Collagen production in the skin often begins to diminish between the ages of 40 and 50, however weight gain and loss, smoking, sun exposure and other lifestyle factors can lead to fine lines, wrinkles and sagging skin earlier in life.
Many people will begin to notice frown lines between the brows and on the forehead, as well as expression lines along the sides of the nose and mouth—all signs it may be time to consider facial rejuvenation, like Botox or Dysport.
Uneven skin tone and texture occurs in most people over the age of 40. It can be caused by conditions like rosacea or broken capillaries beneath the skin, as well as sun exposure, smoking and alcohol consumption. The skin may also take on a rough, dry texture. Laser therapy can be very effective in treating uneven skin tone and texture.
As you age, the skin becomes more elastic and begins to sag. Sagging is commonly observed above the brows, under the eyes, around the cheeks, mouth and chin. Low levels of collagen and elastin that occur with aging make it harder and harder for the skin to retain its natural shape. Facial rejuvenation treatments, like hyaluronic acid fillers, like Restylane or Revanesse Versa, can help restore lost volume that causes sagging.
Sun exposure and environmental toxins can lead to dark spots and blemishes that become more obvious with aging. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) therapy is an effective treatment for rejuvenating your complexion.