One of the most common concerns our clients seek help with here at Fiona Clossick Facial Aesthetics is the wrinkling and lining of the neck. Today we will discuss why the skin on the neck is so vulnerable to damage and what we can do to counter this.
We all know the importance of caring for our faces to minimise signs of ageing. Most of us know that cleansing, toning and moisturising daily is designed to counter the harm being done to exposed skin by continual exposure to damaging UV light.
But in that case, why do we so rarely include our necks in our beauty routine? After all, unless you are seriously addicted to turtle-neck sweaters, your neck is being attacked by UV rays just as often as your face is. Factor in the nature of the skin on your neck – thin and lacking fatty tissues – and it is no surprise that it suffers.
It is clear that one of the first actions we should take to prevent neck lines and wrinkles is incorporating the neck into our daily beauty regime. Be selective over the products you use, remembering that the skin on your neck is different from that on your face, so what suits one may not suit the other. Take care of your body as a whole too, maintaining a healthy lifestyle including a good diet and appropriate weight to avoid stressing your skin unnecessarily, particularly in fragile areas like your neck.
What if the damage is already done? Well the good news is that there are a range of cosmetic treatments that can rejuvenate the appearance of your neck, minimising lines and wrinkles. Skin peels are renowned for reducing signs of ageing, and dermal fillers can work wonders on even the deepest of lines.
Every individual case is different, so if you’d like to discuss the best way to improve the appearance of the skin on your neck, or if there’s anything else you ‘d like to look into, we’d be happy to help. Get in touch with our expert team today by calling 07815 904578.
We all know about the harm the sun can cause our skin during the summer months, and the majority of us heed advice about using sunscreen and staying in the shade during the hottest part of the day. When it comes to the winter and weaker sunlight, however, most people are unaware that they still need to take precautions if they are to avoid the damaging effects the sun can still have on our skin.
As you wave goodbye to summer, your skin transitions to another season alongside the weather. Summer has left your skin in need of gentle love and care, to repair the damage done by the sun and the heat. Before autumn completely settles in, ensuring your skin is ready for the cooler months is important.
If you’re interested in skincare and like to read about the latest beauty treatments and techniques, you’ve probably heard about dermarolling. Many celebrities and online beauty gurus have been raving about it recently. But what exactly is a dermaroller and how can it help you? Let’s take a look.
The winter can play havoc with our skin, with extreme weather conditions, low temperatures and fluctuations in humidity all able to cause damage.
In the winter months, it’s common for skin to feel dehydrated, itchy and dull – but it doesn’t have to. Here at Fiona Clossick, we’ve put together our top five tips for preparing your skin for the winter months.
Body confidence can be tricky for some – our brains see the way we look very differently to how other people do. With that in mind, we at Fiona Clossick have created a list of five tips to help you to be more confident about your appearance:
The relationship between the sun and our skin is one that is fairly complicated. Everybody wants a tan but without any of the dangers of sun damage. We recently offered some expert advice on how to achieve the sun kissed look safely, but is our skin ever fully safe from the sun?
A lot of women hate the idea of looking pale in summer and will spend a lot of time trying to achieve the perfect tan. In fact, for some people, it’s not just about looking good in cute summer clothes; having a tan can actually make them feel a lot happier!
Sun. Holidays. BBQs.
Everyone loves the summer. With longer days, sunny weather and an excuse to eat as much ice cream as we wish; what is there not to love?
Certain veins are hard to disguise, making them a frustrating and embarrassing problem for a lot of people. Spider veins are often the ones that appear on the legs or face; twisted purple, blue and red vessels. They are extremely similar to varicose veins, although they are generally smaller and not as raised.