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Never overdone, at LookFresh we value natural-looking, sustainable improvements that keep you looking your best and feeling your most confident.

Understanding Ageing

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1. Collagen and Elastin Breakdown:

  • Collagen: Collagen is a structural protein that provides strength and support to the skin. Over time, collagen production naturally decreases, leading to thinner and less resilient skin.
  • Elastin: Elastin fibers are responsible for skin elasticity. As we age, the elasticity of elastin diminishes, resulting in sagging and wrinkles.

2. Hyaluronic Acid Depletion:

  • Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in the skin that helps maintain moisture and firmness. With age, hyaluronic acid levels decline, contributing to dryness, fine lines, and loss of volume.

3. Skin Changes:

  • Thinning Skin: As we age, the epidermis (outermost layer of skin) becomes thinner, making it more prone to damage and slower to heal.
  • Decreased Oil Production: Reduced sebum production can lead to dry skin and a loss of the skin’s natural protective barrier.
  • Uneven Pigmentation: Age spots and uneven pigmentation can develop

4. Dynamic Wrinkles:

  • Repeated muscle contractions from facial expressions, such as smiling or squinting, lead to dynamic wrinkles. Over time, these wrinkles can become more pronounced.

5. Photoaging:

  • UV radiation from the sun causes premature aging by breaking down collagen and elastin fibers. It also leads to the development of fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven pigmentation.
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6. Fat and Muscle Atrophy:

  • Fat and muscle loss in the face can lead to hollowed cheeks, deep nasolabial folds, and a sunken appearance. Fat pads that provide youthful fullness may shift or diminish.

7. Bone Resorption:

The bones of the skull and face undergo subtle changes with age, with some areas experiencing resorption or loss of bone density. This can affect the overall facial structure, contributing to a less defined jawline and cheekbones.

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8. Lifestyle Factors:

  • Smoking: Smoking accelerates ageing by reducing blood flow to the skin, leading to wrinkles, and a dull complexion.
  • Diet: Poor nutrition can impact skin health, and diets rich in sugar and processed foods may contribute to inflammation and skin ageing.
  • Sleep and Stress: Lack of sleep and chronic stress can affect skin quality, leading to a tired appearance and exacerbating wrinkles.

9. Genetics:

  • Genetic factors play a role in how the ageing process unfolds. Some individuals may be genetically predisposed to age at a slower or faster rate.

Non-invasive Treatment Solutions

Our non-invasive treatments are designed to address these physiological changes associated with facial ageing by stimulating collagen production, restoring volume, and improving skin texture and elasticity. Each treatment modality targets specific aspects of ageing, providing a tailored approach to rejuvenation. A comprehensive consultation with one of our doctors or nurses determines the most appropriate combination of treatments for your unique and individual concerns.

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Skin solutions

Your treatment plan factors in your anatomy, concerns, lifestyle and budget. Your plan may include some of the following popular treatments, along with skincare recommendations, for attaining the skin-related aspects of your aesthetic goals:

  1. Anti-wrinkle Injections: Different methods of anti-wrinkle treatment are used to relax the muscles responsible for dynamic wrinkles. They are commonly applied to treat crow’s feet, forehead lines, and frown lines between the eyebrows. Learn more.
  2. Laser Facials & Pigmentation Correction: High-end laser treatments can improve skin texture, reduce fine lines, and stimulate collagen production. They are effective at addressing sun damage and uneven pigmentation. Read more here.
  3. Microneedling: Microneedling uses tiny needles to create controlled micro-injuries in the skin, stimulating collagen and elastin production. It can improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of scars and wrinkles. Learn more.
  4. Regenerative Treatment (Regenerative Treatment) Therapy: Regenerative Treatment involves extracting and concentrating growth factors from your own blood, which are then injected into the skin to promote collagen production and improve skin texture. More on Regenerative Treatment.
  5. Tixel: Tixel uses highly-focused controlled heat to fractionally rejuvenate the skin. It incurs minimal pain while stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, improving skin texture, pore size and the appearance of wrinkles. Detailed information here.
  6. Healite II LED Therapy: LED therapy, also known as light therapy or phototherapy, utilises specific wavelengths of light to address various skin concerns and promote skin health. Sessions can improve skin tone, texture, and elasticity over time. It is particularly effective in conjunction with other non-surgical treatments for overall facial rejuvenation. More.
  7. Bio-remodelling Injections: This modern injectable stimulates collagen production and improve skin quality, gradually plumping and rejuvenating facial tissues. These injections contain bioactive compounds and are effective at addressing crêpiness, wrinkles, and skin laxity.  Read more.
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Replenishing facial volume

Volume loss is a common sign of aging and can result in a sunken or hollowed appearance. Dermal fillers are invaluable tools in addressing this issue, offering natural and rejuvenating results.

