Smooth out those wrinkles with an expansive range of treatments to counter the ageing process.
As you age it is quite normal to develop wrinkles on your face, particularly around your eyes, on your forehead and your nasal labial folds. Wrinkles will also develop on other parts of your body. Typically the areas most commonly affected are those that are have been most exposed to sunlight. These include your hands, face and décolleté.
Whilst laugher is definitely the best medicine, over time it can cause crease wrinkles. These tend to develop around the eyes and mouth as your skin’s elasticity decreases. In the main, this decrease in elasticity is the result of your skin’s collagen reducing naturally as you age.
As well as collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin also provide structure, strength and elasticity to youthful skin. Over time wrinkles develop as these proteins and acids diminish. Whilst maintaining a good diet, regular exercise and an effective skin maintenance regime will help stem the development of wrinkles, there are also a number of quick, simple and safe treatments that can help reduce and eliminate your wrinkles once they do appear.
All our doctors have a specialist interest in dermatology and have a huge amount of experience, working in hospital dermatology departments and running award winning dermatology services. This provides clients like you with the assurance of their clinical expertise and extensive knowledge of all skin conditions.
Using this knowledge, the clinic’s practitioners are able to take a holistic approach to your skin that incorporates the very latest treatments and techniques, but also includes advice on diet, lifestyle and day-to-day skin maintenance routines. Over time our technicians and practitioners develop a good understanding of your specific skin requirements ensuring you achieve the exceptional results we have built our reputation on.
Some types of facial wrinkles you can treat
• Atrophic Crinkling Rhytids or fine lines and are associated with loss of elasticity
• Dynamic Expression Lines (Includes Laughter Lines) resulting from muscle movement
• Gravitational folds – as the name implies are a result of gravity and occur as your skin becomes thinner and your dermal and subcutaneous layers lose volume.