Treatment options: You can always slather some retinoid creams on your wrinkles - this will increase collagen turnover and refresh the appearance of your forehead skin, though it won't make wrinkles disappear.
The best injectable treatment for forehead wrinkles is a toxin that will weaken the muscles that cause the lines to appear - which means either Dysport or Botox. Dysport is faster-acting, taking hold within 24 hours, while Botox can take up to three days to take effect. No procedure provides a permanent solution, however. A regimen of injections will be required in order to keep the creases at bay.
Surgical treatments: Brow lifts are intended to remove deep forehead wrinkles for patients between 40 and 70 years old, though premature aging may prompt younger individuals to seek the surgery. Although the results last significantly longer than Botox, a brow lift will cost $5,000 to $7,000 - you may find yourself worrying about your budget instead of your worry lines. The procedure is not covered by insurance.