Nasolabial furrows are the longitudinal depressions that extend from the wings of the nose to the corners of the mouth. Their presence usually adversely affects the perception of the face on which they are located. They are one of the important symptoms of face aging.
Usually, up to the age of 25, the nasolabial folds are not an aesthetic problem because they are only slightly outlined and shallow. Over time, their depth increases and the face takes on a sad expression.
Treatments that will help:
- filling treatments, giving an immediate or gradual filling effect
- fillings with cross-linked hyaluronic acid (only the furrows or volumetrically of the cheeks, depending on the case)
- filling with appropriate filling stimulators
The following regenerating treatments will help reduce the appearance of furrows by improving the quality of the skin through the process of biostimulation :
- microneedle radiofrequency
- platelet-rich plasma
- microneedle mesotherapy
- pdo threads
- chemical peels
The speed at which nasolabial lines deepen is influenced not only by genetic factors. By being aware of them, you can slow down this process.
These factors include:
- Exposure to UV radiation causes a faster loss of firmness and elasticity of the skin, which contributes to the drooping of the cheeks and, as a result, faster deepening of the nasolabial furrows.
- Poor skin hydration is associated with faster appearance of any furrows and wrinkles.
- Large fluctuations in weight cause sagging skin in various areas of the body, including the face, which translates into an increase in blunt deepening of the nasolabial furrows.
- Sleeping in the prone or side position deepens the furrows, acting like an iron to fix any creases on the skin. By observing the face of a person over 40, you can recognize whether a particular person sleeps or slept most of their life on a particular, favorite side – the furrows are deeper on that side.
- Rich facial expressions