Do you get ugly as you get older?
No of course not! Feeling good and being content with life is the very best start to aging in a beautiful way. How do you do that? Nutrition, a stress-free existence, good sleep and a healthy & fit body have direct repercussions on your appearance. We can’t all go through life as self-conscious buddhas, luckily there is an alternative where you can shine with a little help.
Step 1. Rest your untamed facial muscles with Botox
As we get older, the facial muscles are given the space to move the skin in all directions because our skin becomes slacker. Enhanced facial expressions can cause too much information to be read from your face. Mimicry takes care of more than 50% of your communication. While you think your conversation partner is reading your mind, she secretly just reads your wrinkles. So make sure the wrinkles match your thoughts.
If you want to keep your facial expression and look a little less saggy, a filler treatment is a great alternative to Botox. Fillers give back the fresh look you had 10 years ago (with less worries and stress).
You do the best skin therapy yourself; At home. The skin becomes less tight around the skull from the age of 25 and loses freshness and fullness as we age. At home, use products tailored to your skin to inhibit the breakdown of collagen and elastin. This makes your skin feel tighter and finer and is lifted at the same time. If you can’t figure it out at home, the skin therapist can lend a helping hand to boost the collagen and elastin in your skin.
However, if the skin looks a bit messy, it is advisable to have a specialist look at it. If you suffer from acne, pigmentation or
If you have broken veins, you sometimes have to use a thick layer of make-up to camouflage it. This is a shame because a (too) thick layer of makeup reduces the freshness of the skin. The skin therapist can help you to make the skin calm, smooth and radiant again.