Women wrinkle more easily than men, a new study has confirmed.
The researchers have attributed women's wrinkles woes to fewer sweat and sebaceous glands, fewer blood vessels, and a different muscle structure.
According to CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton, women are more likely to get wrinkles around the mouth and nose.
While talking on the CBS News' 'The Early Show', Ashton said as women age the muscles pull in closer to the mouth, and cause wrinkles.
She recommended women to avoid direct exposure to sun and quit smoking.
She also insists to avoid going under the knife and evade drastic weight loss.
The study appears in Aesthetic Surgery Journal.