Temple Volume Loss
Various parts of the face and body are prone to losing volume over time, with many of us doing what we can to preserve our brows, cheeks and lips – however, an area that is often overlooked is the temples. The temples also help support the brow area of the face.
Temple hollowing is a part of the natural ageing process and is often caused by a change in skeletal structure, fat volume and muscle mass along with the natural thinning of the skin due to collagen loss and elastin. Often, weight loss and/or heavy exercise can intensify this effect. The temples provide the face with a defined and chiselled look, and those who suffer from sunken temples often find that their face appears thin and gaunt.