Ageing and Wrinkles

Aging and Wrinkles can be a problem of the past

The more you know about your skin’s aging process, the better you’ll be able to keep it looking its best. Scroll down for information to help you decide if Dysport or Botox is right for you.

Ageing and Frown line facts

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Say “Goodbye” to Ageing

Fact 1: Creams and lotions don’t always cut it.

Your skin care regimen probably includes a number of over-the-counter cosmetic products aimed at anti-ageing. That’s perfectly fine. But when it comes to improving the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows, a prescription treatment may be the best choice for lasting results.

Fact 2: It’s not an age thing.

Of course time is a factor when talking about anti-ageing products, but wrinkles and frown lines between the brows don’t simply mean you’re getting older. They’re caused by repeated movements and muscle contractions, which means they can even develop in younger adults. Frown lines, “elevens” or glabellar lines are the product of repeated movement of corrugator supercilii, procerus and depressor supercilii muscles. It’s the mark of an expressive face. Dysport and Botox lets you keep the expressions and lose the evidence.

Fact 3: You don’t have to “ live with ’em.”

You squint, you smile, you frown — wrinkles happen. That’s life. But that doesn’t mean you have to accept it. Dysport and Botox is here to help you stand up    to  the lines and take control of your look.

Ageing tips

Avoid UV exposure.

Excessive exposure to ultraviolet rays is thought to be a major culprit for rapidly aging skin. Sun damages your skin and causes a loss of collagen, which can lead to drooping and wrinkles.1,4 If you’re the outdoorsy type, think sunblock and shade to keep your skin as healthy and young-looking as possible.

Stay hydrated.

Drinking plenty of water will help prevent your skin from becoming overly dry.

Eat omega-3 fatty acids.

Salmon, tuna, walnuts and flaxseed will help protect your top layer of skin and keep moisture in. Omega-3s also prevent inflammation and help maintain cell structure and function.5

Avoid processed foods and sugars.

When sugar comes in contact with collagen (a protein), a reaction called glycation occurs. Glycation can damage collagen, compromise the integrity and regeneration of skin tissue, and accelerate aging of the skin.

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