Chances are, if you are reading this post, you are already taking basic care of your face. But many people still only realise they have neglected everywhere else below the neck when something else apart from the face and neck gives their ages away. Here are 3 popular treatments that people are (secretly) doing to keep themselves in the game.
EAR LOBE FILLERS
Yes that’s right. If you have spent years with heavy earrings, chances are, your earlobes look pretty stretched out by now. Droopy and depressed earlobes can now get a new lease of life. Sounds like this requires significant effort, but it does not. People are now obsessed with plumping up their slack ear lobes with hyaluronic acid fillers to carry their oversized chandeliers. And all it takes is one or two injections into the right spot to combat the droopy and wrinkled appearance, immediately.
This is not a scam, it’s real. THE FDA has approved the use of a hyaluronic acid filler for use to rejuvenate hands. If you are a woman who is getting older, you might have thought at some point that your hands are giving away your age. We use our hands for almost everything, but it is one of the most visible and exposed part of our body. Hand creams don’t really work if the skin on your hands have lost their elasticity and spaces between tendons start to show. Hand fillers help replace volume lost, and smoothen wrinkles, removing the skeletal appearance of aging hands.
Are your knees making you look older? Seems like a silly concern but they are actually a common complaint, even in young adults. Sagging occurs just above the knee caps as we age. It is due to a natural loss of elasticity, but here’s what’s mind-blowing – saggy knees can also be… normal. The skin around the knees covers an important joint, and we are all born with excess skin there to begin with. As we age, it can start to bother some people faster compared to areas such as the face. Thermage Knees is the non-surgical alternative to fixing this. This FDA approved skin-tightening procedure uses radiofrequency energy to stimulate production of collagen and elastin within the skin over a period of 6 to 12 months.