Most women, by their thirties begin to notice changes in their skin that weren’t there in their twenties – sun damage, eye puffiness or bags, fine lines, or the loss of volume. While your thirties are still too young for any major face overhaul, such as a facelift or eyelid lift, it’s a great time for aging prevention and maintenance.
Women’s hormones begin to change in their thirties, halting collagen production, which keeps us looking young. If you spent your teens and twenties in the sun, drinking, and smoking, your face may begin to show these vices in your thirties. Lifestyle changes such as pregnancy, weight fluctuations, career or life stressors, etc. can affect your skin and how old or young you appear.
Which injectable is right for someone in their thirties depends on the location of the injection and what is being treated. Injectables are not permanent so they are a great way for someone unsure about facial enhancement to test the waters.
Enhanced volume is one way to look younger. If you are concerned about a loss of volume, particularly in the lips, Volbella, Vollure, Juverderm, and Restalyne injectables are a great way to enhance your lips and help you appear younger. Another concerns many women have in their thirties include a loss of plumpness in their cheeks. Renuva, Voluma, and Radiesse injectables are designed for deeper tissue augmentation and can help someone in their thirties look more like they are in their twenties.
If you feel like you look tired all the time and see hollows under the eyes, Restylane can help restore volume and hyaluronic acid to the face. Restylane can be personalized with different sized particles depending on the severity of your volume loss and injection site. Vollure and Volbella are also viable options for targeting volume loss beneath the eyes.
Your thirties are a great time to become familiar with injectables and how they might benefit your skin. Injectables can ward off more invasive procedures like facelifts and are a great way to look “fresh” like you did ten or twenty years ago. To learn more about what injectables might be right for you or to schedule your consultation, please fill out the form on this page or call our Beverly Hills office at (310) 860-8915 or our Pasadena office at (626) 537-3737.