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Crow’s feet are wrinkles that form along the outside of your eyes, especially when you smile.
Forehead lines are horizontal creases and folds that form with expressions, especially when you are surprised or frowning.
Frown lines are creases and folds that form between your eyebrows.
Numerous treatments exist to help smooth lines, folds and restore volume lost with time or add to what you already have by enhancing cheeks, lips and facial contours.
Laugh Lines appear as facial volume depletes. As skin loses facial volume, or "plumpness", lines and folds appear.
Short, thin lashes can result as a natural part of the aging process.
Pigmentation concerns can be red or brown skin discoloration that can be caused by excessive sun exposure. These imperfections are also known as liver spots, age spots, sun spots, or freckles.
Thinning or unevenness in the lips that occurs as we age.
Enlarged pores can leave skin prone to clogging with debris.
This refers to scars that develop because of acne or other causes.
Rosacea results in skin that is red and sensitive.
Although rough or dry skin can have many causes, it can be managed by numerous treatments.
Melasma is a facial pigmentation condition that can be recognized by patches of brown and gray skin discolouration.
As you age, the shine, sheen, and volume of your hair can deplete over time. There are treatments available to help achieve more voluminous looking hair by stimulating hair follicle regeneration.
Sunbathing, tanning, and even passive exposure over time can lead to skin damage.
Stretch marks typically appear after rapid weight gain or loss. Stretch marks are difficult to treat but new options offer the ability to help reduce their appearance.