Enhance Me

Book a consultation with our Nurse Gina for facial symmetry and balance

Our ‘Enhance Me’ treatments are meticulously curated to revitalise and renew your appearance through the use of advanced cosmetic treatments. By customising each procedure to suit your unique features, we aim to subtly enhance and refine, resulting in a more youthful and harmonious look. These treatments focus on delicately sculpting contours, softening lines, and highlighting facial attributes to create a refreshed and revitalised complexion.

At Fusion Aesthetics, we prioritise a holistic approach to cosmetic treatments with our signature total face method. Our comprehensive consultations allow us to thoroughly evaluate your needs and address any concerns you may have. We take the time to discuss potential risks, outcomes, and tailor a personalised treatment plan that aligns with your aesthetic goals.

 

Kindly note that all treatments and packages require full payment at the time of your appointment. We also offer flexible payment plans to accommodate your needs and ensure a seamless experience throughout your beauty journey.

Experience the transformative power of our ‘Enhance Me’ treatments and embark on a journey to rediscover your natural beauty with confidence. Contact us to schedule your consultation and discover the possibilities of subtle, yet impactful enhancements that rejuvenate your appearance.

Fine Lines & Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are common signs of ageing that gradually appear on our skin as we grow older. As the skin naturally ages, it undergoes various changes that can impact its texture, elasticity, and overall appearance.

Loss of Collagen and Elasticity:

Collagen and elastin are proteins responsible for maintaining the skin’s firmness and elasticity. As we age, the production of these proteins slows down, causing the skin to become less supple and more prone to developing lines and creases.

Reduced Hydration:

Ageing skin tends to lose moisture and natural oils, leading to dryness and a lack of plumpness. This can accentuate the appearance of fine lines and make wrinkles more noticeable.

Repeated Facial Movements:

Facial expressions, such as smiling or frowning, cause the skin to fold and crease. Over time, these repetitive movements can contribute to the development of fine lines, particularly around the eyes, mouth, and forehead.

Exposure to the Sun:

UV rays from the sun can damage the skin’s collagen and elastin fibres, accelerating the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. Prolonged sun exposure without proper protection can speed up the ageing process.

While fine lines and wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process,we have a range of treatment options available to address and minimise their appearance.

Having a facial consultation at Fusion Aesthetics
Dermal Fillers - Fusion Aesthetics

Volume Loss

Volume loss is a common phenomenon that occurs as a natural part of the ageing process. It refers to the gradual depletion of fat, muscle, and bone density in the face, leading to changes in facial contours and overall appearance.

Reduced Collagen and Elastin:

The decline in collagen and elastin production with age can lead to a loss of firmness and plumpness in the skin, contributing to a less voluminous appearance.

Decreased Fat and Muscle Mass:

As we age, the fat pads beneath the skin diminish, resulting in a loss of facial fullness and padding. Additionally, changes in muscle tone and mass can contribute to a loss of facial volume.

Bone Density Changes:

The natural ageing process can lead to changes in bone density, particularly in the facial bones. This can affect the underlying structure and support of the skin, altering facial contours.

Facial Hollowing:

Volume loss can lead to the appearance of hollowed areas, particularly in the cheeks, temples, and under the eyes, resulting in a sunken or gaunt look.

Loss of Definition:

Changes in facial volume can cause a loss of definition in features such as the jawline, cheeks, and chin, resulting in a less sculpted and youthful look.

Understanding the impact of facial volume loss and exploring available treatment options can empower individuals to make informed decisions about addressing age-related changes in facial aesthetics. By leveraging effective treatments and techniques, individuals can achieve a rejuvenated, more youthful appearance and enhance their overall sense of well-being.

Lacklustre Skin

Lacklustre skin is a term used to describe skin that appears dull, tired, and lacking in radiance or vitality. As we age, various factors contribute to the development of lacklustre skin.

See us in clinic for your complimentary consultation, where we can discuss any skin concerns you may be experiencing.

Cellular Turnover:

As we age, the rate of skin cell turnover slows down, leading to a buildup of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. This can contribute to a dull complexion and uneven texture.

