Frown Lines

Frown lines or a furrowed brow can give the impression of worry and stress which can leave you feeling insecure about your facial appearance and how people perceive you to be. 

Commonly known as the ‘eleven lines’, frown lines are mainly caused by a lack of two main proteins, which are elastin and collagen. 

Naturally, as you age, your skin loses elasticity and doesn’t easily return to its original shape, and with repeated movements of the muscles on your face, the lines can deepen and become more prominent. 

Thankfully, frown lines are simple to treat and reduce. Here at DD Clinical, we use our professional treatments and skills to give you the fresh appearance you need to help you look great for your age. 

What causes Frown lines to appear?

Frown lines can appear as two deep furrows nestled between the eyebrows or horizontal lines straight across the forehead. They develop primarily as a result of ageing. 

Some of the factors that accelerate ageing are:

  • UV and sun exposure
  • Stress 
  • Natural gravity
  • Genetics

Reverse the effects of ageing with our treatment for frown lines

Here at DD Clinical, we offer many various treatment options to help smooth and improve the area. Our friendly and professional team aim to provide you with safe and effective treatments that are designed to help you look your best no matter what the occasion may be.

Our ‘Lunch time facelift’ – ClearLift Laser

Specialist skin tightening lasers, designed to revolutionary rejuvenate your skin without injections or surgery, helping to reduce the appearance of frown lines.

  • Virtually pain free
  • Boosts Collagen
  • Immediate recovery
  • 30 minutes procedure time
  • Safe for all skin types
  • Long lasting results 

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