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Forehead Wrinkles

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2 months 2 weeks ago - 2 months 4 days ago #230 by Cathy Fraleigh
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Hi Allison,

Can you tell me what causes horizontal forehead wrinkles? Is it loss of collagen or heavy metals? When I became anemic in 2019 I developed many forehead wrinkles seemed like overnight. Does anemia cause loss of collagen? I was taking an antacid at the time I became anemic. Is there a cell salt that can help with the wrinkles? Also marionette lines got a lot worse. I look like I aged 10 years overnight. I'm not sure if marionette lines are from loss of minerals. Any help would be great .

Thank you,
Cathy

Thanks,
Cathy
Last edit: 2 months 4 days ago by Alison Effting.

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2 months 4 days ago - 2 months 4 days ago #232 by Alison Effting
Replied by Alison Effting on topic Forehead Wrinkles
Hi Cathy
There are three predominant tissue salts for ageing and wrinkles:
  • Horizontal wrinkles are generally related to a deficiency of Silicea ;
  • Oblique to vertical creases are typically associated with a lack of Calc Fluor and loss of elasticity;
  • Loss of collagen is usually related to Kali Sulph deficiency.
All three of these can contribute to premature ageing processes, and if in a situation of extreme stress, your body uses more than usual to cope with the impact of stress, then your skin is one of the first places it will show up. (After all, your vital organs are much more important than how you appear on the outside!) 

Then other causes also relate to horizontal lines on the forehead, an overactive frontalis muscle due to stress or light sensitivity (Silicea again). Mag Phos can help if you are unconsciously tensing and frowning and is also great for managing stress levels. Finally, if you had heavy metal toxicity, your body would use lots of its Silicea stores to cleanse the connective tissues.

The marionette lines are mostly oblique to vertical, and I would place Calc Fluor in that picture. The sagging feature, as well as my instincts, suggests acid imbalance, as the taste sensation of acid or sour tends to make one pull the face that produces these lines. This picture indicates that oxygenation and acid metabolism play a role. In addition to Nat Phos for balancing acid, Kali Sulph is relevant for cell oxygenation to prevent acid build-up in the first place. Also, anaemia is a stress to the body and generally provokes an oxygenation crisis, into which the Kali Sulph oxygen delivery system gets hampered.

We put all of these together in the Beauty Synergy with Kali Mur to rebuild tissue fibres and Nat Mur . You can think of the latter as your internal hydration manager, the cell moisturiser, also associated with nasolabial folds.

I hope that helps!
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