Everyone wants to look young forever. It’s difficult to forget the fresh skin and youthful vigour you once had. We wish we could remain same. Unfortunately, aging is inevitable, and as time goes by, lines of wrinkles begins to appear on the face and other parts of the body. People respond to aging differently. Some may accept it as it comes while others will look for solutions to reduce it.
…Due to the technological advancement in medicine, there are several options you could adapt to look younger than your age, without necessarily going for a surgery. Your choice will depend on your skin type, eating habits, budget, time, overall health, and lifestyle. We can help you to pick the perfect option for you.
As a way of introduction, we are going to describe some of the best non-invasive techniques suitable for your aesthetic concerns.
Wrinkles appear on the skin as a result of the facial muscles that repeatedly trigger over time. These wrinkles appear as furrows and lines on the skin and especially on the face. This is where you need Botox.
Products such as Xeomin, Dysport, and Botox to correct facial lines resulting from aging. They are all forms of botulinum toxin, which are painless injections. The toxin from botulinum bacteria is administered in a tiny dose on the facial muscles. It works by relaxing the muscles and reducing the forehead furrows and visible crow’s feet. When Botox is injected onto the muscles of the neck, it can curb the dreadful turkey neck as well. It’s seen as a lunchtime procedures, and results become visible after 3-7days. However, the wrinkles will come up again after the effect of the treatment is gone. So, it’s best to apply Botox treatment once every 3-6months and less often after that.
Juvederm Voluma is a useful hyaluronic filler that you can use to contour the face. It works by reducing the smile lines around the nose and marionette lines around the mouth when injected into the facial muscles. The effect is long-lasting (up to 2 years), but you will need to repeat the procedure to maintain the results.
Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm can be used to treat dark eyes circles and under eye bags. The production of new collagen under the skin is triggered by fillers that smoothed out its lines and folds on the surface. This helps you to restore the youthful vigour you once had. These eye fillers can also be used to plump the lips too. Recently, fat volumes have been injected into the lips to help restore its volumes.
Another method you could adapt to restore your youthful glow is microdermabrasion. It works by exfoliating the dead skin from the uppermost layer of the skin using tiny crystals. It can be used to treat skin damaged by the sun, mild acne scars, age spots and reduce fine lines on the face too. However, to get better results, it’s usually combined with chemical peels.
Glycolic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, phenol and trichloroacetic acid (TCA) are chemical solutions that can be used to peel the upper area of the skin in series. The answer is applied to the skin’s surface for 15mins. As a result, you might experience mild skin irritation. But the skin becomes radiant when the dead cells are peeled off. Chemical peels are effective means of rejuvenating the skin to look younger and better. You can repeat the steps after 9-12months.
Kybella is gotten from a substance produced by our bodies. It’s a non-invasive method of regaining your lost youthful vigour in no time. It focuses on the neck and reduces the stored fat there while it tightens the skin. Treatments with kybella need to be done 2-4 times every 4-6 weeks. Fortunately, the results of this treatment is permanent. Its suitable for anyone who wants to look younger than his age.
An excellent example of a cosmetic laser is Excel V by Cutera. It helps to improve the skin condition. This product works by clearing up skin imperfections from the skin such as spider veins and bruises. It requires a one-time treatment, but severe cases could need several treatments as well. The cosmetic laser is readily available in various forms and used for treating skin problems such as scars,fine lines, varicose veins, laser hair removal and fine lines.
Fewer risks are associated with these new and technologically driven, non-invasive techniques. It’s far better when compared to invasive surgery.
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