May 2, 2018
Five Areas that Add Age to Your Face
You’ve noticed the way your skin and face have started to transform in the mirror. Perhaps you even caught yourself off guard by seeing your own parent staring back at you. But you may not realize that there are actually specific features on your face that can add age without you realizing it.
Beverly Hills Oculoplastic Surgeon, Dr. Kami Parsa recommends addressing these five key areas to add a youthful glow back to your face:
Eyelids — Whether affected by age or chronic stress and fatigue, our eyes often impact our appearance more than anything else. If tissues are sagging, folded, or you have dark bags under your eyes, it can make you look older and more tired than you really are.
Forehead — Affected by sun exposure, skin products (or lack thereof) and time, the forehead is one of the first areas to develop deep creases and lines.
Brows — There’s a reason why so many people consider getting eyebrow lifts. Sagging brows can complicate the way your forehead and eyelids look.
Cheeks — Skin damage, fine lines, acne scarring, and even weight loss can lead to a dull and stretched out skin that looks rough and feels tough.
Mouth — Thinning lips and smile lines can make the skin look aged, especially if you’ve been out in the sun a lot or use tobacco products.
Dr. Kami Parsa is one of Beverly Hill’s most experienced Oculoplastic Surgeons. Contact our practice today to schedule a consultation and find out which of our traditional and nonsurgical aesthetic treatments can help you get the healthy, smooth skin and facial fullness you’ve been searching for!
Posted on Behalf of Kami Parsa M.D.