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Just turned 20, what should I start using on my face to prevent aging, wrinkled, crows feet, etc.? I currently use an spf 30 moisturizer
Good start!: First a good sun screen for daily use is a great start. UV radiation is one of the worst contributors to aging skin. Avoid tanning beds. Avoid smoking. Get on a good gentle skin care routine. Moisturize your skin. Other than that, RetinA has been shown to decrease fine lines and wrinkles over time. ...Read more
I have a skin condition on my feet.Iam african.My feet are darker and are very wrinkled the skin is far from smooth what can I use.?
Moisturizing lotions: I like water-based moisturizing lotions. My favorites are dml lotion and dml forte cream. These are water based, and don't have any fragrences or colorings that could cause skin irritations. http://www.personandcovey.com/productdetail.asp?productid=19. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have got fissure on my hands & feet. Made my skin very horribly wrinkled. I feel very embarrassing by getting them. Please suggest me some medicin?
Hand dermatitis: Fissures and dry wrinkly skin on hands are most often the signs of eczema, an itchy scaling rash that is associated with overdrying and irritation of the skin. To fix, use a mild soapfree cleanser to wash hands, moisturize with a fragrance-free cream, use rubber gloves with cotton liners to do housework, do not use gel sanitizers. If that doesn't improve hands, please see your dermatologist. ...Read more
Had drug induced lupus now resolved, still get very cold hands & feet etc i noticed today that now my fingertips are wrinkled from cold. Why is this?
Patch of transluscent, slightly wrinkled skin on foot (top). 4cm by 1 cm in length. Looks like a piece of saran-wrap on skin. Not raised. What is it?
Will blepharoplasty get rid of the wrinkles around my eyes? I have crow's feet wrinkles around my eyes. Will blepharoplasty get rid of them, or just the ones on my eyelids?
The : The excess skin in the upper and lower lids can be addressed with blepharoplasty. But if you are attempting to get rid of crows feet wrinkles you will be able to soften these with Botox or fillers or both. There are also some chemical peels and deeper laser treatments that can help soften the appearance of crows feet and fine lines. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon or oculoplastic surgeon. Best of luck to you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can artefill be used to treat all the wrinkles on my face? I have crows' feet around my eyes and deep laugh lines that go from my nose to the corners of my lips. I wanted to get artefill injections because i heard that they are one of the longest-lasting
I : I agree with the previous answer, artefill is a long lasting filler that is best reserved for deeper type wrinkles or concavities in the face like the nasolabial folds (the lines running form the side of the nose to the side of the mouth. Artefill is used off label however for the depression under the eye (tear trough deformity) very judiciously and conservatively and less frequently for any superficial lines. It is best to keep in mind that with artefill, it is exceedingly difficult to treat lumps and bumps that may occur as side effect any filler treatment (rare) as opposed to reversible fillers like juvederm. Nromally the crow's feet on the horizontal and oblique lines that jut out on the sides of the eyes are indeed treatable with Botox as that is the most effective treatment. In general, many of the lines you can create by moving your face in any type of expression are treatable with Botox - ask your cosmetic surgeon more about the types of treatments that are appropriate for each complaint you may have. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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