Thin lips can be completely natural, but they can also be a sign of ageing due to a loss of collagen and a tiring of the muscles around the mouth. As we age, lips can lose their full, plump look and begin to appear noticeably thinner. This can also happen due to excess sun exposure or as a result of smoking. Changes in lip shape are often more noticeable from about the age of 30.
Teenage acne an increased level of testosterone produced in puberty. The sebaceous gland is sensitive to hormones which will cause the gland to produce more oil.
If your parents had acne it will be likely for you to be a suffer also, it has been proven a child that has both parents have experienced acne will develop acne at a younger age and have adult acne.
80% of acne occurs in women, this is believed to be caused by the many changes of hormone levels i.e periods, pregnancy, polycystic ovary syndrome.
Ensuring your lips are always thoroughly moisturised is one way to keep lip wrinkles at bay. We recommend using a cream that contains active anti-wrinkle ingredients that plump and hydrate the skin. You should also avoid smoking and follow a healthy and active lifestyle.
Defining your lips with a lip liner darker than your lipstick will make help your lips look plumper, while making your lips lighter in the centre with a different shade creates the appearance of fuller lips.
If you'd like to talk through your skincare needs or find out more about any of our treatments, simply fill in the form below and we'll be in touch to book your consultation.