Loss of Hydration:

Aging skin tends to lose moisture and natural oils, resulting in dryness and flakiness. Dehydrated skin can appear lacklustre and less vibrant.

Sun Damage:

Prolonged exposure to the sun’s harmful UV rays can damage the skin’s collagen and elastin fibres, causing pigmentation issues and uneven skin tone. Sun damaged skin often appears dull and aged.

Decreased Collagen Production:

With age, the production of collagen – a vital protein responsible for skin firmness and elasticity – decreases. Loss of collagen can lead to sagging, fine lines, and an overall lack of skin firmness.

Wrinkles and Fine Lines:

Lack of hydration and collagen can accentuate the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the skin, making them more prominent and visible.

At Fusion Aesthetics, we offer consultations for the improvement of lacklustre and dull skin to help restore your radiance.

Gina from Fusion Aesthetics is here to help you bring your skin back to life!

Facial Balance and Harmony

Facial balance and harmony refer to the proportion, symmetry, and overall aesthetic cohesion of the various features of the face. When the facial features are in balance and harmony, they work together to create an attractive and pleasing appearance.

See us in clinic for your complimentary consultation, where we can discuss any skin concerns you may be experiencing.

Proportion and Symmetry:

Balanced facial features are characterised by proportion and symmetry, meaning that each feature, such as the eyes, nose, lips, and chin, is in harmonious relation to the others. A balanced face typically exhibits symmetry, where the right and left sides mirror each other in size, shape, and contours.

Facial Structure:

The underlying skeletal structure and the distribution of fat and muscle play a significant role in creating facial balance. A well-defined jawline, cheekbones, and a harmonious distribution of facial volume contribute to overall balance and aesthetics.

A balanced and harmonious face is generally perceived as more attractive, as it conforms to certain aesthetic norms and ideals of beauty.

A Youthful Appearance:

Facial balance and harmony are associated with a youthful appearance, as the features work together to create a sense of vitality and proportion commonly associated with youthfulness.

A balanced and harmonious face can convey a sense of health and well-being, influencing how others perceive your overall physical and emotional state.

Book a consult with Gina at Fusion Aesthetics
Having a facial consultation at Fusion Aesthetics

Dark Circles

Dark circles are a common issue, affecting us particularly as we age. These dark discolourations or shadows that appear under the eyes can have various causes and can impact a person’s overall appearance and self-confidence. 

By addressing the causes of dark circles and utilising appropriate treatments, we can minimise their appearance, achieve a more youthful and rejuvenated under-eye area.

Thin Skin and Ageing:

The skin under the eyes is naturally thinner and delicate, making it more prone to discolouration. As we age, the thinning of skin and loss of collagen can make blood vessels and underlying structures more visible, resulting in the appearance of dark circles.

Genetics:

Certain individuals may have a genetic predisposition to develop dark circles. Inherited traits, such as skin pigmentation and under-eye structure, can contribute to the appearance of darker skin in this area.

Fatigue and Lack of Sleep:

Sleep deprivation, fatigue, and irregular sleeping patterns can cause blood vessels under the eyes to dilate, resulting in a darker appearance.

Volume Loss and Hollowing:

As we age, there can be a loss of fat and volume under the eyes, creating hollow areas that cast shadows and contribute to the appearance of dark circles.

Aged Appearance:

The presence of dark circles can give the impression of tiredness, ageing, and lack of vitality, contributing to an overall aged appearance.

Reduce stubborn facial fat.

Unwanted Submental Fat

Unwanted submental fat, commonly known as a “double chin,” refers to the accumulation of excess fat under the chin and along the jawline.

Genetics:

Genetic predisposition can play a significant role in the development of submental fat, with some individuals being more prone to accumulating fat in this area.

Ageing:

As individuals age, there can be a natural redistribution of fat and a loss of skin elasticity, leading to the formation of a double chin.

Posture and Muscle Weakness:

Poor posture and weakening of the neck and chin muscles can exacerbate the appearance of a double chin by promoting skin laxity and contributing to a less defined jawline

For personalised treatment recommendations and to explore the most suitable options for addressing unwanted submental fat, please book a consultation to discuss your options. 

Fusion Aesthetics Logo

Location:

139 Spencer Street,
South Bunbury WA 6230