin growths (liver spots), and sagginess. Other common causes of wrinkles are heredity, wearing clothing that exposes your neck, arms, and hands to the sun, or recreational activities like golfing, sailing, or fishing.

The best things we can do to prevent wrinkles then, seem fairly obvious: do not smoke, and do not stay in the sun for too long. However, if you are past the point of being able to prevent wrinkles, my PURIGENEX  Advanced Dermal Repair is a wonderful anti-aging treatment with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants clinically proven to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. Also, if spending time outdoors is hard to give up, which it definitely can be, then make sure to cover up with the Element Protection Stick every time you go out. The more proactive you are, the less likely you are to develop wrinkles earlier, and the less severe they will be!

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Blogger AB Infinity said...

I remember one time reading a blog about the correlation of acne and wrinkles.. there are new technologies that could eliminate them.. example light therapy..

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September 10, 2011 at 12:19 AM 
Blogger Maarten Gubbens said...

My skin is dry and very sensitive and i have many wrinkles on my eyes around. I must follow your guidelines. Thanks for the post. I'll be back later for some great reading.:)
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