Deep forehead wrinkles Treatment, Marylebone, London

As we age, it’s not uncommon for horizontal lines to appear on our forehead which deepen as we age. These lines are a natural part of the ageing process and are caused by a variety of factors such as sun exposure, repetitive facial movements, and loss of skin elasticity. While these lines can add character and depth to our face, many people wish to soften their appearance.

If you’re looking for ways to tackle deep lines on your forehead, you’ll be pleased to hear that there are several steps you can take to help minimise their appearance and improve the overall health and appearance of your skin. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the most effective strategies for tackling deep lines on the forehead, from lifestyle changes to skincare products and cosmetic procedures. From skincare to more advanced treatments, read on for everything you need to know.

Why do we get wrinkles?

As we age, our skin loses collagen and elastin, leading to wrinkles. The effects of time, gravity, and lifestyle factors exacerbate this process, resulting in wrinkles that range from small, fine lines to deeper folds and ridges, also known as “furrows”. These wrinkles can either be “dynamic”, caused by facial movement, or “static”, due to the loss of skin elasticity and outside factors such as smoking or sun damage. Dynamic wrinkles are only visible when the face is in motion, whereas static wrinkles are visible even when the face is at rest. However, some dynamic lines may eventually turn into static wrinkles, particularly those that appear on the forehead, around the eyes (crow’s feet), and mouth (smoker’s lines).

Tackling forehead lines

Start with skincare

Caring for your skin begins with taking care of it at home. Applying daily SPF is crucial to protect against premature ageing from sun damage. Staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water is also important, as dehydration can significantly impact your skin’s appearance. Additionally, it’s essential to wash your face regularly and remove makeup. Adopting a good skincare routine can also help maintain your skin’s health. With such a vast range of skincare products available, seeking advice from a skincare professional will help you identify the most effective products for your skin, provided you have the budget to invest. Prioritising protection is key and using SPF and antioxidants can help prevent sun damage, while hydrating serums are ideal for keeping your skin moisturised.


Botox works by disrupting the transmission of nerve impulses that instruct muscles to contract. This is achieved through the blocking of acetylcholine receptors in the muscle. When injected into the muscles, the toxin reduces their ability to contract, resulting in the softening of “dynamic” wrinkles such as frown lines, which appear where facial muscles move during expressions. By weakening the muscles responsible for these expressions for a period of three to six months, the product can help soften forehead lines, by specifically targeting the muscles involved in creating these expressions.

Sofwave Ultrasound

Sofwave a leading ultrasound procedure that stimulates the natural production of collagen within our skin. It can be applied to the forehead area to stimulate the production of strengthening collagen stores across the forehead lines. This helps to tighten and smooth the skin while smoothing the appearance of deep forehead wrinkles.


Microneedling is a skin rejuvenation treatment that uses tiny needles in an automated pen to puncture the upper layer of skin. By creating these microscopic ‘micro-channels’ in the skin, the dermis is forced to switch to its ‘defence mode’ as it races to heal the wounded skin, which results in greater elastin and collagen production. Over time, this helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and elevates the overall texture. And that’s not all, microneedling creates a channel to the deeper layers of skin to fast-track your skincare ingredients deep into the dermis, making them work even harder.

If you’d like to learn more about the various treatment options, or to establish what’s right for you, click here to enquire or to book a consultation.