Lines and wrinkles will affect the skin on almost all people to some extent, as a person gets older. When they affect the face, they will commonly appear on the forehead, around the eyes and mouth, and also on the cheeks.
Wrinkles on the face will often begin as finer lines that can become more prominent as they develop into deeper creases.
There are two main reasons for the development of lines and wrinkles; weakened skin and facial movement.
Weakened skin is mainly down to the loss of collagen and elastin from its internal structure. This process usually begins when a person is in their 20’s, and at a rate of approximately 1% each year. By the time a person reaches their 30’s or 40’s this loss leads to a reduction in tissue density and thinner skin, from which the effects start to become noticeable.
Facial muscles are responsible for the many times our faces move each day as we talk, eat and show emotion. As the muscles move, so do the underlying tissues and the overlying skin, which forms a wrinkle. In our youth the skin will return to its original smooth appearance, however as we age and both the skin and the muscles tire, the wrinkles will become static. Common examples of these creases include: frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead lines and lip lines.
The Facebible takes an individual approach to each case of lines and wrinkles and will put together a personalised treatment plan, based on your concerns.
The type of method used to reduce the look of your wrinkles will depend on which part of the face needs treating, and whether weakened skin or facial movement is the cause.
Dermal fillers are the most effective method of restoring strength and volume to the ageing skin that is prevalent in the formation of wrinkles on the cheeks, lips, decolletage and hands.
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