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Long days at the office could be damaging your beauty

Working long hours behind a computer screen is not only tiring and stressful but can have a damaging affect on your beauty.

Saggy jowls and ‘turkey neck’ are just some of the effects evident on women’s faces that spend a significant amount of time in front of a computer screen, which experts are now referring to as ‘computer face’.

Deep-set wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes are also a result of staring at a monitor for long periods of time which most business women are all too familiar with.

When reading a computer screen, the majority of people squint or frown in order to concentrate and it is these habits that experts say are the cause of lines on the face and sagging of the skin. Furthermore, when women are stressed or thinking hard, these emotions can be expressed in their faces without realising and that can also encourage aging features to appear on the face.

Another cause of these beauty woes is the position at which women sit at their workstations. Looking down at the computer monitor makes the neck muscles short and sag resulting in a second neck.

With the majority of jobs based around computer work at some stage of the day, this is an increasing worry among women that wish to preserve their good looks.

For those looking to create a wrinkle free appearance, The Hospital Group, one of the UK’s leading providers of cosmetic surgeons offers a range of rejuvenating non-surgical treatments such as  BOTOX™, Juvederm Fillers and chemical peels to turn back the clock.

David Ross, Chief Executive of The Hospital Group, said: “We are all guilty of spending too much time in front of a computer but it’s difficult to avoid when everything we do is based around them.

“With The Hospital Group’s expert advice and procedures people can be assured of a safe, dependable solution to their wrinkles.

“Our anti-wrinkle treatments are part and parcel of a vast number of fantastic age preventative treatments available across our clinics throughout the UK.”

 

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