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Surprising Ways to Reduce Wrinkles

Most of us do everything we can to keep our skin as beautiful and healthy as possible into old age. Wrinkles give a person character and testify to life experience, but when they appear on our own face, we don't like it as much!

Fortunately, there are many natural ways to reduce wrinkle formation and promote healthy skin.

First of all, hydration is very important. Foods rich in antioxidants also help reduce fine lines. In addition, natural skincare products actively contribute to even skin.

For optimal effect, patience and regularity are important. Your skin needs time to do its job and regular care gives the best results.

What can you do yourself to reduce wrinkles?


Facial massage

A facial massage helps to stimulate blood circulation and relax the muscles in your face. This improves circulation and creates healthier, glowing skin.


A good night's sleep is not only important for your health, but can also help reduce wrinkles. This is because while you sleep, your skin gets the chance to repair and renew itself. A silk pillowcase can also help with this.

Touch your face as little as possible

When you touch your hair all day, it gets greasy faster. If you (unconsciously) touch your face a lot, skin cells can be damaged, causing wrinkles and inflammation. Do you use make-up? Remove it gently as well. Hard scrubbing is unnecessary and will damage your skin.

Drinking water

Drink enough water to keep your skin hydrated. This is because dehydration can lead to wrinkles and fine lines on your face. You can also use hydrating creams and serums to nourish your skin from within and prevent wrinkles.

Take care of your skin with specific anti-wrinkle products

There are several ingredients that actively help reduce wrinkles. Here we list the most important ones for you:


Peptides belong to the short amino acid chains and are the building blocks of proteins, such as keratin, collagen and elastin. When applied through the skin, they stimulate the production of these proteins. Peptides thus help to maintain and increase collagen levels in the skin. This makes the skin plumper and firmer and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. They also improve skin hydration and strengthen the skin barrier, allowing the skin to retain more moisture. Research has also shown that peptides have an anti-bacterial effect, calming the skin and helping to repair inflammation (pimples), skin damage, redness, blemishes and scars.

Colloidal gold

Colloidal gold stimulates the skin's ability to heal itself, optimises the complexion, generates radiance and elasticity and enhances the effect of other beneficial ingredients.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that helps fight harmful free radicals in the skin. It also helps reduce inflammation and redness, which helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C blocks free radicals and stimulates collagen production. It also minimises wrinkles and fine lines, inhibits pigment production and combats fatigue.

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a natural moisturiser, providing better moisture absorption and preventing moisture loss, giving the skin a healthy, firm appearance. It has antioxidant properties, meaning it can help protect the skin from free radical damage. As an important component of the skin, hyaluronic acid is effective in helping maintain elasticity and prevent skin ageing. Its antibacterial properties ensure that hyaluronic acid promotes wound healing.


Caviar improves skin texture and gives the skin a healthy glow. It also gives the skin a hydration boost making wrinkles less visible. It stimulates collagen production, has an antioxidant effect and protects the skin from external influences.


Retinol is a retinoid - a form of vitamin A - that reduces the signs of premature skin ageing. It accelerates skin renewal and fades wrinkles, fine lines and pigmentation spots. It also makes skin firmer, smoother and more even. Retinol also reduces the external signs of acne by preventing clogging of pores by dead skin cells.

Anti-wrinkle products work best when they are part of a healthy lifestyle!

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