To answer this we must first understand the type of wrinkles we have and the way the anti-wrinkle medication works.
There are two types of wrinkles: Dynamic lines and Static lines.
Dynamic lines are the lines we see when we activate the muscle (for example when we frown).
Static lines are creases in the skin rather than lines being created by muscle movement.
We know that Retinol is the most powerful anti ageing ingredient that has been clinically proven to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, even skin tone, and reduce the appearance of acne and pigmentation. It works by increasing cell turnover, which helps to shed dead skin cells and reveal the fresh, new skin underneath. Think of it like a sandpaper for the skin lightly buffing away concerns…
Anti-wrinkle injections, also known as wrinkle relaxers or muscle relaxants, are a popular non-surgical cosmetic treatment designed to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. These injections contain a specific ingredient, which can be administered into certain facial muscles responsible for causing wrinkles. The botulinum toxin works by blocking the nerve signals that trigger muscle contractions, temporarily relaxing the treated muscles. As a result, the overlying skin becomes smoother and wrinkles are lessened.