There are many factors that contribute to the development of wrinkles – some can be controlled and others can’t.
- A) Passage of time – there are no good alternatives that I am aware of, but I am always open to suggestions.
- B) Genetics – again, no good alternatives. Thanks mom!
- C) Smoking – absolutely contributes to wrinkles and “aging” of the skin. Smoking is bad for you in so many ways. Don’t smoke!
- D) Sun exposure – aggressive sun protection, starting at a young age, will definitely make your skin age better and look better as you get older. Look at the number of freckles on your bum as compared to your face and ask your dermatologist where he removes more skin cancer – noses or buttocks.