Eyebrow lift

Eyebrows can droop as a result of gravity or a hyperactive eye sphincter muscle. A light treatment using a tiny amount of botox will relax the muscles pulling down your eyebrows, giving you back your fresh, youthful expression. The eyebrow lift can easily be done at the same time your frown lines or crow’s feet are treated.

Crow’s feet

Laughter lines are quite natural, and can be very charming and add character to your face. But sometimes they are just too much. Laughing, squinting, concentrating or frowning – muscles around your eyes contract whenever you move your face. Combined with environmental and lifestyle factors (such as smoking, pollution and exposure to sunshine), years of frequent muscle contraction will take their toll on your face, and lines and wrinkles will begin to form. The eyes are often the first place to reveal the signs of ageing, as the skin there is thinner and more prone to creasing.
The main cause of crow’s feet is a decrease in the amount of collagen and elastin in the skin. These proteins are responsible for our skin’s elasticity, but their production drops as we age. Treatment with botox will easily and safely relax the muscles in this area and can help reduce crow’s feet or even make them disappear completely.
Firming the skin with an optional additional treatment with skin boosters will give wrinkles less chance to reappear. This powerful skin rejuvenation therapy stimulates the biological functions of collagen and elastin in the skin, giving you a healthy, younger-looking skin with a fresh glow.

Tired eyes/dark circles under eyes

“You look tired.” “Are you getting enough sleep?” “You’re not ill, are you?” Just a few questions you can expect when you have puffy eyes or dark circles or bags under your eyes. These are usually caused by a hollowing in the “tear trough” zone caused by age-related changes in cheekbone position or fat loss in this area. Although usually due to age, this condition can also occur in much younger people who are genetically predisposed. The dark colour occurs because loss of tissue allows the deeper dark purple muscle layer to show through. Often a “bag” will appear as this loss of structure, plus loss of upper cheek volume in more severe cases, diminishes support to the tissue structures directly under the eye, which will then begin to bulge.

A surgical operation is not necessarily the only solution; excellent results can be obtained from treatment with fillers.

Firming the skin with an optional additional treatment with skin boosters will minimize the chances of wrinkles reappearing, and at the same time stimulate the circulation in the skin. The result: a healthy, younger-looking skin with a fresh glow.