Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments– should you or shouldn’t you? This is a question that depends on your personal preferences, and this post will give you somethoughts to chew on.
Having Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in your 20’s
The question of whether or not should you have Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in your 20’s has been a controversial subject over the years. is seen as a preventative measure rather than a corrective one.
The science behind it is that the muscles in the face are far more responsive in people who are in their 20’s. Therefore, instead of freezing the muscle it ‘coaxes’ it into behaving.
People who consider Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in their 20’s should factor in their chronological age rather than their biological age. It’s often the case that even though one’s skin is young (according to chronological age),the impact of a stressful life can cause the skin to age earlier.
Therefore Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in your 20’s shouldn’t be decided based on your age, but rather, should be assessed on the quality of your skin.
Getting Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in your 30’s
Getting Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in your 30’s may be indicated. However, it is at this time that aging can seem much more apparent – with the stresses of everyday life, work, children, families, and so on.
Usually, women and men in their 30’s have one or two sessions of Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments a year to give them a youthful boost.
Of course, Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments is not always the answer even if you’ve already had it. It’s always a good idea to address why your skin is ageing. In doing so, you help make your Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments more effective.
The following are some tips to help prevent your skin from ageing:
- Limit sun exposure and use a sun protection product even in winter
While lines do contribute to older looking skin, the sun can cause the likes of brown spots and dehydrated skin, which can add years on to your skin.
- Avoid too much alcohol
Excess alcohol is not only bad for you but it has devastating effects on your skin. It often leaves your skin red because it stimulates your blood pressure too high. Therefore, drink plenty of water to keep your skin looking supple and fresh.
- Always have a good skincare routine
It is a good idea to remove cosmetics nightly and exfoliate two to three times a week, while remembering to moisturise. Skin masks designed to combat skin problems will also help to protect and nourish your skin.
- Try to eat better
The foods that you eat has an overall effect on your skin and body,not to mention how you feel. Vegan and vegetarian diets have been shown to significantly improve skin, as well as eating clean, gluten and refined sugar free foods.
Book a consultation for Anti-Wrinkle Injection Treatments in Dublin at the clinic of Dr. Lisa Fay today by calling 01 685 3100.