RELAX AND SMOOTH

UPPER FACE ANTI-WRINKLE TREATMENT

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Upper Face Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

Frown, Forehead and Crows feet wrinkles are the most common source of concern and the first sign of ageing for most people. These areas can be treated singularly or in combination with each other which will relax and smooth a persons appearance.

Frown Lines

Frown lines are the most common cause of concern for most people and are caused by the contraction of the glabellar muscles. Overactive or increased use of these muscles can result in the dreaded ‘angry 11’s’ lines vertically in the middle of the forehead.

FOrehead lines

Horizontal forehead wrinkles are caused by the increased use of the frontalis muscle responsible for raising our eyebrows. Lifestyle factors and increased time in the sun can also effect the development of these wrinkles. Forehead wrinkles can often make a person appear older than they are, creating a tired stressed appearance.

Crows feet lines

Crows feet wrinkles are formed by the contraction of the muscle surrounding the eye. This muscle is responsible for our squinting action and appear when we contract this muscle when we laugh and smile. Over time, these lines can deepen and can become present at rest. In some people, they can extend into the cheek area and further under the eye.

Utilising upper face anti-wrinkle treatment injections in these areas will reduce the muscle contractility. This will prevent the existing lines from deepening and new wrinkles from forming. Overtime as the muscles relax, the appearance of the upper face will smooth, leaving a refreshed, youthful appearance.

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