Lines around the mouth or 'smokers lines' are a common sign of ageing.
The lines can be purely part of the natural ageing process but may also be due to the repetitive pursing of the lips when smoking. The permanent visible creases, when coupled with toxins found within cigarettes can weaken the muscles around the mouth - this encourages grooves to appear.
HOW ARE THEY TREATED? (click on highlight for further info)
Smoker's lines can be tricky to treat, especially when they are deep, but the these treatments have been proven to be safe and highly effective:
ARE THERE ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
Potential side effects associated include redness, swelling or bruising, but should resolve in less than seven days. It is important to have a full assessment and consultation prior to any treatment to help decide which treatment is most suited to your needs to achieve the very best results.