The Best Ways to Treat Vertical Lines Around the Mouth
The three leading causes of wrinkles above and around your lips are ageing, sun exposure and smoking. Smoking wreaks havoc on the face and causes premature ageing lines and spots to appear. Too much exposure to the sun will also cause creases and wrinkles on the skin.
Unfortunately, when it comes to ageing, there’s really nothing we can do to avoid getting older. Although, some of us are more fortunate than others in that their genetics are not pre-dispositioned to developing heavy wrinkles or lines around our faces.
Thankfully, there are several treatments available that can help minimise or eliminate wrinkles around your lips.
Botox is probably one of the most famous treatments out there, and it is very popular for a reason: It works, and it works very well. However, it can take weeks for patients to see results and for Botox to really “kick things into gear”. Success also depends on the skill of the professional administering the Botox treatment to your face. So, ensure that you find a reputable clinic that employees qualified and experienced injectors like at London Cosmetic Clinic – Botox specialists in Southport & Gold Coast.
Botox helps smooth out fine lines and wrinkles on and around your upper lip. The only downside to Botox treatment is that its temporary and typically lasts for four to six months. Thus, if you want to maintain the effects of Botox, multiple sessions per year are required.
Restylane and Juvederm Fillers
Restylane and Juvederm are both fillers that are designed to fill in the lines and wrinkles. Both of these fillers fill in the wrinkles and dark circles with a hyaluronic acid gel. This gel was developed to copy the natural hyaluronic acid gel that’s found in our bodies.
The great thing about this effective wrinkle treatment is that because it’s entirely natural, the water that sits in your skin binds much better to the gel and provides natural-looking volume to the areas around your lips. Optimal results after filler treatment are usually seen around six to nine months following treatment.
Chemicals are also a non-invasive and safe treatment to minimise fine lines and wrinkles. They have been around for many years and have been tweaked to the point of perfection. Chemical peels are intended to remove the surface layer of skin that contains the dead skin, fine lines and wrinkles. It will take a few weeks to heal and see the benefits of the peel thoroughly, so ensure that you take care of your skin during this vital time.