The skin is made up of layers that support specialized fibres called elastin and collagen. These proteins keep the skin healthy and vibrant by retaining moisture. As collagen and elastin begin to dissipate over time, the skin starts to look dry, thin, and creased. With less collagen and elastin, the skin is not able to hold appropriate elasticity and appears older and less healthy.
Earlobe rejuvenation (or earlobe facelift) helps with this very problem by countering elongation of the lobe (where the earring sits), mending the damaged skin of the earlobe and improving texture. In most cases, Dr. Sharma opts to use injectable fillers on earlobe rejuvenation patients. Recently, however, he has moved toward the next generation of topical freeform unlinked hyaluronic acid dermal boosters – which allow for fantastic improvements in skin quality. These dermal boosters have allowed a ‘frog-leap’ in anti-ageing medicine, taking London, Paris, and Milan by storm. Hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers can be injected into the earlobe to smooth the skin, plump tissue, and lift the lobes for a youthful appearance.
Earlobe rejuvenation treatment also helps to make an elongated earring hole smaller and repair piercings that are excessively large. Some medical level chemical peels are also useful for earlobe rejuvenation, but they are not as popular as fillers.
Every method of earlobe rejuvenation leads to similar results: chubbier, rounder, smaller, younger looking earlobes. The ultimate effect is a healthier, more youthful appearance that patients no longer feel embarrassed about. To discover the best treatment for your earlobes, we invite you to arrange a consultation with Dr. Sharma.