Topical creams that contain ingredients such as alpha hydroxy acids, retinoids, coenzyme Q10 or vitamin C can be an effective way to soften the appearance of wrinkles, according to WebMD. Other methods include lifestyle changes, nutrition changes or medical methods.
Certain lifestyle changes can make a drastic change in the skin. Such changes include ceasing smoking, wearing sunscreen when exposed to sunlight, getting adequate sleep and drinking sufficient water, notes WebMD. Nutritional changes, such as increasing the intake of nutrients such as omega-3, soy and anti-oxidants, can reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Finally, there are a variety of medical treatments that can help. An injection of Botulinum toxin A, more commonly known as botox, into the muscle beneath a wrinkle allows the skin to relax and appear smoother.
Soft tissue filler injections involve the injection of fat collagen and hyaluronic acid gel into the face to plump wrinkle space and make the face appear smoother, states Mayo Clinic. Facelifts are a surgical method to reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles. A facelift is a procedure wherein a surgeon makes incisions around a patient's hairline, tightens the muscle and tissue underneath the skin, and then stitches the skin back in place, according to WedMD.