SKIN CONDITIONS

Sagging Skin & Signs of Ageing & Crepey skin

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Many of our patients at FaceRestoration come to us looking for solutions for signs of ageing which will often first present around the eye area. As surgeons and aesthetic artisans, we are adept at both surgical and non-surgical options, and able to provide a combined and bespoke approach, in our Harley Street and Cambridge locations.

ABOUT THIS CONDITION

INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR SYMPTOMS

Sagging Skin & Signs of ageing

Facial ageing starts in your mid-twenties, with very early signs of skin ageing around the eyes as ‘dynamic wrinkles’, related to movement of muscles under the skin.

By your 30s, the skin may look less radiant and both the ‘11’ lines (frown lines) and nasolabial lines around the mouth will appear and deepen.

As you continue to age your skin loses collagen, hydration, elasticity and support. The eyelid skin, in-particular is the thinnest in the body and often shows the earliest signs of sagging. In the upper eyelid, this dermatochalasis leads to hooding, and in the lower eyelids, to eye bags.

Facial fat remains evenly distributed throughout your youth, but beginning in your mid-40s, facial fat starts to lose volume and also drifts downward with gravity. Skin that was smooth and tight becomes loose and sagging.

The facial bones also begin to resorb in the orbit (eye socket) and midface. As the bones give way, the muscles follow, losing their volume, strength and elasticity. The cheeks appear flatter, the lower eyelids lose the smooth transition to the cheek and eye bags become more prominent, with fat prolapsing into the bags. The chin and jaw are also no match for the perfect storm of ageing. As fat drifts down form the rest of your face, it gathers under your chin and along your jaw, there is less collagen and elastin to keep the skin taut. At the same time the neck muscles begin to sag and drag the skin down with it, resulting in double chins and jowling.

What is Crepey Skin and why does it occur?

There are several forms of acne, of which Acne vulgaris is the most common. It can affect the face and body and result in spots, oily skin, enlarged pores, hyperpigmentation and scar formation.

How do you treat sagging skin and crepey skin?

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YOUR CONSULTATION

We will then discuss with you your symptoms and advise you on how best to proceed with helpful guidance on treatments through our expert knowledge and training.

TREATMENT & AFTERCARE

Once an appointment has been arranged, we will then begin treatment and support you along the process, including specialised aftercare.