The Procrastinator's Guide to Anti-Aging
If you've been putting off a proper anti-aging skin care regimen, help is here
Sure, you're getting a late start on the anti-aging game, but it's not too late to reduce the appearance of fine lines and prevent more wrinkles from developing, says Lupo. Start by using a topical cream or serum containing peptides or growth factors, which help stimulate the production of collagen, and get thee to a dermatologist for a prescription retinoid -- it's a key tool in minimizing the appearance of wrinkles, says Lupo.
For instant gratification, injectable fillers can create quick results that last four months to a year. If you're under 40 and have minor wrinkles, a treatment costs approximately $600, according to Lupo. The price is determined by the amount of time it takes to inject the filler and the type of filler used, so if you're over 50 and those wrinkles are etched a bit deeper, expect to spend several thousand dollars to smooth those lines.
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