Most of us Beverly Hills think of exercise as the primary activity that helps keep us young and healthy. While that’s definitely true for the most part, there are some aspects of exercise that may actually make you look older. Plastic surgery may be the perfect supplement to an otherwise healthy lifestyle in order to keep you looking young and vital, without giving up your active lifestyle.
Most joggers are so intent on keeping up their stride that they’re not thinking about how their exercise may be negatively impacting their body. One of the primary culprits is sun damage, especially here in sunny California. Too much sunshine can cause your skin to age and wrinkle prematurely, so be sure to be generous with your sunscreen and wear protective clothing whenever possible.
Additionally, exercise often results in weight loss. While maintaining a healthy weight is always a good idea, losing weight may leave you looking gaunt and hollow, two qualities associated with appearing older. Injectables can help restore lost volume, adding more defined contouring back to the face.
Wearing the proper level of support for your breast size is important even when you’re not exercising, to help keep breasts shapely. When women exercise, the breast ligaments can become stretched out, causing the breasts to sag lower. Although a slight change in breast placement is a normal part of aging, high-impact exercise can exacerbate stretched breast ligaments. A breast lift can help restore the breasts to a more youthful position, while breast augmentation increases volume. I see a lot of exercise enthusiasts at my Beverly Hills practice who are turning toward cosmetic procedures to restore their breast contours to a more youthful appearance.