How the face ages?
The appearance of the face and neck changes with age. When we’re young, fat in the face is evenly distributed, with some pockets here and there that plump up the forehead, temples, cheeks, and areas around the eyes and mouth. With age, that fat loses volume, clumps up, and shifts downward, so features that were formerly round may sink, and skin that used to be smooth and tight gets loose and sags. Meanwhile other parts of the face gain fat, particularly the lower half, so we tend to get baggy around the chin and jowly in the neck. Our faces turned from being an inverted triangle to become a triangle.
Skin also dries out and loses the underlying layer of fat and making your face no longer having a plump, smooth surface. To some extent, wrinkles start to surface. However, sun exposure is likely to make them develop more quickly. The number and size of dark spots on the face increase as well. These pigment changes are largely due to sun exposure.
Fat from the eyelids settles into the eye sockets. This can make your eyes look sunken. The lower eyelids can slacken, and bags can develop under your eyes. Weakening of the muscle that supports the upper eyelid can make the eyelids droop.
<span style=”font-size: 1.2rem;”>Many anti-aging procedures are available at Celevenus Wellness & Aesthetic Clinic. Non-surgical lifting methods are available to restore the elasticity and youth of your skin. There are some popular ways to do a non-surgical face lift which will have a great result and you will see the result after the treatment is complete.</span>
A gracefully aging face is a beautiful thing, but there are changes that occur with age that we would like to slow down. Here are some procedures that you can do to give your face a more youthful appearance.