CREPEY SKIN

Crepey Skin

Crepey skin gets its name from crepe paper. The skin becomes wrinkled and, in some cases, becomes loose and saggy. Crepey skin can be mistaken for wrinkles; however, they usually cover a much larger patch of skin. It commonly occurs under the eyes and on the underside of your arms, as the skin here becomes thin and extremely fragile. But it can also occur on your chest (décolletage) and inner thighs too.

As we age, our skin may gradually become looser and less firm. However, when the skin starts to feel thin, like paper or crepe, the leading cause is not just age. Unlike wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, which are caused by repeated muscle movements, crepey skin is often a result of sun damage.

Over time, exposure to the sun breaks down elastin, the fibres in our skin that allow it to stretch and return to its normal state. While these fibres can heal, they eventually lose their ability to repair themselves after repeated sun exposure. Like an elastic waistband that becomes looser with wear. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of effective treatments to improve the appearance and texture of crepey skin, tailored to your specific needs and the area of skin to be treated.

During a skin consultation, we will focus on the results you desire in both the short and long term, whether resolving issues or looking your best for a special event. You will receive personalized skincare recommendations, including products, homecare routines, or specific treatments.
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we can offer a specialist skin consultation. Where our experienced skin clinician will assess your skin and recommend a skincare regime to optimise your skin’s health and appearance.

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Crepey skin gets its name from crepe paper. The skin becomes wrinkled and, in some cases, becomes loose and saggy. Crepey skin can be mistaken for wrinkles; however, they usually cover a much larger patch of skin. It commonly occurs under the eyes and on the underside of your arms, as the skin here becomes thin and extremely fragile. But it can also occur on your chest (décolletage) and inner thighs too.
As we age, our skin may gradually become looser and less firm. However, when the skin starts to feel thin, like paper or crepe, the leading cause is not just age. Unlike wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, which are caused by repeated muscle movements, crepey skin is often a result of sun damage.

Over time, exposure to the sun breaks down elastin, the fibres in our skin that allow it to stretch and return to its normal state. While these fibres can heal, they eventually lose their ability to repair themselves after repeated sun exposure. Like an elastic waistband that becomes looser with wear. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of effective treatments to improve the appearance and texture of crepey skin, tailored to your specific needs and the area of skin to be treated.

During a skin consultation, we will focus on the results you desire in both the short and long term, whether resolving issues or looking your best for a special event. You will receive personalized skincare recommendations, including products, homecare routines, or specific treatments.
At Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Building, we can offer a specialist skin consultation. Where our experienced skin clinician will assess your skin and recommend a skincare regime to optimise your skin’s health and appearance.
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