Aging, Sun Damaged Skin & Wrinkles
Age, Sun and Liver Spots
Age spots, also called liver spots, are flat brown patches on the skin that have darkened in color (“pigmented”) after exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet light. They are commonly seen in people over the age of 40 on areas of skin that are frequently exposed to sunlight, such as the hands, shoulders, forearms, face and forehead. Age spots may look unattractive, but age spots are painless and harmless, although their dark color can delay the diagnosis of some skin cancers.
Crow’s Feet Treatment
Crow’s feet are a natural part of the aging process that occurs when the skin becomes thinner, drier and less elastic, allowing lines and creases to form around the corners of the eyes. Genetics, smoking and excessive exposure to the sun can also lead to the premature aging of your skin. These can be treated with creams, lasers, BOTOX® Cosmetic, dermal fillers as well as surgical procedures.
Jowls refer to the lower jaw. In particular, jowls refer to the flesh under the lower jaw, especially when it is plump or drooping. Many treatments are available for jowls, including both a non-surgical or surgical facelift.