Facial Ageing

The signs of ageing on a person`s face start to show as early as the end of the second or the beginning of the third decade of a person`s life. Changes that occur to our skin as we age include a loss of elasticity; wrinkles starting to develop and become deeper; we may notice unevenness in our skin tone and texture with some areas of brown pigmentation (often called age spots) and fine red thread veins. In addition an underlying loss of fatty tissue can also cause our skin to become loose and sag resulting in a hollowed appearance around the cheek area, and jowls around the chin and jaw.

Skin specialists now believe that most of the changes that we see in our skin as we grow older are due to the sun (sometimes referred to as "photodamage").

There are a range of treatment options available for the cosmetic improvement of the skin which address issues such as pigmentation, lines and wrinkles, facial skin tightening and thread veins.

Complexion Improvement Treatment Options Line and Wrinkles Treatment Options

Videos in this category

Why Smoking Harms Your Skin

Why Smoking Harms Your Skin

20 November 2015

A video of Award Winning UK Cosmetic Dr Johanna Ward giving an informative insight into the reasons why smoking harms your skin.

Dr. Zein Obagi: Fight Aging, Fight Hard! Part 3 of 3

The concluding part of a three part video series explaining the philosophy of Dr. Zein Obagi.

Dr. Zein Obagi: Fight Aging, Fight Hard! Part 2 of 3

A video discussion by Dr. Zein Obagi of his philosophy regarding moisturising the skin, and the importance of stimulating the skin.

Dr. Zein Obagi: Fight Aging, Fight Hard! Part 1 of 3

A video discussion by Dr. Zein Obagi on his philosophy regarding skin aging and the care required to keep skin healthy.

What to expect from Focused Cold Therapy (TM) toxin-free Iovera wrinkle reduction

This video demonstrates the process of cryoneuromodulation using of the new iovera ™ treatment for the reduction of wrinkles.

An Explanation of How and Why the Face Ages

Plastic surgeon, Adrian Richards, discusses how the face ages, and changes that we can expect when we get older