6 Ways to Treat Visible Signs of Ageing

Ageing is a natural and beautiful thing, but seeing your first few wrinkles in the mirror can still be quite the shock. Along with those wrinkles, come the sagginess as well as the loss of elasticity, bounce and firmness – all of which can be incredibly distressing and jarring.

You may have all your bases covered and tried many ways to slow down ageing: you mask everyday, use hair tonics and even take beauty and health supplements that promise you the fountain of youth. Sadly, there is no stopping the hands of time or the ageing process.

Fortunately, we have come a long way and developed multiple fixes and technologies that can tackle some of the more common concerns and manage them better.

Curious about what kind of treatments there are to reduce signs of ageing? Read on to find out more.

Common and visible signs of ageing

Here are some of the most common signs of ageing and the options you can consider to treat them

  • Crow’s feet
    One of the most obvious signs of ageing, as you may have guessed, tends to manifest around the eyes. The depth and severity of crow’s feet are different according to each individual – some may begin to notice them as early as their mid-20s while some are lucky enough to avoid them until much later in their late 40s.

    Treatment options: Topical creams, pure^ botulinum toxin, chemical peels, dermal fillers and laser resurfacing treatments.
  • Dark spots (on the face, body and hands)
    Dark spots may sometimes be caused by genetics, natural hyperpigmentation, acne scars or pregnancy. That aside, ageing is most definitely a key symptom due to sun exposure and the general wear and tear of the skin caused by environmental stress and pollution.

    Treatment options:
     Sunscreen, serums, retinoids, microneedling treatments and chemical exfoliation.
  • Dullness and/or dry skin
    Your skin may seem untouchable, pristine and indestructible in your 20s, but the dullness begins to creep in as soon as you enter your 30s – making you look even older than you actually are at times. On top of that, you might notice that your skin tends to get dry or even itchy, due to the fact that your skin’s sebaceous glands produce less oil as you age.

    Treatment options: Serums, chemical exfoliation, retinoids and laser treatments.
  • Loss of hair volume
    Thinning hair can be caused by childbirth, certain medications, hormonal shifts and stress, but the common culprit is most definitely ageing. Over time, nearly everyone has some hair loss with age as hair fibres become thinner thus, making it easier for hair to fall.

    Treatment options:
     Over-the-counter medications, regular scalp massages at home, folic acid supplements and laser therapy.
  • Fine lines
    We mentioned crow’s feet earlier, but what about the lines on the rest of your face? As you age, your skin’s level of collagen continues to decrease and you may begin to notice lines on your forehead and mouth in your late 20s or early 30s.

    Treatment options: Sunscreen, serums, retinoids, laser treatments and Ultherapy (a non-invasive skin tightening treatment that can help you get rid of fine lines and reduce the appearance of wrinkles with just one treatment).
  • Sagging skin
    Notice how, as you age, the skin around your face, chin and decolletage tend to droop and not snap back into place? That is because the production of collagen and elastin (which give your skin that plump, firm look) begins to slow down. As a result, your skin will look less taut around the jaw and cheeks – which is an obvious sign of ageing.

    Treatment options:
     Serums, chemical exfoliation, retinoids and laser treatments.

Ultherapy: The solution for slowing down effects of skin ageing

The biggest age giveaway, as we know, is the loss of volume in the face, jaw and decolletage. So if you are looking for an effective way on how to slow down ageing, especially in the face, look no further than Ultherapy.

Ultherapy is the only FDA-cleared, non-invasive procedure with real-time visualisation that lifts the neck, chin and brow, AND improves lines and wrinkles on the upper chest. It is a reliable treatment that can effectively make you look younger.

Speak to our experts today!


^Pure: Absence of impurities*
*Impurities: Presence of complexing proteins, inactive neurotoxin, flagellin & bacterial DNA contaminants.
1 Park JY, et al. Neurotoxin impurities: A Review of threats to Efficacy. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob Open. 2020;8(1):e2627


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