As our largest organ, our skin establishes the physical boundaries between ourselves and our surroundings with its various layers, starting with the outer layer (epidermis), true skin (dermis) and hypodermis, all of which is made up of fatty tissue.
Our skin ages from as early an age as 25, elasticity slackens and the first fine lines start to appear. With increasing age and reduced hormone production, these wrinkles become deeper. An unhealthy diet, nicotine, alcohol and excessive sun exposure also have a negative impact on the ageing process.
Since the state of a person’s skin is often associated with their state of health, it is an important consideration for everyone concerned with their general attractiveness. Youthful, cared for skin is the cornerstone of today’s beauty ideal.
Through highly developed operational methods within plastic surgery, the understandable desire for smooth, wrinkle-free skin to improve your looks can be achieved