Facial Symmetry – and why it matters!
It’s not just down to genetics…
When we think about beauty, we often hear about the age-old mantra of symmetry. Symmetry is one of the main scientific factors that contributes to the idea of beauty. It is said that when looking for a mate, we are more attracted to those with symmetrical faces.
Though most will think that facial symmetry is purely genetic, there are a lot of factors that could mean that a more asymmetrical face will develop over time.
What can cause you to develop an asymmetrical face?
Whether your face is symmetrical or asymmetrical, a lot of the time this is genetic. For example, the “Smith nose” that runs in your family or the “Jones Lips” on your mum’s side may contribute to how your face balances out!
Asymmetrical faces aren’t all about your eyes, nose, ears and mouth. Features on your skin, including moles, freckles and other skin marks, can cause asymmetrical faces. Over the years, UV rays damage your skin and can cause hyperpigmentation and freckles, unbalancing your symmetry.
As we age, our skin ages with us and our faces become less symmetrical. As our cartilage continues to grow as we age, our ears and nose also grow and change. This can cause asymmetry as we get older.
What can we do to help?
At North West Aesthetics, we offer treatments that can help restore the balance in your features. With a wide range of dermal fillers, we can harmonise your profile and leave your features symmetrical.
By using fillers, we can balance out the physical elements of your face to create a more symmetrical and even look. This can often make you look and feel more youthful, giving you a smoother, plumper and more natural-looking finish.
We offer the following dermal filler treatments:
- Marionette Lines
- Smoker’s Lines
- Tear Troughs
With a thorough consultation, we can outline the perfect treatment plan tailored to you and your specific needs to ensure the best results possible.
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To book in or enquire, call 01942 909 003.