Posted October 12, 2017 in Blog
As if looking old isn’t taxing enough, a new study from Penn State University found that people have difficulty reading the emotions of individuals who have wrinkly faces. On average, pictures depicting older adults were rated as more angry or sad compared to the photos of younger people, despite the fact that every face photographed showed neutral emotions. Fortunately, there are many treatments that can help improve wrinkles of the face and neck. While facelifts and neck lifts may target hanging skin, Botox injections can treat wrinkles before they begin to form, and facial fillers such as Juvederm, Radiesse, and Restylane can add volume and fill in deep creases around the eyes, mouth and forehead.