Treatment for Crepey Skin on Cheeks?
- Asked by new.bie in México City
- 4 years ago
My problem is that about 6 months ago, I started to develop crepey skin on my cheeks. The thing is that the wrinkles only appear when I laugh, which doesn't make them less annoying for me. These wrinkles are not marionette lines or nasolabial folds or crows feet, just crepe-like skin on my lower cheeks. It bothers me A LOT. I've read a lot of answers here about how dynamic wrinkles can be treated with Botox, but not on the lower face area. What are my options? Will laser or a chemical peel help? Also, FYI I'm 31.
Treatment for fine facial wrinkles
Fine wrinkles on the facial skin can be treated with a variety of lasers. The most effective are ablative lasers like the CO2 or Er:YAG. These ablative lasers can be fractionated for easiest healing. A variety of non-ablative lasers can also be used. It would be best to see a Dermatological Surgeon who has a variety of lasers so that he/she can choose the treatment that is best for you.
Crepey wrinkles on the cheeks
Sculptra injections stimulate your own skin to thicken. You may require 1 to 3 Sculptra treatments about 6 to 8 weeks apart. The results last for about 2 years. Fractional CO2 laser is another option. Use tretinoin cream to help smooth skin and sun protection to prevent additional thinning of your skin.