How DO I Get Wrinkles?

Collagen makes up a key part of your skin’s structure, forming a network of fibres within your skin. In younger skin, collagen remains strong and intact, keeping your skin plump and elastic. As we age, this support structure of collagen weakens and loses the elasticity and volume we see in younger skin.

Additionally, the more we use our facial muscles with expressions like smiling, squinting, frowning or laughing, the more this stresses the collagen in your skin. Over time and with repeated frowning for instance, this will produce a memory in your skin that we see as facial lines or wrinkles.

Book a Free Anti Wrinkle Consultation

It is hard to navigate the anti wrinkle injection specials on the market today.  At The Harley Clinic we have one priority, your anti wrinkle needs and providing the best treatment outcome for you. We would like to offer you a free consultation so one of our experts can evaluate your skin and recommend the best treatment outcome for you and your skin

Frequently Asked Questions

How do anti wrinkle treatments work?

They target one of the underlying causes of frown lines and crow’s feet—the repeated muscle contractions from frowning and squinting over the years. Your Harley Clinic specialist will inject these muscles with industry leading product to temporarily reduce muscle activity. You will begin to notice a visible smoothing of your crow’s feet lines and frown lines between your brows.

How long will it last?

The results of our products last on average 3-4 months, but regular repeat treatments at recommended intervals can increase this duration so don’t forget to book in for your next treatment at The Harley Clinic!

BOOK YOUR FREE CONSULTATION ONLINE

Contact our medical staff today to book your free private consultation. Our expert medical team will help you identify the right treatment for your body needs and guide you through your body transformation journey.

Book you free consultation online or give our friendly team a call on 1300 787 563 to book or ask any questions you might have.