Tear Trough

A tear trough is a deep crease between the lower eyelid and upper cheek. It can sometimes cast a shadow below your eyes, resulting in a tired appearance. Some people think their tear troughs make them look older.


On sign of facial aging is volume loss beneath the surface of the skin that can impact the appearance of your entire face. Your cheeks are one of the first, and most noticeable, places where volume loss occurs.

Marionette Lines

Are grooves or furrows that run from the corners of the mouth to the jawline, causing noticeable lines and a sad expression. The lines can make you look like you’re scowling, even when you’re not.

Smile Lines

Smile lines called nasolabial folds are creases in your skin extending from both sides of your nose to the corners of your mouth. Smile lines may become deep and permanent giving your face a tired and aged expression.


As you age, your lips may get smaller or thinner. When you smile or laugh, wrinkles sometimes develop on the sides of your mouth. Pursuing your wants and desires for your body can be empowering.

Corners of the Mouth

Are lines called oral commissures and give the mouth a downturned appearance. Downturned mouth corners can be genetic or the result of natural ageing which can make you look tired, angry, or sad.


As we age, we suffer some bone loss. A small chin can weaken your jawline and accentuate your nose in a bad way. A more prominent chin could make you look angry, so there is a delicate balance!


The jaw determines the overall look of a face, providing definition and shape. In some cases, a weak or uneven jawline may make someone feel self-conscious, leading to them wanting to alter how their jaw looks.


The nose plays a vital role in facial proportions and perceived beauty and there may be times when it isn’t symmetrical. Nose bumps and bone irregularities cause a misshapen appearance and unhappy persons with their profiles.