The main cause of jowls is ageing effecting skin laxity, loss of collagen and elastin and gravity pulling and sagging downwards. The laxity loss can also allow the cheek fat to sink down and contribute to the look of jowls. Lifestyle factors like smoking, excessive alcohol consumption and an unhealthy diet can play a part too.
For jowls that aren't too severe, dermal fillers can be used for direct application along the jawline and into the jowls to redefine the jawline.
A skilled injector can revitalise the face and lift the skin along the jaw using a non-surgical facelift treatment. This treatment involves dermal filler application into strategic points to revolumise the face and achieve a lifting effect which will indirectly significantly reduce the appearance of jowls.Enquire Today
Please note that you are paying for the treatment only and no guarantee is made of any outcome. Refunds cannot be given under any circumstances, as the product has been used and the service has been delivered.
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