Bunny Lines?

Posted on 15th March 2017

‚ÄčBunny Lines? Cute or Not?


Naturally present when we smile, speak and of course frown!

By using a small amount of cosmetic injectible, Botox in the area, it is proven to  effectively relax the muscle and reduce the bunny line wrinkles formed from "scrunching the nose" and last 3-4 months. This giving clients a smooth, youthful appearance. 

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First and foremost, what are bunny lines? Bunny lines are small, slightly diagonal wrinkles on both sides of the nose, right below the bridge. Naturally present when we smile, speak and of course frown!
As with all expression lines, these wrinkles are typically caused by repeated facial movements in the area, like wrinkling your nose. Certain people are more prone to getting bunny lines based on the way that they make their facial expressions. Some people crinkle up their nose when they laugh. Those people have very strong bunny lines. Other people never crinkle their nose, so they do not get bunny lines.
Not sure if you have them? Try this little test: Scrunch up your nose—see those lines down your nose? Now relax your face. Did those little wrinkles stick around or disappear? If you can see them, those are bunny lines.
How can we fix them? The best way to treat bunny lines is to use just a bit of Botox on each side of the nose can help relax the muscle and reduce the bunny line wrinkles formed from “scrunching the nose” and last 3-4 months.
How do you prevent them before they appear? All wrinkles are a natural part of the aging process. A good anti-aging skincare regimen is always beneficial, and just knowing what you’re up against can make a world of difference. If you’re a nose-crinkler and you know it, you can be conscious of your repeated facial expressions and try to avoid scrunching your nose as much as possible. Additionally, you can receive preventative Botox injections in the area to relax the muscles and limit repeated expressions.
Call to book a consultation 0n 01639 891200/895566 or visit www.wishskinclinic.co.uk

 
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