Why do my frown lines make me look tired
Not satisfied with just marking our faces, vertical lines also make us look sad and tired. We look at this natural yet annoying phenomenon.
1. What are frown lines or vertical lines?
As a rule, horizontal lines, which generally appear on the forehead and around the eyes (crow’s feet) are the first to rear their ugly head, while vertical lines appear later. This late arrival can pile on the years. These lines, often found between the eyebrows or around the mouth, can make you look worn out, or even unhappy.
The most pronounced vertical lines? - The lion's wrinkle, between the eyes and the nasolabial folds (also known as laughter lines) located either side of the lips, - Marionette lines, which go from the corners of the mouth down towards the chin, as well as the vertical lines around the lips (smokers lines).
2. What causes these vertical frown lines?
What is the cause? A drooping movement caused by gravity, a decrease in elastin and collagen fibres and even repeated movements that hollow out features and cause facial volumes to collapse. The result? The skin becomes marked and the face can look more severe and unhappy.
3. What can you do to get rid of these vertical lines?
To remedy this, go for skin care that will plump up your features. Like injections carried out in cosmetic surgery practices, these anti-wrinkle products will fill in your wrinkles and hollow areas and harmonise the volumes of your face, all without you having to leave your bathroom. Try the Revitalift Laser X3 Renewing Anti-Ageing Serum by L’Oréal Paris to reduce the frown lines and other wrinkles, boost your skin’s elasticity, and give your skin a smoother look.
Most people get defined wrinkles and fine lines as they age and the only way to protect your skin’s youthful appearance and to delay the onset of the signs of ageing is to start early and use anti-ageing and anti-wrinkle skincare products that target mature skin.