Dr Sian Aesthetics | Anti Ageing Aesthetic Treatments | Manchester

Secrets for Men Who Want to Look Younger

“I trust in nature for the stable laws of beauty and utility. Spring shall plant and autumn garner to the end of time.” – Robert Browning

Men: you have long been ignored by the aesthetics industry. But now, your need to look your best at all stages of your life is finally being acknowledged by professionals. A wide variety of products and therapies are currently available, and more come on the market each day. Dr Sian Aesthetics has put together a list of suggestions to help you look younger and feel healthier.

  • Use sunscreen; take care of your skin
    Even in big cities, we spend a lot more time in the sun than we realise. Overexposure to the sun can cause premature skin ageing and put you at risk of skin cancer. Consistent use of sunscreens with high SPF can help you protect your skin and keep it looking young. The use of a moisturiser will also keep skin hydrated and fresh.

  • Have a well-balanced diet
    The healthier your diet, the healthier your body, mind and skin. Do not neglect your intake of valuable nutrients and don’t forget about hydration either. Drinking four big glasses of water every day is the minimum requirement for your digestion to function properly and your skin to look healthy.

  • Make sure you sleep well
    As a general rule, seven to nine hours of sleep each night is ideal for adults until the age of 65. After that, it’s seven to eight hours. Sleep repairs some of the damage caused by environmental factors and helps you recuperate from the day’s stressful events. Don’t hesitate to make the lifestyle changes needed to catch some Zs.

  • Consider Dermal Fillers and Wrinkle Reducing treatments
    Injectable treatments can rejuvenate your facial features. Such treatments offer subtle results with minimal recovery time. Wrinkle reducing treatments smooth the skin and help reduce the appearance of crow’s feet and frown lines. Fillers restore volume around the cheekbones and resculpt the jawline. Dr Sian Robinson is always available to explain the process and answer any questions you might have about these treatments.
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