Our skin undergoes several changes as we age, including a loss of elasticity and the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Various factors, including genetics, lifestyle choices, and environmental factors can cause these changes. Ageing skin is a common concern for many people, and several treatments are available to help reduce the signs of ageing and promote a more youthful appearance.

What Causes Ageing Skin?

Ageing skin is a natural process that occurs as we get older. Several factors contribute to skin ageing, including genetics, lifestyle choices, and environmental factors. Our genetic makeup plays a significant role in how our skin ages. Some people may be genetically predisposed to developing wrinkles or sagging skin as they age.

Lifestyle choices, such as smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and poor diet, can accelerate the ageing. Exposure to environmental factors, such as pollution and UV radiation from the sun, can also contribute to skin ageing. These factors can decrease collagen and elastin production, which are essential proteins that help keep the skin firm and elastic. As a result, the skin becomes thinner, drier, and more prone to wrinkles, sagging, and age spots.

Signs of Ageing Skin

Our skin undergoes several changes as we age, resulting in various signs of ageing. Genetics, lifestyle choices, and environmental factors such as sun exposure and pollution can influence these signs. While these changes are a natural part of the ageing process, Jennifer Carly Cosmetics offers several treatments to help reduce their appearance and promote a more youthful-looking complexion.

  • Age Spots & Pigmentation

Age spots are flat, brown, grey, or black spots on the skin caused by years of sun exposure. They are more common in people over the age of 50. Pigmentation refers to skin color changes, such as darkening or lightening. It can also be caused by sun damage or hormonal changes.

  • Loose & Sagging Skin

As we age, our skin loses elasticity and becomes thinner, which can lead to loose or sagging skin. This is often most noticeable in the face and neck but can also occur in other body parts. Loss of collagen and elastin, sun damage, weight loss, genetics, smoking, etc., is why skin may become loose and saggy.

  • Wrinkles

Wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process, and they occur as our skin loses elasticity and collagen over time. While wrinkles are inevitable in getting older, treatments are available to help minimise their appearance. Treatments for wrinkles include injectables like Anti Wrinkle Injection and fillers, which can help smooth out fine lines and wrinkles. Additionally, lifestyle changes like quitting smoking, protecting your skin from the sun, and staying hydrated can also help prevent and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Some of the wrinkle concerns that are treated by us include:

  1. Wrinkle On Face
  2. Wrinkles On Neck
  3. Forehead Wrinkles
  4. Wrinkles On Frown
  5. Crows Feet
  6. Bunny Nose
  7. Marionette Lines
  8. Droopy Smile
  9. Brow Lift
  10. Glabella
  11. Temple Lift
  12. Necklace Lines
  13. Nasolabial Fold
  • Facial Volume Loss
    Facial volume loss is a common sign of ageing, and it occurs when there is a decrease in fat and bone density in the face. As we age, the fat pads that give our face a youthful appearance start to shrink and descend, causing the skin to sag and creating hollow areas. Additionally, bone density is lost in the face, particularly in the jawline and cheekbones, contributing to facial volume loss. This volume loss can lead to a sunken, worn appearance, making lines and wrinkles more noticeable.

Other signs of ageing skin may include dryness, dullness, and uneven texture. It’s essential to take care of your skin throughout your life to help prevent these signs of ageing, but if you do notice them, there are treatments available that can help improve the appearance of your skin.

How To Treat Ageing?

Several treatment options are available at our clinic to help address the signs of ageing. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at Jennifer Carly Cosmetics to learn more about the treatments that may be right for you.
Cosmelan (For Melasma/ Pigmented skin)