Smooth away fine lines and wrinkles
As we age, collagen production decreases resulting in fine lines and wrinkles on the eyes, forehead, cheeks and around the mouth.
Lines and wrinkles are a normal part of aging. When we get older, our skin’s collagen and elastin fibres do not work as efficiently as they were and your skin’s top lay can start to lose firmness.
Causes of lines and wrinkles
Lines and wrinkles are caused by a number of reasons such as:
Sun exposure. Long-term UV exposure can result in reducing skin elasticity and degradation of skin texture
Smoking can accelerate the normal aging process of your skin, contributing to wrinkles. This may be due to changes in the blood supply to your skin.
Repeated facial expressions such as frowning, smiling or lifting up the forehead muscles in surprise, wrinkles are likely to form and set in those locations.
Treatments for lines and wrinkles
AFAs Chemical Peel Treatments provide potent antioxidant benefits and effective exfoliation gentle enough for all skin types.
Diamond Tip Microdermabrasion erases years from the appearance of your skin naturally without the use of invasive procedures.
Alumier MD Peel
AlumierMD Peel Treatments are the next generation of clinical exfoliation.
Green PeelWith the 3 GREEN PEEL® treatment methods each individual skin need can be met. Be it a gentle fresh-up, active revitalising or an intensive skin peel.
This therapy involves using fine needles to create hundreds of tiny, invisible puncture wound in the top layer of skin.
Prevention of lines and wrinkles
Using an effective SPF 50 everyday, even in the winter, will help to protect the skin barrier. When our skin is exposured to the sun it is damaged and this can cause fine lines. Dehydrated skin often leads to wrinkles, by keeping your skin hydrated at all times with an effective eye and face cosmeceutical cream can slow the ageing process.
Symptoms of lines and wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles show as creases in the skin around the eyes, the forehead and from the nose to the sides of the mouth. Often the jawline also softens with age, with the skin starting to sag and appear loose.
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