Let’s face it, every time you check your reflection there could be another new wrinkle staring back at you. 

Maybe you’ve even learned to ignore them. 

But you’ll want to take a closer look after you read this… 

Because ONE type of wrinkle isn’t just an annoying part of getting older – it’s actually an important sign of hidden heart disease. 

The sign to look for: deep forehead wrinkles. 

New research out of France shows that men and women with deeply furrowed brows are ten times more likely to die from heart disease! 

Now, we’re not talking light or shallow lines. We’re talking deep wrinkles that track across the forehead.  

If you have a smooth forehead, you have the least risk of dying from a heart attack, stroke, or other cardiovascular event. 

You may be wondering whether this particular type of wrinkle matters more than other types of wrinkles.  

Good question. The answer is yes – it does. The researchers found that crow’s feet and other wrinkles played no role at all. 

Scientists believe the reason is that your forehead has smaller blood vessels. When there’s hardening of the arteries and plaque build-up, the lack of blood flow shows up fastest where the blood vessels are small.  

In other words, in your forehead. 

This matches up with another sign of hidden heart disease: earlobe creases. It’s called Frank’s sign, after the doctor who discovered it, Dr. Sanders T. Frank.  

The area is similarly fueled by tiny blood vessels.  

To spot earlobe creases, check for a diagonal wrinkle across your earlobe. It looks like you folded your ear lobe in half and it left a crease. Its presence has been linked to a 45% higher risk of heart attack or stroke. 

Of course, there are other more conventional signs of heart disease, like high blood pressure. But these two “wrinkle-indicators” are easy to see with your own eyes.