Facial Volume Loss


Collagen and elastin levels in our skin tend to decline as we age, resulting in volume loss in important areas of the face such as the cheekbones, under-eye area, and cheeks. It can also make particular regions of the face appear heavier, such as the jowls and neck, causing drooping skin and altering the structure and form of our entire face.

A frequent feature of ageing is the loss of facial volume, especially when combined with enlarged fat pads lower in the face and neck. Hormonal changes, environmental variables, and excessive diet and activity are the three main reasons for face volume reduction.

Hormonal variations are a cause of face volume loss because they influence the quality and location of fat produced in the face. Furthermore, when our face loses volume, the amount of collagen in our skin cells gradually decreases, and we cease making as much hyaluronic acid to keep our skin hydrated. These causes may combine to cause drier, thinner skin that can no longer maintain its plumpness.

Cheek fillers can assist add volume to flattened cheeks while also lifting the mid-face features and lightening the heavy look around the jaw, decreasing the appearance of jowls. Jawline fillers are a safe and effective way to provide a fuller look to the skin around the jawline.

Because of the high concentration of hyaluronic acid in dermal fillers, they can also restore a youthful appearance to the skin. Beauty Aesthetics offers some of the best treatment by replacing lost volume in the face to give you more defined cheekbones, fuller jowls and a stronger jawline – all things that can restore a youthful appearance.

To book a no-obligation consultation with one of our highly experienced clinicians and find out how we can help combat Facial Volume Loss, contact Beauty Aesthetics today.

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