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Facial Aesthetics

Frown lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet? We’ll all get them one day!

It’s a part of nature that as we age we develop lines, wrinkles and creases in our skin. Whist this change happens all over our body, the effects are most visible on those areas which are exposed, including the face, neck, décolletage and hands.

The skin ageing process is exacerbated by a number of factors such as sun damage, loss of hydration and decreasing levels of collagen in the skin overtime. As well as this, other elements such as stress, diet, weight loss and even our genetics all play a part in how quickly (or not!) our skin ages!

For many people, these wrinkles and lines are accepted as an inevitable sign of age, and perhaps a good indicator that we have laughed, cried and enjoyed many other experiences during our lifetime. For many others however, these frown lines and creases can appear before we are ready for them!

How can I reduce unwanted facial lines?

Today there are many ways in which we can fight back with a wide range of non-surgical facial aesthetic treatments designed to rejuvenate the face by removing fine lines, reducing wrinkles and filling deep folds. These treatments include (but are not limited to!) radio frequency, laser treatments, facial peels, bespoke cosmetic skincare and facial injectables including Botox and dermal fillers.

Once a luxury only available to the rich and famous, facial rejuvenation treatments are now regularly enjoyed by thousands of women, and men, thanks to the fact they are more comfortable, affordable and convenient than ever before.

The facial aesthetics market is constantly researching and developing exciting new products to help restore the look of our skin. Helping to give it a smooth, beautifully healthy and more youthful appearance for longer.

Where do facial lines appear?

Lines and wrinkles can appear on most parts of the face.

It is common for wrinkles and lines to appear around the eyes and lips first. This type of wrinkle is described as ‘dynamic’ and will arise as a result of repeated movement in the facial muscles, such as laughing, smiling, squinting or smoking. These finer dynamic wrinkles will generally appear first, normally in our 30’s and over, although some people can notice them earlier while others will avoid them until later.

Deeper folds and lines such as ‘worry lines’ on the forehead, nasolabial folds (running from the nose to the mouth) and ‘smile lines’ around the mouth and chin most commonly appear in our 40’s onwards.

Whilst again these lines are a result of repetitive muscle movement, they also arise as a result of depleted collagen, hydration and other oils in the skin.

Many dermal fillers work by replenishing your bodies’ natural reserve of collagen, encouraging it to reproduce naturally overtime. This helps to plump and fill any folds. With regular treatment, dermal fillers can be highly effective and give long-lasting results.

We are pleased to offer a number of facial aesthetic treatments, all of which are quick, comfortable, convenient and will give fast results. Relax in the comfort of our practice while we administer your treatment.

All of our injectable facial aesthetics incorporate an anaesthetic to help reduce any discomfort. By injecting tiny quantities with a very fine needle they are highly targeted giving minimal effect on other areas of the face. They do not require any recovery time and can even be completed in a lunch hour!

So, if you are looking to significantly improve the look of your skin in a comfortable, affordable and non-surgical way call us today to book a FREE, no obligation consultation.

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