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5 Signs It Might Be Time to Consider Anti-Wrinkle Injections

When Expression Lines are Visible, Even When You’re Not Expressing

To prevent lines from getting so deep they’re resistant to injectable treatment, it’s best to start as soon as you see the lines begin to set in, if not sooner. As we age, it is normal to see creases when you move your face.

When Your Brow Begins to Fall Causing Hooded Eyes

If you need to use your hand to pull your eyelid up, you may be a candidate for an anti-wrinkle injection. This involves injecting directly between the brows to relax the muscles underneath, allowing the upper forehead muscles to ‘pull’ the brow up and the skin to smooth out.

When You Actually Can See the Number 11 Forming Between Your Eyes

You may start noticing frown lines developing between your eyes that may look like the number 11 or “tram lines”. I recommend treating that area with a wrinkle relaxer before the number 11 sets in.

When You Smile and See Visible Lines Radiating Around Your Eyes

Crow’s feet are another concern that should be treated early.  The top sign for needing an anti- wrinkle injection is the evidence of muscles contracting and moving. A few painless, skilfully placed injections will prevent the crow’s feet from forming while preserving the natural expressions of your face.

You’ve Been Wanting to Try It

The great thing about wrinkle relaxers is that results are temporary. While they may not be the answer to every anti-ageing concern, you can try them and simply pause further treatment if you’re not happy.

However, if your friends and family think you always look angry, sad or tired it may finally be time to give anti-wrinkle injections a try.

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