Dynamic wrinkles

Wrinkles, which are formed due to contractions when we consciously or unconsciously mimic various movements and therefore are also called dynamic wrinkles. Forehead wrinkles and wrinkles between the eyebrows arise when we raise our eyebrows, while wondering or shifting eyebrows, being angry or sad. Beside the eyes wrinkles are formed when someone laughs a lot. These wrinkles initially look like thin, barely visible lines, generated when moving facial muscles (frown or brow lift, laughter, etc.). When released, they wholly or partially disappear. But over time wrinkles deepen and persist after discontinuation of mimic movement.

The first dynamic wrinkles arise at age of 20-25 years in the front forehead, around the eyes and between the eyebrows. Over the years, they are becoming more visible, especially next to the eyes, and cause trouble for "emotional" women, who have emphasized in facial expressions, wearing glasses and often squint the eyes.

At the age of 35-45 years the wrinkles deepen and became "secured" on the face, do not fade even after relaxation of the muscles and often are accompanied by altered skin quality. The skin dries out, peels, losing elasticity and tonus.

When talking about this type of wrinkles – antimimic peptides (i.e. acetylhexapeptide-n) may be useful with good effect on wrinkles smoothing. Also skin function could be improved by peeling and mesotherapy.

Dynamic wrinkles