When Should You Consider Cosmetic Procedures?
But now one Australian cosmetic surgeon Steven Liew has suggested that starting with cosmetic procedures earlier in life is the way to go.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said that by having small “tweakments” from your 30s, you can avoid having to undergo something more drastic like a full facelift in your 50s.
He explained that, generally, we start to age when we’re in our 20s, so getting work done from your 30s onwards can ensure you keep that youthful glow and prevent the signs of ageing getting worse.
“If you get a little bit of work done a little earlier, you can actually prevent sagging and stop yourself having to get a facelift later,” he said.
Dr Liew added that the areas you target will vary as you get older, pointing out that for someone in their 30s he’d recommend some dermal fillers in the cheeks and around the corners of the lips to help them regain their 20s youth. And for those in their 40s, his suggestion is to target the temples and the cheeks.
Dermal fillers work by replenishing the hyaluronic acid that’s naturally lost from your skin as you age. Introducing new hyaluronic acid has a plumping and smoothing effect on the skin, as well as helping keep it moisturised from the inside out.
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