How your skin ages will depend on factors such as lifestyle, diet and your genetics. Giveaway signs to ageing skin range from thinning of the skin to loss of elasticity. Although a good skincare regime will help to stop many of the signs of ageing, sometimes it is just unavoidable but luckily for you here at The Private Clinic we specialise in skin and can offer a variety of treatments to help retain your youthful appearance.
Wrinkle Relaxing Injections
Botulinum Toxin (Botox) injections are one of our most popular and effective anti-ageing treatments. They work by relaxing the muscles in the face which reduces the contraction of the muscles that cause wrinkles. Your skin will have a smoother finish giving you a youthful appearance.
Dermal Fillers are another popular anti-ageing treatment choice. Instead of focusing on lines and wrinkles however, this treatment works by restoring volume lost in the face. As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and becomes less supple which means areas like our lips, cheeks and around the mouth start to look sunken and hollow. Lip filler, cheek filler, chin filler, tear trough filler and non-surgical nose job filler are all great at restoring areas of lost volume and reshaping or contouring areas of the face.
Chemical Skin Peels
Chemical Skin Peels are ideal for treating a number of concerns including many common ageing issues such as sun damage, hyperpigmentation, fine lines, wrinkles and generally tired looking skin. Different peels will be used depending on your skin concerns but the treatment is generally the same with your skin being cleansed first before the peel solution is applied. The solution is then left on the skin for a few minutes before being removed.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser Skin Resurfacing is actually one of the most innovative ways to rejuvenate your skin. Skin with brown spots and an uneven tone can cause us to look older and with many lines and wrinkles starting to appear as early as the mid-twenties, surgery and other anti-ageing treatments are often just not suitable. Pearl Laser Resurfacing is most suited for fine lines and wrinkles whereas the Pearl Fusion laser is a deeper treatment for damaged skin. The treatment involves the skin being exposed to pulses of light in a specific pattern and the laser sends heat to deep layers of the skin.
If you are concerned with the appearance of your skin we recommend coming in for a free skin consultation first where you will be able to discuss your skin concerns with a practitioner and discuss in detail the variety of treatments available and which one would be best suited for you.