FLAT­TER­ING FA­THERS’ FACES

Style Magazine - - Experts -

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

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