1. Cheeks and Mid-Face: Dermal fillers are commonly used to restore volume to the cheeks and mid-face area. As we age, we experience a loss of fat and a decrease in collagen production, which can lead to a flattening of the cheeks and a sagging appearance. By strategically injecting dermal fillers into the cheeks, our experienced injectors can add volume and lift to create youthful contours.

2. Under-Eye Hollows: Hollows or dark circles under the eyes can make a person appear tired or aged. Dermal fillers can be delicately injected into the tear troughs to fill in these hollow areas, reducing the appearance of under-eye bags and creating a more refreshed look.

3. Temples: Volume loss in the temples can give the face a sunken or aged appearance. Dermal fillers can be used to replenish volume in this area, helping to restore a balanced and harmonious facial structure.

4. Nasolabial Folds and Marionette Lines: For the right candidate, dermal fillers are effective in softening the deep lines that run from the nose to the mouth (nasolabial folds) and from the corners of the mouth down to the jawline (marionette lines). By filling in these lines, dermal fillers can create a smoother and more youthful appearance.

5. Lips and Perioral Area: Dermal fillers are widely used to enhance lip volume and definition, as well as to reduce the appearance of fine lines around the mouth (smokers’ lines). Careful injection techniques can achieve natural-looking and balanced results.

6. Jawline and Chin: Dermal fillers can be employed to provide definition to the jawline and chin, improving overall facial symmetry and contour.

The procedure is typically well-tolerated and may involve minimal discomfort, with results visible immediately. Patients appreciate the convenience of filler treatments, which require little to no downtime. More on Dermal Fillers.

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Lifting without surgery

The right candidate can achieve a satisfactory amount of lift with non-surgical procedures. Your LookFresh clinician will explain to you in depth the results that you can expect with various different modalities, however these are some of the treatments we may recommend:

  1. Ultherapy: Ultherapy is a non-invasive procedure that uses focused ultrasound energy to stimulate collagen production and tighten the skin. It targets deep layers of tissue, providing a lifting effect for the brow, chin, neck, and décolletage. The results are gradual and can last for up to a year or more. Learn more.
  2. Emface: Emface is a non-invasive facial treatment that utilises RF and microcurrent technology to lift; targeting facial muscles, connective tissue and skin. By toning the SMAS layer of tissue, Emface provides a lifting effect and improves overall facial contours. It has numerous additional benefits: Read more.
  3. Radiofrequency (RF) Treatments: Our Exilis Elite device uses radiofrequency energy to heat the deeper layers of the skin, stimulating collagen production and promoting skin tightening. These treatments are effective for lifting and firming loose facial tissues as well as improving tone and texture. Learn more.
  4. Dermal Fillers: Dermal fillers are used to address volume loss, harmonise and correct deep creases, but they can also provide a subtle lifting effect when strategically injected. By restoring lost volume in key areas, such as the cheeks and temples, dermal fillers can help lift sagging tissues and create a more youthful contour. More here.

Our Long-term

Patients’ Results.

“Frequent anti-wrinkle treatment is one of the best ways of maintaining a fresh and youthful appearance.”

-LookFresh Cosmetic Physician

Patient in her 60s

This lady has had no fillers, no neurotoxins nor any surgical procedures. She has had a non surgical device called Emface which has lifted her jowls, reduced her nasolabial folds, improved her mid-face and helped give her a subtle eyebrow lift.


Patient in her 50s

This lady has had a non surgical device called Emface which has lifted her jowls, reduced her nasolabial folds, improved her mid-face volume and given her an eyebrow lift while improving the appearance of her eyelids. She has also had several light laser facial treatments with the Revlite laser which has reduced the appearance of her facial pigmentation.

Patient in her 40s

This lady has had some filler to her temples and chin to enhance her natural beauty. She has also had a series of Emface treatments, which has improved her neck and jawline, as well as improve her mid-face volume.

Patient in her 30s

A subtle dose of anti wrinkle injections judiciously placed to reduce her facial muscle movements and make her look naturally refreshed.