Dynamic and static wrinkles
Did you know that there are two types of wrinkles?
Dynamic wrinkles are caused by constant use of facial muscles leaving a line where the skin creases. We all get them, but in some people they’re very evident.
Static wrinkles are the deep lines that remain visible on your skin even when your face is at rest.
Dynamic wrinkles occur in people of all ages as the muscle contraction caused by the smile or frown causes the overlying skin to crease.
Static wrinkles tend to develop in skin that has thinned and stretched as a result of premature or natural aging processes.
Anti-Wrinkle Injectable for Dynamic Wrinkles
All wrinkles become more obvious when you smile, frown or raise your eyebrows, because the collagen that plumps up skin has diminished, and the elastin that makes skin flexible has lessened. The skin has sagged and collapsed in the areas wrinkled by expression.
Anti-wrinkle injectables target dynamic lines and wrinkles directly, as the muscle is injected with a purified protein that stops the contraction, relaxing it. The overlying skin is relaxed too, so the constant creasing doesn’t occur. Your face looks smoother, bright and younger.
What are anti-wrinkle injections?
The substance used as a muscle relaxant in anti-wrinkle injections is a naturally occurring product made of a purified protein. The treatment is non-surgical, simply a tiny injection around the area you’re unhappy with, smoothing wrinkles.
Often around the eyes, forehead and between the brows, the injections block impulses from the nerve to the tiny facial muscles and the expression lines are reduced considerably.
Using anti-wrinkle injections not only reduces existing wrinkles, but often prevents further ones from forming. After treatment, the overlying skin remains smooth and unwrinkled while the untreated facial muscles contract in a normal fashion, allowing other facial expression to be unaffected.
Static Wrinkles are often best treated using a dermal filler, which plumps up the area where the skin has collapsed. Call Thérapie Clinic today to book your appointment on 1890 650 750.