Skin Laxity and Wrinkles
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As part of the ageing process, our skin becomes looser and wrinkles and lines begin to appear. From age 25, our collagen levels begin to deplete, causing changes to our skin. Genetics, sun exposure and lifestyle choices may also impact the rate at which your skin begins to show signs of ageing. Luckily we offer a variety of treatments to help turn back the clock!
We offer anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers to treat and prevent wrinkles and achieve a more youthful look. Our experienced cosmetic doctors administer the treatments.
We offer injectable hydration and rejuvenation treatments using a new form of hyaluronic acid, combined with cosmeceuticals. The treatment can be administered to the neck and décolletage, the delicate eye area, and even the backs of hands, which often show signs of ageing and sun damage.
Radiofrequency Skin Rejuvenation and Tightening
Our radiofrequency skin rejuvenation treatments are a popular choice for clients who are concerned about ageing and skin laxity. The Secret Micro-Needle Fractional Radiofrequency System lifts, tightens and rejuvenates skin. The combination of radiofrequency and needling induces collagen production within the dermis and tightens elastin fibres.
Facials and Dermal Therapies
At Southern Cosmetics, we offer a range of chemical peels, facial infusions and galvanic facials to help ward off the signs of ageing and truly nourish your skin. Chemical peels exfoliate by using substances such as alpha-hydroxy acids (fruit acids) or beta-hydroxy acids (salicylic acid) to help improve the skin’s appearance.
DermaPen Skin Needling
Needling improves skin texture and aids in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. During this treatment, we use a sterile, single-use, pen-like device with adjustable fine surgical steel microneedles to create hundreds of tiny punctures in the skin. As these microneedles penetrate the upper (epidermis) and lower (dermis) layers of the skin at targeted and specific depths, they cause controlled microscopic wounds and pin-point bleeding. This process encourages the body’s own wound healing response, which results in an increase in activity of fibroblasts (collagen-producing cells) and improved skin texture.