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Facial Aesthetic procedures are gaining in popularity due to the positive benefits they bring to well being and self-esteem. Advances in injectable aesthetic treatments and professional skincare today can tackle the signs of ageing and produce long lasting natural looking results, which will boost your confidence and inner beauty.
In the image below you can have a look at how the ageing affects different areas of your face as well as which treatment options are currently available to you.
The ageing signs become more prominent on the lower third of our face, due to volume
loss and descent from the mid face.
— Do you have the sad look/drooping lips’s corners and marionette lines? (Anti-Wrinkle
— Do you lack definition of your jaw line due to jowls formation? (Anti-Wrinkle Injections,
— Do you have stubborn fat under your chin-double chin? (Threads – Non-Surgical Facial
— Do your lips lack volume and definition? (Dermal Fillers – Hyaluronic Acid (HA))
Always consider as a starting point restoration of the middle face rather than focusing only on
treating specific areas of the lower third. Approaching your face as a whole and treating it
accordingly will optimise correction of ageing signs of the lower third and minimise the risk of
As we age the first area to loose
volume is the middle of our face (lower
part of the eye and cheeks). This, in
combination with the gravitation effect
contributes to a drooping face and
formation of Nasiolabial folds (nose to
mouth lines) which results in a tired
— Soften the lines around your eyes/
crow’s fee (Anti-Wrinkle Injections,
— Mask the dark circles and improve
the hollow under the eyes, known as
Tear Trough (Dermal Fillers: ELLANSÉ
— Restore lack of cheek fulness and
contour the mid of your face into a
V-Youth Shape (Dermal Fillers:
— Soften Nasiolabial folds (Skin
The visible signs of ageing that appear in the upper third of our face consist of static lines
& wrinkles on the forehead, frown area and around the eyes (crow’s feet), hollowing of the
temples and dropping of the brow which can cause us to look tired or older.
— Are your temples too hollow? (Dermal Fillers: Hyaluronic Acid (HA))
Softening the wrinkles of the upper third, for a fresh less tired look, remains the most popular
treatment. But how does the ageing process affect the remaining two thirds of our face? Have
you ever thought that correcting only the upper face would make more prominent the ageing
signs of the mid and lower face?
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