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Is there some disorder that causes skin to wrinkle before your eyes? I can't rest my cheeks against my hands because it LEAVES wrinkles and they don't go away. Just the other day I caught my self resting my left cheek on my hand. I went to the bathroom and there were new wrinkles where I had my hand and they're STILL there. It's like I can fold and wrinkle my skin whenever I want. I'm only 24 and I have so many wrinkles: crows feet, frown lines, and my forehead is beyond repair. None of my friends have ever seen such a thing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Are you taking care of your skin with skin care products?
If you are prone to wrinkles, your skin is probably very dehydrated and needs help replenishing its natural oils. First and foremost, don;t use soap to wash your face and neck. I use this really great line called skoah because I have combo skin but I am very dry as well! They have a site skoah.com where you can check out the products/they are reasonably priced and even send you samples with your order! I recommend their skin boost serum for daily use to help increase your skins collagen production since your worried about wrinkles. The dewlux kream is superrrrrrrrrr rich! But its so great for the dryness. If you find it to rich for the day, maybe using it at night would be a good option. It has helped me alot with wrinkles around my smile lines.
 

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Is there some disorder that causes skin to wrinkle before your eyes? I can't rest my cheeks against my hands because it LEAVES wrinkles and they don't go away. Just the other day I caught my self resting my left cheek on my hand. I went to the bathroom and there were new wrinkles where I had my hand and they're STILL there. It's like I can fold and wrinkle my skin whenever I want. I'm only 24 and I have so many wrinkles: crows feet, frown lines, and my forehead is beyond repair. None of my friends have ever seen such a thing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
What you are discribing is a classic case of chronic dehydration.

Yes, do use a rich moisturising cream, but start drinking in excess of 2 liters of water per day, each and every day. That is the only way you'll be able to recover at least some of the elasticity in your skin.

Good luck

Smokey
 

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Is there some disorder that causes skin to wrinkle before your eyes? I can't rest my cheeks against my hands because it LEAVES wrinkles and they don't go away. Just the other day I caught my self resting my left cheek on my hand. I went to the bathroom and there were new wrinkles where I had my hand and they're STILL there. It's like I can fold and wrinkle my skin whenever I want. I'm only 24 and I have so many wrinkles: crows feet, frown lines, and my forehead is beyond repair. None of my friends have ever seen such a thing. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Hi,

Here are some good tips for healthy skin regime based on my 25 year knowledge and self experimentation.

The essential keys to healthy skin are not found in a bottle or jar of expensive skin care product. They are found in the every day habits and diet of every woman attempting to improve her appearance. Nutrition especially is a very important detail that many women might overlook when attempting to improve the appearance of their skin.

Every Day Ways to Attain Healthy Skin
The proper consumption of water is an essential first step in improving skin health. It ensures the body is receiving enough oxygen and stays properly hydrated, flushing out the bad and constantly supplying nutrients needed for healthy skin.
Another natural method of maintaining healthy skin is to avoid over exposure to the sun. By using sun screen on a daily basis and staying out of direct sunlight for more than a couple hours at a time, women can avoid unsightly sun spots and dry skin that result from too much UVA or UVB rays.
Sleep is a great method of rejuvenating and enhancing healthy skin. By getting at least 6 hours of sleep every night, women are giving their skin the time it needs to rejuvenate and repair from the stress of every day life. Without that rest, the effects of stress and sleep deprivation will make their first mark on the surface of otherwise healthy skin in the form of bags, puffy eyes, dry skin and blemishes.
Nutrients are another essential aspect of retaining healthy skin. Without the right balance of nutrients on a daily basis, skin will begin to show signs of its age and wear. Vitamins such as B1 which enhance circulation and B2 without which skin will start discolor, are vital to keeping healthy skin as shiny and supple as possible.
Healthy skin that is washed on a regular basis will remain blemish free as well. Depending on the level of oil production for any given individual, how skin is washed will change. A daily regiment of non-soap cleansers and toners will keep oil and dirt free of the pores and blemishes from ruining otherwise perfectly healthy skin.

Five Tips for Healthy Skin
Additionally, these simple tasks can help to reduce the wear and tear on your skin that leads to common skin problems and unsightly blemishes.

• Keep hair out of the face to reduce the chance of excess oiliness and blemishes
• Oily hair care products only increase the risk of facial blemishes.
• Nutrition and a proper diet ensure hydration, oxidation, and nutrients for healthy skin.
• Fish consumption or fish oil supplements help supplement healthy skin.
• Use warm water and a non-soap cleanser to wash your skin, keeping it clear and unobstructed.

Along with the common aspects of a healthy lifestyle, these tips will ensure that your healthy skin remains that way for years to come.

Sincerely,

Maya McMahon
Skin Care Specialist
 
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