If you find yourself looking in the mirror and seeing wrinkles and fine lines – it is completely normal. Everyone develops wrinkles and lines as they get older.
However, if the lines and wrinkle are bothering you to the degree that you feel low in self-esteem or they are affecting your confidence, (or you just don’t want to see them any more!) – then you can contact the team at spa810 for a free, no-obligation consultation where we can explore your concerns further and if so required and appropriate, create an individual treatment plan for you based on the range of aesthetic treatments we offer.
BSc (Hons) Mid, RGN, RSCN
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
Having trained at both Guys & Great Ormond Street hospitals, Sharryn is an experienced Advanced Nurse Practitioner and a fully qualified cosmetic nurse. Sharryn currently runs the Migraine Injection Clinic at Bradford Royal Infirmary and she has been trained at the Royal Hospital of Neurology and also by Harley Street Clinicians. Sharryn has been practising aesthetics for 8 years and has a strong philosophy that treatments should enhance features rather than change them. Sharryn is also an Advanced Life Support instructor.
Frequently asked questions
An Aesthetic treatment is a broad term used to cover treatments for cosmetic appearance, within this it includes treating scars, skin laxity, fine lines and wrinkles.
Jowls are the name we give for the sagging skin around the jawline which occurs naturally as we get older. Jowls develop as the fat pads in our cheeks slip down towards the jaw and the skin along the jawline also starts to lose laxity so it appears to sag. Jawline recontouring is now one of the most requested aesthetic ‘Tweakments’ in the aesthetic industry. It can be treated with fillers to define the jaw and give better facial definition. Used together you can achieve reduced sagging skin around the jaw and more defined cheeks subtly giving a more youthful appearance.
Everyone will see the signs of ageing at some point as they get older, this is often due to lines appearing. We also can experience the soft tissue in our upper and midface starting to descend to the lower parts of the face. It is further emphasised by the bone loss which naturally occurs on the lower face which means there is less support for the soft tissue.
By restoring volume to the face, often in the upper and mid part of the face, along with the chin, the face can appear lifted and more youthful and a more defined jawline achieved.