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How a wrinkle is formed?

Wrinkles and fine lines are the most easily visible signs resulting from the obstacle course the skin has to face. Helped along by the sagging of the tissue, these wrinkles and lines result in the formation of a type of canvas covered with cracks of varying depths. As time goes by, they deepen, reaching the dermis, which is the skin’s supporting mattress. When the dermis loses its elasticity, it becomes slack and deeper wrinkles begin to form. These wrinkles are more than 0.05 millimeters in depth, therefore they are the longest and widest.