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What Causes Deep Wrinkles?
Deep wrinkles are not only the result of aging but also the product of progression of soft folds, fine lines, and more shallow wrinkles. Without treatment or effective skincare, these mild aesthetic problems will inevitably change to deeper, severe wrinkles.
Dry skin often goes hand-in-hand with deep wrinkles, but these wrinkles are not the outcome of dryness alone. Wrinkles form because the skin proteins collagen and elastin begin to breakdown. Sun exposure, stress, pollution, and other factors all contribute to collagen and elastin degradation. Eventually, your skin loses the ability to adequately replace these lost structural proteins.
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How to Treat Deep Wrinkles
With dermal fillers, you can avoid invasive cosmetic surgery and give your skin the hydration and volume it needs. Even skin with deep wrinkles can look youthful and well-hydrated.
Fortunately, effective treatment to reverse the appearance of deep wrinkles exists. Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers by AMALIAN can immediately provide a dramatic reduction in wrinkle number and severity. Some people believe that dermal fillers are only for mild lines and lip augmentation, but the truth is that there are certain hyaluronic acid fillers available for even intense wrinkles and other profound aesthetic issues.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance produced by your body for a variety of purposes. These effects include skin hydration and volume. AMALIAN dermal fillers give skin a youthful look without an artificial appearance as well as provide necessary hydration and firmness. The results can easily last for a year or longer.
Specifically, the AMALIAN II LT Intense line is often perfect for deep facial wrinkles. Also, the AMALIAN III Expert Volume line can provide outstanding results for patients with profound wrinkles, along with pockmarks or acne scarring. Consult with your aesthetician about the best options for your treatment.