Procedures by Age

Main Stages for Skin Ageing

Your skin at 20s-30

  • At 25 we see the first visible signs of aging as the skin begins to replace skin cells more slowly.
  • Our skin cell turnover begins to slow down, leaving dull, matt dead cells sitting on the surface creating a dull and lifeless appearance.
  • Depending on your lifestyle, the effects of sun damage also become far more noticeable.

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Your skin at 30

When we hit our 30’s the lines which had started to show over the previous years increase in number.

  • More fine lines develop as collagen and elastin breakdown in the skin and our delicate skin under both the eyes begins to thin.
  • Dynamic wrinkles are evident, which happen whenever we make a facial expression like frowning or smiling.
  • Repeated creasing of the skin in these areas leads to longer-term or ‘static’ wrinkles, as the creases stay even when we’re not frowning.

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Your skin at 40

During our 40’s the lines which had been forming become deeper and more entrenched and the tell tale signs of ageing like wrinkles around our eyes start to show.

  • Deeper lines begin to form around our mouth and eyes.
  • Furrows appear on the forehead and circles under the eyes may grow into pouches. Skin becomes noticeably drier and static wrinkles deepen.
  • We also experience loss of facial volume, as cheeks start to sag.

Your skin at 45

The last 5 years of our 40’s is when our hormones start to change which in turn makes you face become thinner.

  • Skin becomes thinner, partly because of hormonal changes, thus losing much of its strength and elasticity.
  • Lifestyle choices such as smoking and sun exposure are really evident now as skin is unforgiving and lacks the elasticity and hydration it once had.

Your skin at 50

From the age of 50+ your skin starts to look dull and tired.

  • Unless preventative or corrective measures are taken, skin looks old, dull, tired and thin.
  • Skin is often pigmented and wrinkled.

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