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wrin·kle

(ring'kĕl),
A furrow, fold, or crease in the skin, particularly of a type seen with increasing occurrence as a result of sun exposure or, in perioral skin, cigarette smoking; associated with degeneration of dermal elastic tissue.

wrinkle

(rĭng′kl) [AS. gewrinclian, to wind]
1. A crevice, furrow, or ridge in the skin.
2. To make creases or furrows, as in the skin by habitual frowning.
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If the length of one beam of light becomes longer or shorter than the other, that indicates a wrinkle is starting to form.
Don't worry--the skin makes more oil and the wrinkles go away.
In the fall of 1987, a PR firm retained by Ortho sent local television stations a letter touting Retin-A as a wrinkle-remover for sun-damaged skin and offering to arrange appearances for dermatologists "to go on TV and talk about Retin-A and wrinkles.
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The eye cream features exclusive, advanced anti-wrinkle technologies that help dramatically diminish the look of lines and wrinkles, reversing the key signs of apparent aging around the eye area for a years-younger look.
Their reasoning is that polyester, of course, doesn't wrinkle.
As for wrinkles, Rigel warns, if you keep soaking up rays, your skin will look old before its time.
5W Public Relations will execute a comprehensive public relations program designed to introduce JuveRestThe Sleep Wrinkle Pillow as a beauty breakthrough for combating "sleep wrinkles," to consumers and media.
Although UVB irradiation stimulates the activity of fibroblast elastases in the dermis, a synthetic inhibitor specific for fibroblast elastases prevents wrinkle formation.
In the first long-term study which measured the speed of wrinkle development, boffins discovered that dry skin more than doubles the speed at which wrinkles develop.
But there's already a wrinkle in the wrinkle-free story.