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How to Smooth Out Fine Lines Sans Needle

How to Smooth Out Fine Lines Sans Needle

Nowadays, you have a full host of anti-aging treatments at your disposal, such as Botox, fillers, and peels. If you're not a fan of needles, don't worry. There are plenty of options to soften those fine lines and wrinkles without going down the injectable route.

From regular skincare products to in-office treatments, you have plenty of options when it comes to minimizing the appearance of fines lines and boosting overall skin health.

Here are six needle-free ways to soften your fine lines and wrinkles through skincare.


#1: Rely On Retinol

Retinol is a vitamin A derivative proven to help reduce fine lines. It works by increasing your skin's cellular turnover, enabling new, fresh cells to rise up to the top layers of your skin. 

Retinoids reduce fine lines and wrinkles by boosting collagen production -- a process that depletes year by year once you hit your 20s. They also stimulate the production of new blood vessels in the skin, enhancing skin tone. Alongside this, retinol skincare products can help treat hyperpigmentation, rough skin texture, and even acne.

However, it takes three to six months of consistent use before you see a noticeable improvement in your skin.

If you have sensitive skin or you find retinol generally too harsh for your skin, try bakuchiol skincare products instead. Rainbow's Glow Bundle contains a glow-enhancing blend of bakuchiol and glycolic acid to slough away dead skin cells and smooth out fine lines for a youthful, glowing complexion. 


#2: Wear Sunscreen Every Day

Prevention is much better than cure. That's why dermatologists urge you to wear SPF daily to fend off fine lines, wrinkles, and discoloration. According to the pros, around 80 percent of skin aging is a result of UV damage. So if you want to smooth out your fine lines and prevent them from happening in the first place, invest in a quality sunscreen -- and wear it every single day without fail.

A small 2016 study found that daily use of sun protection may also visibly reverse existing sun damage, including creases, dullness, hyperpigmentation, and roughness. Not only that! Daily sun protection protects you from the worst of them all: skin cancer. It's a small act to make to prevent yourself from all these skin and health concerns. 

Remember to re-apply throughout the day if you're outside for more than an hour. Doing this will maintain your protection from the sun.


#3: Incorporate Exfoliating Acids

To boost glow, skin tone, and remove dead skin cells, start using exfoliating acids in your skincare routine. Exfoliation is important in any skincare routine -- but especially anti-aging routines. Besides improving skin texture and enhancing your natural radiance, regular exfoliation can help other skincare products penetrate more deeply, improving their performance. 

"Alpha hydroxy acids are a great option if your skin can tolerate them, but for a gentler version look to polyhydroxy acids," explains consultant dermatologist, Dr. Anjali Mahto. "Their larger molecular size means they don’t penetrate quite as deeply as AHAs, but still have excellent exfoliating properties."

You will find alpha hydroxy acids in Rainbow's Tighten Bundle -- a face mask + serum formulated with a firming, exfoliating blend of AHAs and red seaweed. 


#4: Stay Moisturized

To plump out creases and crow's feet, use a moisturizer formulated with hydrating skincare ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, coconut oil, and argan oil. Hydration is essential for keeping skin young, firm, and healthy. Plus, if you choose a topical formula infused with antioxidants, it can also fight signs of aging -- while deleting dryness.

Don't forget to moisturize your body, too. That needs just as much care and attention, so start using a body lotion or oil every time you step out of the shower.

Rainbow's Hydrate Bundle features a face and body mask and serum formulated with hyaluronic acid and vitamin B5 to quench skin's thirst and smooth out creases. It's suitable for all skin types and is best used as part of your daily routine.


#5: Up Your Vitamin C Levels

As we mentioned before, sun exposure plays a major role in the youthful appearance of skin. The more sun you get, the looser, dryer, and older your skin may appear. That's why you should try adding vitamin C into your regimen. Vitamin C boosts collagen production and fights free radical damage, helping skin to stay looking younger for longer. 

For extra protection, try wearing a vitamin C serum under your sunscreen to help shield against the sun’s damaging effects.

Rainbow's Smooth Bundle is a two-step routine for dewy, youthful skin. Made with vegan collagen and vitamin C, this mask and serum duo helps gently smooth out fine lines and wrinkles while leaving your complexion glowing.


#6: Try a Laser Treatment

There are many different types of laser resurfacing treatments that help with everything from acne scars to hyperpigmentation to fine lines and wrinkles. According to some dermatologists, the best type for minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is ablative laser -- the most powerful laser. Ablative lasers remove the top and second layer of the skin by superheating water in the skin. 

"The body responds by making new, younger-looking skin," says Manish Shah, MD, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Denver. "The skin gets tighter, while the fine lines are removed and the wrinkles are softened. Sun spots are lightened, and benign skin growths are destroyed."

The treatment comes with around a week of downtime, and patients can expect to see final results in about six months. 


If you're looking to smooth out your fine lines without going under the needle, you certainly can. In fact, most of what you're looking for can be achieved with a few smart skincare products containing the anti-aging elixirs like retinol, AHAs, vitamin C, and sunscreen.

You can, of course, see faster, more visible results from in-office treatments, such as microneedling, chemical peels, and laser therapy. Speak to your dermatologist to learn more about these procedures before booking one. It's important to know which would be the most suitable for your skin type and concerns.


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