25 – 35 Skin Review

Lets look at what is happening to your skin and the structures underneath, and of course what you can do about it:

 

Stage 1: Whats Happening?

OH dear…..

I’m sorry to have to let you know that at 25 your skin renewal process starts to slow down, and the start of your aging journey begins. Usually this is the best you skin will be, however now stress, poor diet, alcohol UV damage, and intrinsic chronological aging start to take their toll.

The skin starts plump and full with little to no fine lines or wrinkles on the face, then:

  • The production of collagen and elastin slows down. – Skin elasticity slowly reduces over time. You may start to notice a slight loss of firmness and elasticity of your face.
  • Ultraviolet radiation from the sun can cause skin cells to reduce their production of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid plays a vital role in skin hydration, so it doesn’t become dry and dehydrated.
  • Lines start to appear with normal expressions like laughing, smiling, frowning, and raising the eyebrows. Wrinkles may appear on the forehead with movement. The early signs of crow’s feet appear around the eyes.

  • The complexion slowly loses radiance, looking tired and dull, that youthful glow starts to fade. 

  • The face will start to develop static (when face is at rest) and dynamic (during facials expressions) wrinkles.

    What we can do:

    • Cosmetic Acupuncture treatments for patients in Stage 1 (mid 20s – mid 30s) focus mainly on increasing blood circulation to increase blood oxygenation to create more hydration in the cells, to refresh and bring back that youthful glow to their skin.
    • With facial acupuncture motor points can be worked on to release tight muscles through the forehead and brows, and relax the jaw for those with TMJ or teeth grinders.  Slacking muscles can be tightened.
    • Why wait until there there is evidence of aging on your face? Its much easier to maintain what you have than turn back time. Preventative anti-aging is also very popular and this involves gently stimulating fibroblasts to increase collagen and elastin production in the face with cosmetic acupuncture.

    Recommendation Guide:

    • Refresh your complexion and skin hydration: Approx 3 sessions, 1 – 2 weeks apart.
    • Specific anti-aging/preventative anti-aging: 4 – 10 sessions, 4 – 10 Days apart.

      Maintenance Support

      • Every 6 – 8 weeks

        Please not that this is a guide and that individual results may vary from cosmetic acupuncture and facial acupuncture treatments.

          To Contact Rebecca call:  0411 676 554

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