Great question, I mean, you’d think I’d be ‘fixed’, wouldn’t you, with the amount I do. There’s two parts to the answer. One is that there’s a lot going on in an ageing face and each tweakment only treats one aspect of it. Pigmentation builds up – lasers or IPL clears it. Wrinkles become entrenched – toxin softens the lines. We lose bone mass from our skulls – fillers rebuild the contours of the face. Lips and cheeks deflate – again, fillers help here. Skin slackens and sags – laser/ RF needling/ ultrasound can tighten it… and so on. But it’s like painting the Forth Bridge – by the time you’ve worked through all those things, it’s time to start again at the beginning. And then there’s the way that ageing goes on going on, so although each tweakment turns back the hands of the ‘ageing clock’ a bit, that clock keeps on ticking forward.
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