Over the years, earlobes occasionally suffer a noticeable thinning process, either because of the weight of earrings, or because of jerking or aging itself.
At this level collagen is also lost. The lobe lengthens, it becomes flabby and it loses volume; wrinkles appear on the surface and in many cases this can limit the use of earrings.
The use of hyaluronic acid can be an alternative in providing for lost volume, hydration and tone, and replacing a more youthful look.
When it comes to a torn lobe, the solution is primarily surgical; a simple intervention in the hands of qualified professionals, where there is no need for hospitalization, and it is performed under local anaesthesia. It can also be performed in outpatient minor surgery approved for medical centres.