Skin & Facial Aging

Reduce the signs of aging

The signs of skin aging can vary depending on a number of factors including genetics, environmental factors (sun exposure and pollution), illness and lifestyle (smoking and alcohol consumption).

The signs of aging can be defined as hyperpigmentation (‘dark spots’), skin laxity (sagging skin), dull appearance, rhytides (lines and wrinkles), and xerosis (dry skin). Depending on personal and cultural perspectives these individual characteristics may be more or less significant or bothersome.

Treatments to address aging skin include anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, DermaPen®, Fraxel®, light skin peels, HydraFacial and microdermabrasion. Depending on the particular attributes of aging that you are concerned with, your lifestyle, available down time and expectations, an individual treatment plan will be designed for you in your initial complimentary consultation.

Treatments for Skin & Facial Aging

Light Skin Peels, Hydrafacial & Microdermabrasion

These exfoliating procedures increase cell turnover (shedding and renewal), giving the skin a more even and lustrous appearance. In addition to this, treatments should be paired with correct professionally recommended clinical skincare to maintain and achieve optimal results. For more information please visit our Light Skin Peels, HydraFacial and Microdermabrasion pages.


This laser procedure uses light and heat to trigger collagen production, improving skin texture and also reduce the appearance of pigmentation (age spots, sun spots, freckles). For more information please visit our Fraxel® page.

Anti-Wrinkle Injections

These injections use a prescribed medication that relaxes targeted facial muscle to cause skin folds and wrinkles. For more information please visit our Anti-Wrinkle Injections page.

Dermal Fillers

These injections are used to restore facial contours, soften lines and wrinkle, as well as drawing water to the deep levels of the skin to improve over all texture. For more information please visit our Dermal Fillers page.