Unfortunately there is really no natural way to do get rid of them, only to reduce the appearance of them. I think we all have a tendency to look at pictures online (typically of women half our age), and wish we could have their skin, etc. It doesn’t help either that beauty product claims are themselves “simulated” in their examples. It’s a bit of a crapshoot really.
The best that anyone can REALLY do, in real world, without surgery or botox or whatever, is simple to NOT highlight what you have. Matte finishes and foundations etc. reduce them in appearance significantly. Also, technique when applying anything over your skin is probably the most important part. If you watch most YouTube videos, they’ll use blenders or brushes to apply makeup, but what happens if your skin isn’t perfectly smooth? Well, if you look at your foundation under magnification, you’ll see that without proper technique, your foundation skips over the wrinkles, pores and every ridge on your face, which then significantly increases how much you see your pores and wrinkles (since it’s basically a “hole” in the foundation showing a different shade of real skin inside the wrinkles/pore.)
Needless to say, use one hand to slightly stretch out your skin where you’re applying foundation, then let it go to rest and keep blotting/brushing that spot. That way, your skin is actually covered with the same shade through and through. Think about it this way…. crinkle up a piece of paper and with it all balled up, apply foundation smoothly over it. Now open up and flatten out the piece of paper and look at just how much your smooth application missed. I know, extreme, but hope you get the idea. 🙂