Which areas are more prone to wrinkles?
Typically, the most common areas for wrinkles to appear are Frown Lines aka Glabellar Lines, Crows Feet around the outside corner of the eye, Forehead Lines and Lip Lines.
What’s the best way to treat wrinkles?
Non-surgical options include prescription creams, peels, microdermabrasion, lasers, skin needling, radiofrequency devices, anti-wrinkles injections to stop muscle movement and Dermal fillers to replace lost volume. In severe cases surgical options such as resurfacing or facelift procedures may be needed. Often a combination of treatments can be required for the best results.
What are the most popular areas to treat?
Anti-Wrinkle Injections are most commonly used for the lines around the eyes (Crow’s Feet), between the eyes (Frown Lines) and across the forehead (Worry Lines). It can also be used in other areas such as to produce a brow lift by shaping or elevating the position of the eyebrow or to improve the lines around the mouth.
Will my face look frozen and unnatural?
Anti-Wrinkle Injections have on occasion received bad publicity, particularly in the first years they were used when celebrities, notably in America, were over treated to the point they had so little movement they looked frozen and unnatural. In current day practice this should not happen. When Anti-Wrinkle Injections are performed correctly they should result in a natural and refreshed look. Anti-Wrinkle Injections are extremely popular and have been used effectively in more than 20 million patient treatments worldwide. Surveys continually rate Anti-Wrinkle Injections as having the highest patient satisfaction rates against all other cosmetic procedures.