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Jowls, characterized by sagging or drooping in the lower cheeks and jawline, are a common age-related issue. Several factors, including loss of skin elasticity, facial fat reduction, muscle weakness, bone changes, genetics, sun exposure, smoking, and lifestyle choices, contribute to their development as we age.


Find out more below to discover which treatments can help reduce the appearance of jowls.

Botulinum Toxin
Type A

Botulinum toxin type A works by relaxing these specific facial muscles and effectively reduces muscle movement in the treated areas. This reduction in muscle activity is instrumental in addressing sagging jowls, as the constant pull and contraction of these muscles contribute to the formation and prominence of jowls. With muscle relaxation, the skin around the jawline tightens, creating a smoother and more contoured appearance. The effects typically last several months before a repeat treatment is needed to maintain the results (link tricky cos likely a platysma treatment that may or may not include DAO and mentalis)

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Dermal fillers

Dermal fillers are commonly utilized in addressing sagging jowls by strategically injected along the jawline and lower face. The hyaluronic acid in the fillers attracts and retains water, adding volume to the area and effectively lifting the skin. This helps to diminish the appearance of sagging and redefine the contours of the jawline, imparting a more youthful and firmer look. The treatment is relatively quick and minimally invasive. It provides immediate results, and the effect last several months to a year. 

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