Wrinkles are not the best that can happen to your face. There are several factors that can make one have wrinkles but there are also a lot of ways they can be avoided or stopped. They are;
Frowning or squinting often. If you repeat the same facial movements frequently, the muscles become bigger and stronger, and over time those wrinkles will become deeper and fixed. It can be helpful to try not to move your face as much. If you make a conscious effort to not furrow your brows, you can probably slow-down that process—and maybe even lift your mood.
Sleeping on your stomach or side. When you sleep on your side or stomach, your face is smushed down against the pillow, pushing the skin into creases. If you lay like that for 6 to 8 hours, the wrinkles become etched into your face. The pressure of your face against the pillow could also contribute to wrinkle formation by changing the pattern of blood flow in that area. Your circulation might not be quite as good as it is on the side of your face that’s not being pressed into the pillow.
Rubbing your eyes. Dermatologists agree that the skin around your eyes is the most delicate skin on your body. Treating that area roughly will likely result in wrinkles and sagging. The more you rub, the more it stretches the skin and breaks down the collagen and elastin, making the skin wrinkle. The more you do it, the worse it gets. Stretching the skin around your eyes to apply makeup has a similar damaging effect.
Eating too much sugar. Sugar causes hormonal changes in the body, similar to things that happen when you’re under stress, which damages your collagen and elastin fibres. Over time, eating sugar causes your skin tends to hang more and wrinkle.
Incidental sun exposure. Just because you don’t plan on sunning yourself on a beach chair, that doesn’t mean you can skip the sunscreen. Failing to protect yourself from the sun on a daily basis is one of the most skin-damaging habits you can have.
Smoking. Of the remaining skin-agers, it’s tough to pick one, but smoking creates some of the most visible skin damage, including: saggy upper eyelids, baggy lower eyelids and under-eye bags; facial wrinkles, wrinkling above and below the lips, and saggy chin. The nicotine in cigarettes narrows the blood vessels in your skin, which restricts the flow of oxygen and nutrients to the outer layers. Furthermore, cigarette smoke contains more than 4,000 chemicals, many of which damage your skin’s collagen and elastin.