According to a researcher at the University Hospital of Liege, Belgium, there are four particularly various types of wrinkles that one can have on face.
Atrophic Crinkling Rhytids
These are the fine lines/wrinkles on the face that are almost similar to each other. They show up on various areas of the face. These wrinkles are related to the loss of elasticity.
Permanent Elastic Creases
These are the crease lines in the skin that become progressively permanent with time, particularly with the sun exposure. They may be shown up commonly on the cheeks, the base of the neck and the upper lip.
Dynamic Expression Lines
These are wrinkles that are produced by the facial muscle movement and commonly stated as the frown lines or the crow’s feet.
These lines/wrinkles are because of the effects of severity and become gradually obvious as the skin starts to fold or sag. These wrinkles are related to the thickness of the skin.