There is no denial to the fact that a couple of creases on the face — like a furrowed brow or a couple of horizontal lines on forehead — add distinction to a man’s appearance. But if you believe your skin appears to be a little more wrinkled every day, then this is not a healthy sign, because too many wrinkles on face not only make you look older but also reflect an aesthetically unpleasant image of yours, projecting you sad, angry or tired.
Getting wrinkles is an inevitable part of aging, given the fact that as you age, your skin loses moisture and a fibrous protein called collagen, making it prone to sagginess and wrinkling. This is the reason that as soon as you cross 40s you begin to develop creases, folds and sagging skin on the face, around the neck, on hands and other areas of the body. Though many men are not bothered by the appearance of lines and wrinkles on skin, there are many who do get notice of these aesthetically unpleasant physiological changes and seek treatment to restore a younger-looking appearance by rejuvenating wrinkled skin.
Fortunately, there are a number of treatment options available nowadays that you can use to improve the appearance of facial lines and wrinkles. The most popular and most demanded anti-wrinkle treatment nowadays is the Botox treatment for face. Botox or botulinum toxin is a neurotoxin primarily used to treat facial lines and wrinkles, but doctors also use it to treat several neurological disorders including cervical dystonia, chronic migraines, overactive bladders and excessive sweating, and yes with US Food and Administration’s approval. When used to treat wrinkles and creases, this toxin works by temporarily paralyzing the muscles responsible for the formation of wrinkles. This relaxes the muscles, thereby making the wrinkles less visible.