Facial Volume Loss

As we age, we begin to lose collagen, elastin, subcutaneous fat stores, and boney tissue in our face. This inevitable volume loss is mainly noticeable in the cheeks, under the eyes, temples and the chin, resulting in a loss of facial structure and contour.

When this occurs, the skin isn’t adequately supported, resulting in laxity, deeper skin folds and a sagging appearance to the skin. This often causes the face to look drawn and sunken making it appear more sad or tired, and less youthful.

Environmental factors, genetics and lifestyle choices such as diet, sun exposure and smoking can impact on how and when you lose facial volume, sometimes resulting in premature ageing.

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