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How to Address frown-lines

What are frown lines? Frown lines, also known as ‘eleven’ lines (or ‘glabellar lines’, as doctors call them) are those vertical creases that appear between your eyebrows. We make these creases when we knit our brows together while frowning and, as we age, our skin loses the ability to bounce back, and the lines set in, particularly if frowning has become such a habit that we hardly know we’re doing it. If you want to soften these lines, there’s a lot that can be done—both with skincare and with tweakments. You might be thinking that, when you frown, horizontal lines appear on your forehead, too; but when we talk…

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What are Tweakments?
Tweakments are non-surgical cosmetic (or ‘aesthetic’) procedures that can rejuvenate the skin and soften lines and wrinkles, improve irregular pigmentation, tighten sagging skin, add back volume to ageing faces and adjust the proportions of facial features. They are mostly temporary. They are not cosmetic surgery. They involve injectable treatments, lasers and chemical skin peels, but no scalpels and no general anaesthesia.

Suggested Tweakments for frown-lines

Below, you’ll find a list of the tweakments on offer in the world of aesthetics. Each one is explained in detail and it’s vital that you read and understand the ins and outs of any procedure you’re considering. Once you have an in-depth comprehension of what’s involved, you’re ready to talk to a practitioner. Use the practitioner finder to find someone well-trained and experienced located near you.

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Suggested Skincare for frown-lines

Which skincare products might you try, to see real results? Here is a selection of the ones I really rate - because they do a great job, and are a pleasure to use.

Alpha Hydroxy Acid

Alpha hydroxy acids such as glycolic acid or lactic acid (as an acid toner, an exfoliating cleanser, a mask or a serum) have the same…

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Cleansers

Either of these is a good option for wrinkled skin: cream cleansers, because they’re more gentle on dry and wrinkled skin and leave it…

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Exfoliators

Rosacea is an inflammatory condition of the oil glands, so an appropriate wash-off exfoliating cleanser can help to reduce skin oiliness.…

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Moisturisers

Moisturiser, as outlined in the hydrating serum section above, improves the skin’s moisture levels which has the overall effect of…

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Peptides and Growth Factors

Peptides all work in different ways depending on the type of peptide, but they ultimately work to turn on different biochemical processes…

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Retinol and Retinoids

Retinol or other retinoids have a multitude of beneficial effects on wrinkled skin. Two of these are improving collagen levels in the skin,…

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Sunscreen

Wrinkles are signs of sun damage. So protect your newly fresh skin from wrinkling anymore by wearing a sunscreen every day.

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Vitamin C Serums

Vitamin C serum smoothes the surface of the skin, and tops up the skin’s levels of the proteins collagen and elastin. These respectively…

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