Forehead lines and wrinkles are the horizontal lines that you may see running across your forehead. They first start to appear around the age of 20-30 and are just a typical sign of ageing that is common in the majority of people.
Wrinkly Chest Treatments at The Cosmetic Skin Clinic
Factors such as genetics, lifestyle and sun exposure can all lead to premature ageing of the chest area, resulting in cleavage wrinkles and a crepey chest. Sleeping on your side with your breasts pushed together can also be a major contributing factor.
There are three non-invasive chest rejuvenation treatments to help with chest wrinkles and wrinkles in your cleavage. Naturally, it is essential to assess the chest and décolletage thoroughly to consider which changes are most important to treat.
Profhilo acts to improve the skin tissue quality, rather than adding volume like other hyaluronic acid injectable, and boosts and hydrates the skin as well as lifting and tightening the sagging tissue.
Ultherapy® is the only FDA-cleared, non-invasive chest wrinkle treatment to improve lines and lift and tighten the skin on the chest by using tried-and-tested ultrasound technology to gradually strengthen skin from deep within. It remodels our natural collagen and stimulates tissue growth. Results are effective because your practitioner can ensure the ultrasound energy is targeted to where it’s needed.
Restylane® Skinboosters™ are particularly suitable for the delicate skin on the chest and décolletage suffering from pigmentation and sun damage. Skinboosters hydrate skin deep in the dermis for ongoing chest hydration, diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and making the chest and cleavage wrinkles appear softer and smoother.
INTRAcel™ is a revolutionary skin rejuvenation treatment that can treat wrinkly chests while revitalising the texture of your skin. It helps make the skin around the chest more youthful-looking while improving tone, tightness and sagging.
*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.