Hey there! My name is Dr. Ryan Shelton and it’s Friday again! I always love Fridays because it’s the one day of the week when I get to interact with my customers on a more personal level by answering some skincare questions for them, and the questions I have today are some really great ones.
My first question comes from Taylor in Casper, WY.
Q: Hi Dr. Ryan, I’ve recently started to get some really deep wrinkles around my forehead and in between my eyebrows. They make me really self-conscious. What can I do to get rid of them?
A: Hi Taylor! I’m sorry to hear that the wrinkles you’re starting to notice are making you feel so low about your appearance, but don’t worry - I’m here to help you!
First, You’re definitely not alone when it comes to feeling self-conscious about your skin.
If there’s anything I’ve learned from these weekly mailbags, it’s that there is a supportive community of people who know exactly what you’re experiencing, and we’re all here for you!
Second, there are a lot of things you can do to help make your wrinkles a lot less noticeable. My biggest recommendation is to start focusing on building collagen in your skin.
Collagen is what gives our skin a plump, smooth look, but as we age, our body gets a little slow at producing it and the end results are wrinkles and sagging skin.
To kick your body into gear and get it to produce that collagen as quickly as it did when you were a bright-eyed teenager, you need a product with peptides.
Peptides are types of proteins that help build a lot of different important parts of our bodies.
By helping our skin produce more collagen and elastin, they help to create a smoother, less-wrinkled complexion that will make you pleasantly surprised and more confident!
In fact, it’s a great thing that you asked me this question because I have something in the works that might just help you solve your problem…
I’m releasing a new product very soon that’s specifically designed to help your skin produce more collagen, and I have no doubt that this product will help you achieve the look you’ve been missing!
I can’t reveal what it is just yet, but you can sign up to be one of the first to try it here.
I can’t wait for you to try my new product and get your confidence back!
My next question comes from Sasha in Tulsa, OK.
Q: Hi Dr. Ryan. When I was younger I used to have beautiful, rosy cheeks, but in recent years they started to look like they are sagging a bit. Is there anything I can do to help stop this and make them look like they used to?
A: Hi Sasha, sagging skin is so common as we start to age, and it can really put a weight on your shoulders and make you feel a lot less confident once you start to notice this change. Luckily, I have a couple of recommendations for you.
Just like Taylor, it seems that your skin is struggling to produce enough collagen, which is what’s causing all that sagging.
On top of that, it sounds like you may need to boost the elastin in your skin.
Both Collagen and Elastin are so important to maintain a youthful glow. Without them, you’ll start to notice all the common signs of aging like wrinkles, fine lines and sagging skin.
I would definitely recommend that you start using something to boost your Collagen and Elastin production, and there’s no better way to do that than with peptides.
If you read my response to Taylor’s question, you can probably tell by now that I love peptides.
They are so impressive with how they can transform our complexions, and they have so many different benefits!
Since you’re needing a Collagen boost, I’d make the same recommendation as I did earlier and advise you to sign up for our early access list and find out what our new product will be!
My next recommendation is to try a product like my Repair and Release Cream which is designed to help plump and rejuvenate your complexion.
You can use either of these products on their own, or give your skin an extra boost and use them together!
Either way, you’re going to be so happy with the results and I have no doubt this will solve your problem and make you feel like a teenager again.
Good luck, Sasha!