• Fine lines

    Normally known as the first sign of ageing due to a breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin.

  • Wrinkles

    Skin becomes thinner, dryer, and less elastic as we get older. In the case of wrinkles resulting in a fold, ridge or crease in the skin. Free radicals damage cells and lead to premature wrinkles. Smoking, photoaging, pollution, stress, daily facial movement and sleep positioning all contribute to ageing skin.

  • Crows feet

    Tiny wrinkles at the outer corners of the eyes, resulting from age, smiling or constatnt squinting.

  • Forehead

    Horizontal lines, often referred to as worry lines.

  • Frown lines

    Appear between the eyebrows.

  • Jowls

    A loss of facial volume along your jawline.

  • Marionette lines

    Long vertical lines that appear on the chin. They can be a sign of advanced aging.

  • Smile lines

    Also known as “nasolabial fold” or more common “laugh lines.” They become more pronounced with age.

  • Loss of volume

    Many factors are responsible for a loss in volume, such as photoageing, constant dieting, and stess.

  • Pigmentation

    Due to hormonal changes and photoaging.

  • Broken capillaries

    Blood vesels can be caused from sun exposure and an excess dillation from a source of inflammation. Other factors that may contibute to broken capillaries are age hormones, gennetics, smoking, and excessive alcohol consumption.

  • Thread /red/ blue veins

    Also known as “spider” or “broken veins”. Photoageing, smoking, and hormonal activity all influences veins.