The First Things to Do When You Start Seeing Wrinkles
At some point, we all begin to develop little creases in our skin. Here's what the experts say to do next to strengthen your complexion and keep it firm for the years ahead.
Focus on Where Wrinkles Strike
"Baby" wrinkles—or those tiny creases and early indentations—usually appear in areas where the skin moves repeatedly (and weakens over time) with expressions, most noticeably on "the forehead, eyes and mouth," says New York City dermatologist Dendy Engelman, MD. But around the eyes is especially vulnerable, she says, since the skin is about 40 percent thinner there compared to the rest of your body and can droop at a faster rate.