The number one sign of aging: fine lines and facial creases can be both frustrating and inevitable. While this may be universally true, all wrinkles are not created equally. There are two types of facial lines, Dynamic and static. Each has a unique cause, and each require a different treatment to obtain optimal results.

Dynamic wrinkles are Facial creases and wrinkles caused by repetitive muscle movements. Years of continued squinting, worrying, frowning and smiling can eventually caused deep lines on the skin.

While static wrinkles are fine lines/ wrinkles resulting from a loss of skin elasticity. As people age, skin’s collagen breaks down, and tissue become lax. These an be further agitated by genetics, a poor diet, and smoking. Examples of static wrinkles include lines at the corners of the mouth, along the cheeks and neck.