Line smoothing for expressive wrinkles
Fine lines and wrinkles appear more and more prominently as we age because our skin thins, and our muscles continue to be over-animated. Many clients choose to smooth these wrinkles with targeted line smoothing injections using a reputable and regulated medical toxin. Treating areas such as the forehead, between the eyebrows, and the crow’s feet, we’re able to relax these muscles by lessening their ability to contract as aggressively.
Benefits of line smoothing with Cosmedicare
- All treatments are performed by a trained medical professional
- Soften the appearance of ageing and wrinkles
- Achieve subtly smoother skin in your target area
Frequently Asked Questions
Which areas of the face do line smoothing injections treat?
Popular treatment areas for line softening include forehead lines, frown lines between the eyebrows, and crow’s feet at the corner of the eyes. This is because there are very expressive muscles in these areas that crease our skin repeatedly, which can worsen as our skin thins with age.
How does this treatment work?
Line smoothing injections use a regulated medical toxin to relax the expressive muscles in the targeted area. By injecting into the muscle, we take away some of its ability to contract as aggressively, ensuring we still leave you with the ability to express yourself without the worry of immediately visible wrinkles.
Is this treatment safe?
Line smoothing injections are a very safe treatment when performed by medically trained hands. We use a regulated medical toxin that is medically approved for line softening treatments in the face. As a medical doctor and trained aesthetic injector, Dr Eithne Deignan is able to perform this treatment with confidence for clients who are seeking to subtly reduce visible wrinkles.
How long will my results last?
Your results could take up to 2 weeks to reach their optimum effect, and their duration tends to vary between client to client. Typically, you could expect your results to last for up to 4-6 months, after which time you will need a top-up appointment if you wish to maintain them.