If you are only 30 years old yet your skin has shown signs of aging, it’s time to think about a way to tackle those wrinkles. If you are concerned that the lines on your face are making you look older, here are 19 effective ways to get rid of wrinkles you can try right now:

What can you do to prevent wrinkles?

1. Stay away from the sun

Sun exposure is a major cause of wrinkles. This has been proved by various studies around the world.

2. Wear sunscreen

If you have to stay in the sun, always use sunscreen to efficiently protect your skin from skin cancer caused by ultraviolet radiation and prevent the development of wrinkles.

3. Do not smoke

Not only does cigarette smoke harm your health, but it is also one of the factors speeding up skin aging. This is because cigarette smoke breaks down collagen and elastin – the 2 most important contributors to skin health. According to Thea Aesthetic Clinic, regular smokers are 40% more prone to wrinkles and skin thinning than those who don’t smoke.

4. Get enough sleep

Thea’s expert dermatologists reveal that if you don’t sleep enough, your body will produce excess cortisol. This is a hormone that damages healthy skin cells. On the contrary, if the body is well-rested with quality sleep, it will release plenty of growth hormones, increasing skin elasticity and reducing wrinkles.

5. Sleep on your back

If you have the habit of sleeping on your belly or your side, try to change it as these positions will create sleep marks on your skin, especially in the forehead and chin. It is best that you sleep on your back to prevent the formation of wrinkles.

6. Do not squint

Expert aestheticians at Thea believe that any repeated facial movements will create lines on the skin surface. These lines will then become wrinkles. That is why specialists recommend wearing sunglasses when you go under the sun to protect this thin skin area around your eyes from the sun. Moreover, sunglasses help avoid squinting as a natural reflex.

7. Have plenty of fish, especially salmon

Salmon and other fresh-water fish are rich in protein and beneficial for skin health. They are also high in omega-3, which helps keep the face plump, youthful and minimize wrinkles.

8. Eat plenty of soya beans

A recent study published in the European Journal of Nutrition has proved that supplements from soya beans help with the improvement of one’s skin tone and structure. If you eat plenty of soy-based products regularly for about 6 months, you will see significant changes in your skin elasticity.

9. Drink coffee and cocoa

Two types of flavanols (epicatechin and catechin) found in coffee and cocoa help protect the skin from sun damage as well as boosting blood flow to skin cells, giving your skin a smoother appearance.

10. Have a lot of fruits and veggies

The antioxidant compounds found in many types of fruits and vegetables help fight free radicals (unstable molecules) that negatively affect your skin. Eat up these superfoods and your skin will become more youthful and radiant.

11. Moisturize your skin

Women, especially those with nice skin, are often diligent about anti-aging products. They won’t skip daily moisturizing to keep their complexion fresh and the appearance of lines and wrinkles to a minimum.

12. Do not wash your face too many times a day

Thea’s dermatologists say that water can wear off the natural skin oils that help moistens skin. If you wash your face too often, you might as well wash off this protective layer. Moreover, consider using a facial cleanser that is right for your skin type.

Treatment options for wrinkles


Treatment options for wrinkles

Applications of wrinkle-erasing treatments at Thea Aesthetic Clinic has shown that the following ingredients can bring great results in preserving the youthful, radiant skin.

13. Alpha hydroxyl acid (AHA)

This natural acid found in fresh fruits helps scrub off the top dead cells, reducing the appearance of wrinkles, especially around the eyes. When used in high concentrations, AHA can also stimulate the generation of skin collagen.

14. Vitamin C

Not only does it help strengthen the body’s immune system, but vitamin C also improves skin health and maintain its radiance and plumpness

15. Growth hormone

The self-healing mechanisms of the body involve growth hormones. Cosmetic technology breaks down these hormones and includes them in skin-nourishing creams. When applied on the skin, compounds containing growth hormones help prevent and minimize wrinkles and rejuvenate skin.

Medical and spa treatments for wrinkles

16. Botox

Botox injections for erasing wrinkles are a widely used cosmetic procedure. Botox helps relax the facial muscles and wrinkles, resulting in smoother skin.

17. Dermal fillers

Thea’s experts recommend treating wrinkles by injecting a fine amount of fillers into the skin. These include collagen, hyaluronic acid, and other synthetic compounds.

18. Laser resurfacing

The energy from lasers will create minuscule injuries to remove the top dead skin layer. This stimulates the regeneration of natural collagen to nourish new skin.

19. Chemical peels

During this treatment, your doctor will use many different chemicals (of course, safety guaranteed) to “burn” the topmost skin layer. This urges the body to respond by producing lots of collagen to repair the injuries induced. And the result will be a more youthful, smoother-looking skin.