How to Remove Fine Wrinkles

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To remove fine wrinkles, use an at-home facial peel to exfoliate the skin, follow that with a peptide-based wrinkle treatment, and keep the skin hydrated with a high-quality moisturizer. Eliminate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with beauty advice from a certified aesthetician in this free video on skin care.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Kelli, I'm an aesthetician and makeup artist at Ulta Salon & Cosmetics, and I'm going to give you some tips on how you can remove and diminish the appearance of fine wrinkles. The easiest thing to do first is to do some sort of exfoliant, or some sort of facial peel, such as this one here. Basically this is a topical agent that you're going to apply. It's alphahydroxy based, which means it's either glycolic or lactic based, and what this is going to do is it's actually going to penetrate deep into the skin, bring damaged skin cells to the surface, exfoliate and get rid of them, and it's going to even out the texture of the skin. So, if you have a slight indentation or a small wrinkle, it's going to help to exfoliate any dead skin laying on top of that wrinkle, and help to soften the appearance. So after you do your peel, the next thing that you would want to do is follow up with some sort of wrinkle treatment, such as this one here, and this one actually is a peptide based treatment, so what this is going to do it's going to penetrate deep into the dermis of the skin, and stimulate new collagen and elastin growth. And the next thing you would want to do is follow up with a moisturizer, particularly one that's really hydrating, something maybe with hyaluronic acid, which is a humectant. It helps to hold up to a thousand times its weight in water, and that's going to actually help to plump up that line or wrinkle from the inside out. So those are some things that you can do to remove fine lines.


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