Non-surgical skin treatments for younger patients have experienced a bit of ‘bad press’ in the media, who have focused on the inappropriateness of heavy botox anti-ageing injections in teenage patients.
However, Dr Tim Pearce’s own blog on his website covers the issues of Skin Treatments for 20-Somethings, explaining:
…there is a big difference in the way 20 somethings approach botox and dermal filler treatments. The key difference at this age is the underlying aims state of mind.
It is not about defence against ageing.
Dr Pearce explains that the key motivation for treatment for those under thirty is to make the most of their youthful looks, accentuating natural beauty and adjusting the symmetry and proportions of the key facial features for a more beautiful and harmonious appearance.
Dr Tim Pearce says that the most popular and effective treatments under 30 are the
Lips are an essential aspect of beauty. Full lips convey sensuality and lip fillers have become a very popular treatment among the 20-30 year old age group. As well as simply adding volume, SkinViva aesthetic clinicians can shape the lips, addressing symmetry issues and creating a defined cupids bow or border.
Botox (botulinum toxin) injections are used to shape and lift the eyebrows for a more defined arch, opening up the facial features.
Surprisingly small amounts of dermal filler can be used to sculpt the shape of the cheekbones, providing more definition and raising their position for a more striking and classically beautiful look.
For the best results, Dr Pearce advises patients to choose a treatment that suits, complements and flatters their own individual age and anatomy:
It’s vital that the science of beauty is respected and employed when having treatments in your 20s.
This ensures you look natural and more beautiful.
Dr Tim Pearce is Clinical Director of SkinViva in Manchester, where a team of aesthetic clinicians are highly trained in advanced cosmetic injection techniques, making SkinViva an excellent choice for any patient seeking treatment in the North West.
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