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Facial Volume Loss
Lip Plumping
As you grow older, you begin to experience a loss of collagen and facial fat. Collagen is vital because it is the substance  produced by your body that keeps your skin looking young and moist. As the skin begins to age, it loses much of its youthful elasticity, which results in the emergence of wrinkles. This also leads to a loss of definition throughout various areas of the face.

You may be born with thin lips, but if you don’t take proper care of them you will cause them to become even thinner; lack of attention even makes fuller lips look thin. A few factors that can cause lips to become thin are:

  • Dehydration
  • Too much exposure to sun
  • Habit of pursing or puckering
  • Extreme weather
  • Smoking
  • Aging

All these factors contribute to reducing collagen in your skin and lips. Collagen is a protein, which is naturally present in your body. Collagen helps keep the skin elastic, full by constantly making new skin cells. It strengthens your skin, giving it volume and prevents it from sagging.

My Face Aesthetics Clinic have a range of options in our Bolton clinic for lip fillers for lip plumping from Belotero (Belotero Shape and Contour Lips) Princess and Teosyal for more information on lip fillers

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The primary causes are natural aging and genetics. As you age, you lose bone mass in the face, while muscles begin to atrophy to some degree. Other factors that can cause facial volume loss are emotional stress, yo-yo dieting and other lifestyle factors

When collagen and facial fat is depleted, wrinkles or lines begin to form. Other signs of facial volume loss include flattened cheeks, 'boney' hands, loose skin around the jawline, sunken temples, hallowing around the eye sockets, fine lines around the nose, and nasolabial folds around the nose and mouth

Typically begins at some point in a person’s 20s. This is when the natural supports of the skin begin to break down. This results in a gradual definition loss of such facial areas as the templates (temples), lips, forehead, jawline, cheeks, and eye sockets.