3 Ways to Smooth Stubborn Forehead Wrinkles

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One day, you notice that your forehead wrinkles seem to stick, even when you’re not raising your eyebrows, squinting or frowning. Oh no – have they become… permanent?! Forehead wrinkles can form at any age due to a number of things, including sun exposure, unhealthy diet, stress, and dehydration. But don’t worry (seriously, stop furrowing)! The doctors at the Santa Monica Laser and Skin Care Center have come up with three ways to smooth stubborn forehead wrinkles.

Say Goodbye to Stubborn Forehead Wrinkles!

1. Invest in a Botox Treatment

The best way to smooth stubborn forehead wrinkles is to address them head-on with the most effective treatments. If your forehead wrinkles are extra stubborn, consider getting Botox. Don’t be intimidated by the needle, many patients will tell you the injection feels like a tiny pinch at most!

Botox calms the facial muscles so they don’t contract, which causes the skin on top to return back to its smooth, normal position. Be sure you find a qualified and trained professional to inject your Botox, it can make all the difference. The right doctor will know where and how to inject the Botox, so results are left natural and gorgeous.

Did you know that we’re running a Holiday Special on Botox right now, until Dec. 31?

2. Try a Facial Filler, Like Juvederm

If you want to go a different route, try getting Juvederm; an FDA-approved dermal filler in gel form that is used to soften facial lines, wrinkles, and folds. Juvederm will create volume and fullness in the face, causing wrinkles to soften.

Dr. Amerian and Dr. Anterasian at the Santa Monica Laser and Skin Care Center have performed thousands of procedures with dermal fillers since the FDA first approved them in 2003. This has allowed them to develop a very personal approach to the use of Juvéderm.

The key to effectively smoothing forehead wrinkles is finding a qualified doctor who understands how and where to inject the treatment for the most natural-looking results.

P.S. You’re in luck! We’re running Holiday Specials on Botox and Juvederm right now (offer valid until Dec. 31)!

3. Take Care of Your Body

A simple thing like eating more flaxseed can help prevent forehead wrinkles from forming. We know, you’re probably thinking “how are flaxseeds going to smooth my forehead wrinkles?” These tiny superfoods are packed with high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which functions as antioxidants. Antioxidants help fight inflammation within the skin and work hard to restore our skin’s radiant glow.

Fight wrinkles without even really knowing it by including more flaxseed or flaxseed oil in your diet. You can take the flaxseed oil supplement every day, along with your multivitamin. Or you can put a couple of teaspoons in your morning smoothie. Yum!

Keep your body hydrated and smooth wrinkles from the inside, out, by drinking plenty of water every day. A good rule of thumb is making sure you’re drinking at least eight glasses of water every day.

Exercising also promotes healthier, smoother skin, even in people who don’t start exercising until later in life, according to recent studies. Researchers have found women from 20-to-40-years old have remarkably healthier skin than those who don’t exercise regularly. We’ll see you at the gym!

If you have any questions about these treatments or more ways to smooth stubborn forehead wrinkles, come see one of our amazing doctors for a beauty consultation – it’s completely free!

Don’t forget about the specials we’re running on Botox and Juvederm right now!

Come see us today – call us at (310) 906-4048 or BOOK ONLINE.

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