Skin health experts have found that wrinkles on both sides of the face are caused by sleep on that particular part of the face, leading to poor blood supply and the absence of lymph flow.

Smooth lines on both sides of the face are a sign of lack of moisture and dehydration, and lead to the emergence of permanent wrinkles around the mouth, while the depth of the creases of the skin around the corner of the eye on the extent of exposure to sunlight, as UV rays lead to weak skin cells and blood vessels and result in the emergence of Intermittent pigmentation and vessels.

Psychological stress is reflected in the shape of the eyebrows, to appear crumpled with vertical grooves reaching the forehead, and anxiety leads to the emergence of deep horizontal lines wrinkles on the forehead and chin as well and crystallize sugar-rich lifestyle in the form of wrinkles and black circles surrounding the eye.