When it comes to looking after your skin, there is no ‘one size fits all’. The most appropriate skincare regime or treatment, particularly for people with problem skin, should be recommended by a dermatologist through professional assessment.
Smoking has a damaging effect on the skin and the lips are often the area most affected, because of the repetitive action of drawing the smoke. The good news is there are treatments available to reduce the appearance of smoker’s lines.
As we age, the skin under our eyes loses volume and can become thinner and more vulnerable to ageing. The tear trough can become deeper and appear darker, and eye bags can start to form. The good news is that there are gentle, non-surgical treatments that can make huge improvements.
Oral commissure lines form in the corners of the mouth, where the upper lip meets the lower lip. We have a variety of treatments which restore youthful volume in the lips and reduce the appearance of oral commissure lines.
The thicker skin on our brow or ‘glabella’ is more prone to deeper lines. Glabella lines are the vertical lines that develop between our eyebrows, often called 11s because of their parallel nature. We have a variety of treatments which can plump and soften these lines.