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Dealing With Facial Ageing Beyond Your 40s

Sep 1, 2017 10:30:00 AM Posted by: Mr. Fuan Chan

I am a big proponent of using a ‘less is more’ approach when it comes to tackling the signs of ageing. Small, targeted treatments and procedures can maintain a fresher, more youthful look for longer, particularly into a person’s 30s or 40s. We continue to age, of course, so a regime of targeted smaller procedures can work with what’s naturally youthful in the complexion until such times that something more significant is needed.


Restoring Youth To An Ageing Forehead

Jun 30, 2017 10:30:00 AM Posted by: Mr. Fuan Chan

Looking aged or older isn’t always about all aspects of the face. It can seem like that but, really, it’s about specific areas. Your cheeks may retain a certain youthful plumpness, or you may still have good skin, but deep lines around the eyes or furrows across the forehead can give the impression of a much older face. It’s the combination of various elements that make a face look older, but the flip side to this is that by treating certain areas, the whole appearance can be refreshed and revitalised.


Restoring Volume To Your Lips To Enhance Your Natural Beauty

May 11, 2017 9:24:47 AM Posted by: Mr. Fuan Chan

It may be as a result of ageing, or a concern you have had for a long time, but thin lips are a very common issue that people tend to seek some sort of treatment for. As we age the pigment can fade from the outer lip line, giving an illusion of thinner lips. Lips also suffer the same decline in collagen as the rest of the face as we get older, leading to a loss of that volume and plumpness we associate with a youthful appearance. On top of that, the years of talking, laughing, eating and drinking, all lead to the muscles around the mouth weakening as we age, which can result in deep lines forming from the nose to the corners of the mouth (known as the naso-labial folds) and from the corners of the mouth to the chin.


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