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Frown lines are the vertical lines that develop in the middle of the brows. The lines that form, often resemble the number ’11’ and can give a more aggressive appearance to a persons face.
Forehead lines develop after years of repeated muscular contractions from facial expressions. When the muscles underneath the skin contract to raise the eyebrows, they cause the overlying skin to become creased. In young skin the creases quickly disappear, however with time the creases start to become more pronounced and permanent causing the development of lines and wrinkles.
One of the most effective treatments for frown lines are anti-wrinkle injections. They work by temporarily relaxing the group of muscles in the brow region of the face preventing them from contracting too much. This allows the overlying skin to smooth out diminishing the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Click here to find out more.
Looking after your skin with good skin care products can help reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Creams containing retinol, vitamin-C, and peptides have been shown to help boost the skins natural collagen production. Click here to find out more.
Medical grade skin peels work by exfoliating the top layer of the skin and stimulating new fresh skin to form from underneath. This stimulating action also kicks starts the production of collagen which helps reverse the ageing process and improves the overall quality of the skin. Click here to find out more.
Dermaroller or microneedling therapy is a fantastic anti-anging treatment that can be used to reduce the appearance of frown lines. It involves rolling cylindrical device that has lots of tiny microneedles studded on its surface over the skin, which stimulates the body’s repair mechanisms to produce new collagen. A course of 3-6 treatments is recommended to see maximal benefits. Click here to find out more.