FLATTERING FATHERS’ FACES
Men wear their resumes on their faces, however they do not often show the signs of aging as early as women.
According to dermatologist Nicholas Perricone, men’s skin is 20 to 30 per cent thicker than women’s with the added advantages of hair growth and more active oil glands.
Male skin has a reduced anti-oxidant capacity and is more prone to sun-damage.
Therefore, diligent use of sunscreen is important to keep your man looking younger.
Due to their larger muscles of expression, men develop more severe wrinkles in the forehead, frown and periorbital areas.
They therefore need larger doses of muscle relaxant.
A good cosmetic doctor/nurse will use treatments that will emphasise their male patients’ masculine features by restoring the jawline and lifting the sunken cheek without overcorrecting and feminising it.
Call 4639 1250 or come and see The Bradford Clinic at suite 2, Clifford Place, 25 Isabel St, to discuss your treatments.
The Bradford Clinic JULIE BRADFORD