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RHYTIDES (WRINKLES)
Rhytides or wrinkles are visible creases or folds in the skin.
Fine wrinkles is <1 mm in width while coarse wrinkles is >1 mm in width.
The decision to treat wrinkles depends on the degree that they bother the patient, the nature and severity of the wrinkles, and the patient's willingness to accept the risks and costs of treatment.
The patient should understand that protection from the sun at any age will reduce the risk of photoaging (including wrinkles), actinic keratoses and squamous cell cancer.
Drug Information
Botox
clostridium botulinum toxin type A

Indication: Blepharospasm associated w/ dystonia, including benign essential blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, VIIth nerve ...

Dysport
botulinum A toxin

Indication: Symptomatic treatment of focal spasticity of upper limbs in adults & dynamic equinus foot deformity in amb...

Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula with Vitamin E Skin Therapy Oil For Face
almond oil + apricot kernel oil + argania spinosa ...

Indication: Helps improve fine lines & wrinkles, dark spots, uneven skin tone & aging skin.

QV Lip Balm
butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane + dimethicone + octy...

Indication: Relief & protection of dry, cracked & chapped lips.

SunSense Face
avobenzone + octyl triazone + oxybenzone + titaniu...

Indication: Sunscreen for face to prevent premature ageing. Reduces fine lines & wrinkles.

Indication: Short-term intermittent treatment of moderate to severe facial melasma, in the presence of measures for sun av...

Balance Sunblock SPF35
ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate + titanium dioxide
Dermoplex Calamine
calamine + zinc oxide
Exfoliac Sunblock SPF 25
alpha hydroxy acids + octyl methoxycinnamate + sil...
Norash
calamine + cetrimide + dimethicone + zinc oxide
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