As we get older our collagen decreases and a face zone where the wrinkles become visible is on the upper lip or otherwise smoker’s wrinkles.
Smoking accelerates the aging process of the skin, causing wrinkles. Without enough collagen and elastin to keep it strong, our skin fibers weaken, causing sagging and wrinkles. Repeated shrinkage of the lips during smoking and the heat produced by the burning of cigarettes can also cause the formation of smoky lips. However, these wrinkles also occur in non-smokers and their appearance is related to the way they express themselves and speak.
These wrinkles can be easily corrected by injecting the necessary amount of thin hyaluronic acid into the wrinkles having an immediately visible effect.