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What is it?

Perhaps delaying or stopping ageing the oldest pursuit and fantasy of humanity. Ageing is not avoidable but one can control its visible signs.
Facial ageing process affects skin, fat, muscle and bone. They age interdependently, contributing to overall appearance. Ageing changes the symmetrical nature of a youthful face and gives the appearance of volume shifting from the top of the face to bottom of the face.

How Ageing affects the Skin

Skin undergoes several changes with age. Some of them are:

Thinner Skin

Skin gets thinner with age.

Saggy Skin

Skin loses its elasticity with age and causes wrinkles.

Loss of Hydration

Ageing causes the skin to be drier.

Spots

Ageing can cause skin to develop dark spots.

How Ageing affects the Skin

Skin undergoes several changes with age. Some of them are:

Thinner Skin

Skin gets thinner with age.

Saggy Skin

Skin loses its elasticity with age and causes wrinkles.

Loss of Hydration

Ageing causes the skin to be drier.

Spots

Ageing can cause skin to develop dark spots.

How Ageing Affects Facial Fat

As we age, our facial fat gets atrophied and redistributed causing an overall volume loss.

How Ageing Affects Muscle and Bone

Skin undergoes several changes with age. Some of them are:

Visible Signs of Ageing

Early Sign of Ageing

Intrinsic Causes of Ageing

It’s the natural process the takes over the years. As we age, the body starts producing lesser collagen and elastin. The skin becomes thinner and the skins capacity to hydrate itself is reduced. Intrinsic factors cannot lead to premature signs of ageing.

Extrinsic Causes of Ageing

The avoidable ones!

Before / After Treatment

OUR RECOMMENDATIONS

For the ones wanting to fight the signs of ageing we recommend the following range of products and services available at Berkowits to use as your shield and armor.

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Photofacials

For one Photofacials done by IPL are significantly different from the ones undertaken with mere LED’s. LED’s rely on colour therapy whereas Photofacials.

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Platelet Rich Plasma for Skin

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy as the name suggest is the injection of Platelet Rich and Platelet Poor plasma extracted.

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Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser Skin Resurfacing uses the skin’s natural ability to rejuvenate itself to treat fine lines, wrinkles, scars, stretch marks.

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Derma Peels

A chemical peel is a treatment in which a safe acid solution is used to remove the damaged outer layers of the skin.

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