Lines and wrinkles develop naturally as part of the ageing process. They may be static or visible only upon expression. Other signs of ageing generally accompany their formation, such as skin laxity and loss of volume.
A number of factors can exacerbate the appearance of wrinkles, including:
- Poor hydration
- Sun damage
- Habitual facial expressions
We find that fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes, or crow’s feet, are often of particular concern to our patients, with some reporting that people comment they look tired or even sad when they have had a refreshing night’s sleep.
We offer a number of treatments that can help minimise the appearance of wrinkles, help prevent the formation of new wrinkles, or achieve general facial rejuvenation. We generally recommend that patients use a tailored skincare plan in conjunction with in-clinic treatments to maintain overall skin health.
In-clinic treatment options that can brighten, smooth, and rejuvenate dull or lacklustre skin include: