Although no one is exempt from the signs of aging, there are many treatments available to keep these signs at bay. Whether your concern is sagging skin, wrinkles, or hollow areas, we can help.
“Crow’s feet” is the term given to those fine lines around the eye area. These tiny wrinkles might also be known as “smile lines” since they’re the ones that form when we grin.
Treatments: Wrinkle Relaxers
Fine lines are the start of wrinkles and look like small creases on your skin. They’re closer to the surface of your skin, whereas wrinkles are deeper into your skin. You’ll notice fine lines on your face where you make repetitive movements, like around your eyes and your mouth when you smile or squint.
Crepey skin is thin and looks finely wrinkled like crepe paper. It may also sag or feel loose. While crepey skin is similar to common wrinkles in many ways, the condition tends to impact larger areas, and this skin feels noticeably more fragile and thinner.
Facial volume loss is caused partly by the breakdown of proteins such as collagen that provide structure to your skin. This change occurs as we age. The areas that lose volume include the cheeks, the brow, and the lips.
Laugh lines (Nasolabial Fold, Marionette Lines) appear as folds in your skin from both sides of your nose to the corners of your mouth. When you’re younger, the folds may appear only when you smile or laugh, then disappear as your face relaxes. But over time, the lines may become deep, permanent wrinkles that appear whether you’re smiling or not.
Skin laxity or looseness occurs when the skin loses its firmness and structure and becomes loose and starts to sag. Some people refer to this as crepey skin, as well.
Wrinkles are the lines and creases that form in your skin. Some wrinkles can become deep crevices or furrows and may be especially noticeable around your eyes, mouth, and neck.