There are certain things that can really age you. Your driver’s license is a good example. Forehead wrinkles is another! You know how you can tell how old a tree is by counting its rings? Well, forehead wrinkles are similar. Judging by the number of “worry lines” a person has, or the depth of their frown lines, we instinctively come up with their age. If you don’t want your forehead to make you look older than you are, there are steps you can take, and they don’t require surgery.
Member of our Botox Membership program will tell you, there’s nothing like erasing lines and wrinkles on a moment’s notice! Botox Cosmetic was developed for the very purpose of treating the signs of aging that affect the upper parts of the face, including the eyes, brows, and forehead. In a short office visit and a few comfortable injections, the tightened muscles beneath the skin are released, allowing wrinkles to gradually fade over the course of about a week.
This cosmetic spa treatment is usually recognized for its restorative effects on sun-damaged skin. Another aspect of the routine chemical peel, though, is that it sends the body into collagen-producing overdrive. The degree of cellular turnover and longevity of collagen production will depend on the overall strength of peel that you choose. Lighter peels require no downtime and may not even cause you to really peel; just some mild flaking. Medium and deep peels will cause redness and flaking for days, and will cause you to want a bit of time out of the limelight. Don’t assume that you need a deep peel to get the wrinkle-smoothing benefits. Light peels can be performed as often as monthly, and will continue to work with your body to restore and strengthen.
Collagen induction may also be achieved with gentle dermabrasion, which exfoliates the uppermost layer of skin using tiny abrasive particles. Like chemical peels, dermabrasion can be customized to your needs and preferences.
No part of your face needs to make you appear older. Learn how we can help you enjoy lasting beauty. Call (504) 378-2030.