Wrinkles may be a sign of a life lived, but they are also a constant reminder of the slow ebb of youthful vigour and the gradual approach of old age. Skin can become drier, thinner, with deep lines and loss of volume.
In the eternal battle against ageing, there are now a range of options available in the area of skin rejuvenation, such as dermal fillers which offer a minimally invasive way to turn back the clock on wrinkles and deep lines.
Science of Ageing
The science behind skin ageing is definitively linked to the diminishing production of collagen and elastin by the body. Collagen is the support protein for skin while elastin keeps skin firm and wrinkle free.
Through the years, lifestyle and environmental factors contribute to the effects on the skin, such as sun damage, smoking, hormone levels and genetics.
Along with the effects of recurrent facial muscle movements, such as smiling and squinting or frowning, it is not surprising that lines and wrinkles appear, some deeper and more visible than others.
Not every wrinkle is suitable for dermal fillers, but there are a number of areas of the face best for treatment.
Dermal fillers work by rejuvenating the skin without having to resort to drastic measures like surgery. Often referred to as a “liquid facelift”, fillers have the benefits of a surgical facelift without the need for invasive surgery.
With dermal fillers, skin can reclaim the appearance of timeless beauty as skin is plump and facial lines reduced.
Dermal fillers are a very popular, safe and long-lasting solution to the facial ageing, and can help boost self-esteem and aid in looking and feeling great.
To discover more about different types of dermal filler and find out what would work best for your skin, call Cosmetic Doctor on 01 685 3100 or see the photos on www.cosmeticdoctor.ie/anti-wrinkle-injections/dermal-fillers