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Anti-wrinkle Injections – SkinSenses Medical Aesthetics

Anti-wrinkle Injections


The purpose of anti-wrinkle injections is to offer you non-surgical and minimally invasive solutions to help you improve and maintain the appearance of your skin. This anti-wrinkle reduction procedure works best for wrinkles caused by muscle overactivities such as forehead creases, frown lines and crow’s feet.

The procerus and corrugator supercilii muscles flex, resulting in vertical lines between the brows. The muscles involved in frowning are called ‘frown lines.’

Frown lines are a natural component of the ageing process. Your skin loses its elasticity and ability to stretch and bounce back to its natural shape as you get older.

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The forehead is one of the most common areas of the face to wrinkle. The forehead has no fat, whereas the rest of the face has fat deposits that help prevent wrinkles. When elevating the brows, the frontalis muscle contracts, resulting in worry lines or horizontal lines on the forehead.

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If when you grin, too much gum tissue shows over the upper teeth, this is known as a gummy smile or excessive gingival presentation.

The wrinkle relaxing treatment works by relaxing the precise muscles in the face that are contracting more vigorously, resulting in excessive gum exposure when smiling.

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Muscle relaxing injections are used to address the muscles that cause swollen or flaring nostrils, resulting in a more delicate appearance of the nose.

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The skin at the corners of the mouth sags as a result. Drooping of the skin, which is influenced by all of these variables, is primarily caused by:

  • Strong muscles in the face and neck are dragging you down.
  • Overall, the skin is loose.
  • The ageing process causes volume loss.
  • Buccal or cheek fat reduction.

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Sweating is a normal and necessary part of the body’s functioning. Perspiration evaporates, allowing the body to cool down, keep a consistent temperature, and adapt to its surroundings. Some people, however, have more active sweat glands than others. 

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The treatment involves relaxing the muscles that surround the eye corners. The skin becomes smoother, and the wrinkles disappear. The benefits are especially noticeable when laughing.

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Horizontal creases that occur over the bridge of the nose are known as bunny lines or nose wrinkles. Bunny lines are caused by everyday facial expressions such as laughing or smiling, and most people have more than one. They gradually grow more obvious over time. 

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A face with an inverted triangle or v-shape is thought to be attractive. A face shape that tapers from the cheekbones to the chin is referred to as a v-line. However, the masseter muscles on either side of the face can sometimes be so strong that the jawline seems overly wide. 


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Wrinkle relaxing treatment may be applied in such a way that the muscles pulling the brow down are relaxed relative to the muscle pulling it up. Through our advanced aesthetics practitioner techniques, an eyebrow may then be lifted and/or wrinkles relaxed.


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Both sides of your neck contain the platysmal bands, which are two muscles. Because the skin on the neck is much thinner than that on the face, and because the skin around your neck gradually sheds fat deposits and collagen as you age, these muscles tend to become more evident over time.


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