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How to Get Rid of Wrinkles

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By Editorial Staff

Aging is inevitable and having facial wrinkles is a part of aging. As you age, your skin becomes older. It loses collagen, the natural protein in your body that keeps your skin plumped and youthful, over time. Though some people embrace wrinkles as a sign of wisdom, a large chunk of people don’t like their appearance and want to get rid of them.

The good news is, it is doable. That’s exactly why the global anti-aging market is worth above 50 billion U.S. dollars.1

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This article will cover all you need to know about how to get rid of wrinkles with natural remedies, wrinkle creams, and cosmetic procedures. We will also discuss the benefits of each of these treatment options in reversing the signs of aging.

Natural Remedies

There are a couple of things you can do to treat wrinkles, and home remedies are one of them. We have gathered a few that are scientifically proven to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on your skin.

Aloe Vera Gel

Aloe vera is widely used for skin beautification. It has natural anti-inflammatory compounds that help fight acne. The natural gel in aloe vera leaves is useful in calming down your sunburned skin. Because of its moisture-retaining properties, aloe vera works as a perfect moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated and wrinkle-free.

In fact, a 2009 study on aloe vera’s anti-aging properties revealed that dietary aloe vera supplementation reduces wrinkles in aging skin. However, it may upset the stomach in some people and cause diarrhea. Likewise, topical use of aloe vera gel may cause skin irritation in some people.2

Talk to your health care provider first before using any dietary supplement. In case of topical use, a patch test will help you identify whether the gel is irritating your skin.

Egg White Mask

Egg whites can immensely improve your skin by increasing collagen production.

To make your own DIY egg mask remedy at home, just apply a thin layer of egg white all over your face and let it dry for a couple of minutes. After washing the mask off with cold water, you’ll feel your skin instantly tightened and lifted.

If you are allergic to eggs, bear in mind that an egg white mask might potentially cause an allergic reaction on your skin.3

Olive Oil

Olive oil is known to reduce wrinkles by boosting collagen production in your skin. Scientists have discovered that people who added olive oil to their diet had lesser wrinkles than those who didn’t.4

Facial Massage

Facial massage is widely known to improve blood flow to your skin. However, scientists have also discovered that massage can increase your skin proteins, helping to fight wrinkles.5

To make your facial massage more useful, you can use wrinkle creams for added benefits.

Wrinkle Creams

Your skin needs adequate hydration to maintain its youthful appearance and delay the appearance of wrinkles. This is where wrinkle creams come in.

Wrinkle creams contain powerful moisturizers that make up for the lost moisture of your skin. Although these products don’t fix the wrinkles that are deeply embedded in your skin, they can make your skin appear smoother, plumper, and dewier. This is done by nourishing your skin with moisture and anti-aging compounds.

Neutrogena Ageless Intensives Anti-Wrinkle Deep Wrinkle Night Moisturizer

Formulated with a powerful blend of moisturizers, Neutrogena’s anti-wrinkle cream works as a perfect night-time treatment for making skin smoother. Not only does it reduce the appearance of fine lines, but it also reduces the look of wrinkles. The company also claims that its regular use can fade dark spots from your skin.

You can buy Neutrogena’s Ageless Intensives Anti-Wrinkle Deep Wrinkle Night Moisturizer online or in-store for $19.49.6Pros


Olay Pro-X Deep Wrinkle

Developed by a group of renowned dermatologists, the Pro-X Deep Wrinkle by Olay targets deep wrinkles. It works by going into the deeper layers of skin and hydrating them from within.

Considering its development, Olay’s Pro-X Deep Wrinkle cream is quite steep in price. You can find it for $53.49 online or in-store.7Pros


Cosmetic Procedures

Some wrinkles are stubborn to treat with natural remedies and wrinkle creams. They may take several months of skincare to produce visible effects or, worst-case scenario, they might not work at all. In that case, a dermatologist might recommend you aesthetic treatments as a last resort to target and treat deeply engraved wrinkles on your skin.

Cosmetic procedures are expensive, but their effects on reducing wrinkles are evident and instant. It’s due to this reason that the total expenditure on cosmetic procedures exceeds eight billion dollars in the U.S. alone.8

Common cosmetic procedures for treating wrinkles are:

Dermabrasion and Microdermabrasion

These two deep exfoliation techniques work by removing your skin’s outer layers, thereby revealing smooth and wrinkle-free skin within. Dermabrasion and microdermabrasion are non-surgical forms of cosmetic procedures.9

The average cost of a microdermabrasion procedure in the U.S. is around $171 per treatment.10

Soft Tissue Fillers

Soft tissue fillers are powerful moisturizers that are injected within the deep wrinkles of the skin. Fillers provide instant results by plumping your skin and keeping it smooth and hydrated.11 Fillers usually last for six to 24 months. In the U.S., people aged between 50 and 59 get the most soft tissue filler treatments for wrinkles.12

On average, a single treatment session of soft tissue fillers may cost anywhere from $652 to $2,163.13

Platelet-Rich Plasma

Also known as PRP treatment, this procedure focuses on injecting your own platelets on your skin, making it appear plumper. PRP treatment usually costs around $653 per session.

Laser Skin Resurfacing

This treatment works by removing the outer layers of skin, revealing smoother and even skin underneath.14 According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the average cost of laser skin resurfacing is $1,963 for ablative and $1,201 for non-ablative.15


Facelifting is an advanced treatment option that reduces sagginess and wrinkles on your skin. It gives the skin on your face a lift, thus making you look more youthful than before. It mainly targets the face and neck wrinkles and reduces the visible signs of aging by keeping them wrinkle-free.

The facelift is one of the most expensive cosmetic procedures out there. The average cost of $7,467 for the treatment alone.16

Editorial Staff