By Lisa Sigell

LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Skin guru Dr. Howard Murad has dedicated his life to improving people’s skin and years of experience have taught him that it’s lifestyle, not genetics, that’s the main factor behind wrinkles.

READ MORE: News Conference Wednesday In ‘Rust’ Shooting Death Of Halyna Hutchins

You’ve probably heard smoking, pollution and dress can damage your skin.

But, the way you sleep can also cause temporary fine lines to develop on our face. You can reduce those temporary lines using good products with anti-aging properties. Retin-A and glycolic peels are also useful in keep your skin young.

Women also need to be aware that their cleavage is vulnerable area to aging. All that pushing up and pulling in causes fine lines and that area needs to be treated with the same care as the face – with lotions and serums containing anti-oxidants, vitamin C, vitamin E and sunscreen.

Dr. Murad also revealed that treatments meant to get rid of the wrinkles may cause them.

READ MORE: 'When I Finally Got To Be Elvira, That's When My Life Calmed Down': Mistress Of The Dark Peels Back The Curtain

Botox and Dysport can in some people actually cause wrinkles to develop in other areas. It is rare, but it can happen, according to Dr., Murad. Botox paralyzes muscles in your face so it may cause ripple effects.

And what about that theory that you need to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day for healthy skin?

False, according to Dr. Murad.

The dermatologist says it’s more important to get your water from raw fruits and vegetables because they have anti-oxidants, nutrients and ruffage that help your cell better absorb water than if you drank a glass of H2O straight up.

By making a few changes in your lifestyle Dr. Murad says it’s possible to slow down the aging process.

MORE NEWS: Jan. 6 Committee To Subpoena Former Chapman Law Professor John Eastman

For more information about Dr. Murad visit