A women’s age can be given away by areas that are often overlooked, such as the neck, décolletage and hands. Thanks to the advances made in aesthetic medicine, it is now possible to help these areas to age gracefully by subtly plumping and deeply hydrating them, and erasing those marks that are so hard to avoid.
HOW TO CORRECT THESE NEGLECTED AREAS
“I’m 45 years old, my hands are aging and becoming marked.”
WHAT TO DO
The best strategy is to inject hyaluronic acid, such as Emervel Deep, under the skin in order to recreate a sort of mattress which will hide the veins and tendons while hydrating the skin and revitalising it thanks to the product’s Skinboosters®.
“I’m 50 and have a pronounced horizontal line on my neck like a necklace, and my neck has become flabby. How can I lift it without surgery?”
WHAT TO DO
Horizontal lines on the neck, called Venus rings, are not necessarily a sign of aging. These lines can easily be erased with a relatively fluid hyaluronic acid filler, used once a year. Wrinkling in the central part of the neck, the unfortunately-named “chicken neck”, clearly gives away a person’s age. In my opinion, biostimulation with highly fluid hyaluronic acid is the best solution.
“I’m 40, how can I get rid of lines on my décolleté?
WHAT TO DO
These fan-shaped wrinkles can appear at a fairly young age in women who are often exposed to the sun. The area can be treated through revitalisation (mesolift), with two sessions carried out one month apart to start with, then following up with 1 to 2 sessions per year. If the wrinkles are deeper and cover a larger area, we use a fluid filler. Sometimes, the skin between the breasts requires a more substantial re-densifying treatment.
About Dr Catherine de Goursac
A pioneer in aesthetic medicine, Dr De Goursac is a member of the board of directors of the French Association of Morpho-Aesthetic Medicine (AFME) and the Federation of Aesthetic and Anti-Aging Doctors (FSMEA). Author of various scientific publications for the general public, including “Tu as bonne mine ce matin” (You look good this morning), “La médecine anti-âge” (Anti-aging medicine) and “L’esthétique au masculine” (Aesthetics for men).