Volume Loss

One of the most visible signs of aging is loss of facial volume. A deletion in moisture, fat, protein and tissue all contribute to the skin looking less full and supple. Volume loss also promotes wrinkling and uneven texturing of the skin.

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What causes Volume Loss?

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Volume loss in the face is caused by a number of factors most commonly the breakdown of collagen and other proteins which provide structure to the skin.

Collagen and elastin are key building blocks to healthy skin, and as we age production begins to decrease, leading to volume loss in face key areas such as cheekbones, the under-eye area and cheeks.

As we lose fullness in these areas It can make other certain areas appear heavier, such as the jowls and neck, which can lead to sagging skin and may sometimes alter the structure and shape of our whole face.

Hormonal changes can also lead to volume loss by changing the quality and location of fat in face. This can be exacerbated by the reduction of  hyaluronic acid which keeps skin hydrated. 

External factors that impact tissue volume and fullness are environment, diet, stress and weight loss/gain.

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Preventing and treating Volume Loss

Aging is something we will all experience, however there are ways to reduce and alleviate the signs of volume loss.

Protecting your skin from sun exposure can ensure skin stays healthy and moisturized preventing the breakdown of important cellular proteins.

Drinking lots of water and eating a well-balanced diet also promotes overall health and can keep the skin cells hydrated and plump preventing loss of density.

Avoiding stress and getting proper rest also encourages cellular turnover and regeneration which is fundamental.