April 4, 2011
In order to stay looking young and delaying the onset of ageing it has been discovered that if you start early enough you can delay the signs of ageing and slow down the ageing process. As women reach the age of 50 the ageing process accelerates dramatically and the onset of sagging skin and deep wrinkles is the consequence.
The good news is you can combat this process by taking steps in your early 30’s and 40’s to intervene. As stated by Hervé Raspaldo in the Daily Mail 4th April “Starting a maintenance programme in your early 30s is the biggest investment you can make for your skin.” “You will look younger in your 50’s and 60’s and may never need surgery”
Dr Mountford of The Cosmetic Skin Clinic say’s “Our patients that take care of their skin from an earlier age are already seeing the results of what this has done for them. It has been clinically proven that regular use of HA based fillers such as Restylane stimulate the body’s own ability to produce natural collagen which means less lines and wrinkles in the long term.
For postmenopausal women it’s still not too late as there is a lot that can be done. One of these is a skin revitalising and hydrating treatments such as Juvederm hydrate or Restylane vital which attracts water to the skins lower layers. This improves the structure, firmness and elasticity of the skin, giving it a new energy. Thinner fragile skin becomes thicker and firmer giving the skin back its plumpness and dewy glow. This will improve the general skin quality of the face but also improve other areas of the body exposed to the ageing elements such as the neck, decolletage and backs of hands.
For more information on how the menopause can affect the ageing process and what can be done to help delay this process, please call to make an appointment with one of our aesthetic practitioners on 01753 646 660
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