Hi and thank you for your question! Development of wrinkles is a natural part of aging process which can emerge during the 20s. Over the long run, these wrinkles respond greatly to treatments like Botox. I understand that you might not be willing to try these treatments just yet and you can certainly wait, but a word of caution that waiting too long might cause dynamic lines (the ones that disapear or lessen when muscles are relaxeed) to turn into static lines (that stay on regardless). In the meantime, there are a number of other things you can do to help: Sun rays are the number one cause of skin aging, so you need to make sure to protect your skin against sun by proper use of sun blocks. Having a healthy diet full of vitamins and other nutrients, staying well hydrated, and avoiding smoking and other harmful habit can also help. There are skin products that can also help with reducing wrinkles (e.g. those with Retin-A) that you can try. I hope it helps and good luck!
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