Thin or crêpe skin

Unfortunately, thin skin is another problem to contend with when we age. The rate of cell production in the skin slows down, resulting in a thinner epidermis, collagen synthesis is severely restricted, fat and supporting tissue is reabsorbed and the normal healing processes are impaired. The skin becomes more fragile and more prone to wrinkle and crêpe Areas commonly affected include the face, the hands and the décolletage (areas where sun exposure is greatest). In order to improve the situation, various treatments are available and often a combination will work best. First of all, we aim to rejuvenate the skin and stimulate collagen production, then we add back some volume and support to improve the skin health and cosmetic appearance.

Treatments for Thin or Crêpe skin:

  • Dermal Fillers
  • Skin rejuvenation

Cheryl Pullen:Profile

Cheryl Pullen - Director of Calla Aesthetics Ltd and Qualified Nurse since 1990. Cheryl is also an Independent Prescriber specialising in Cosmetic and Aesthetic procedures. Since 2004 she has continously undertaken training and attended many conferences, keeping up to date with the latest procedures.



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Excellent results from the treatments. Cheryl explained and advised in a very professional way. I am very confident in the treatments that she carries out and I will continue to have further treatments as necessary.