Best Cosmetic Treatments for Anti-Aging

by Jacob Getty
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Researchers are actively working hard to develop anti-aging therapies that can turn back the clock and reduce the symptoms of ageing under the eyes, wrinkles and sun spots, such as puffiness. There are hundreds of anti-aging therapies on the market these days that promise great results, but they only actually produce them.

You should look for the ingredients of the anti-aging product or drug when you are seeking an anti-aging drug. The skin is the largest organ in our body, which is also very delicate and prone to injury. Thus, the use of harsh chemicals that can lead to skin problems should always be avoided.

A normal aspect of the ageing process is wrinkles. Their skin becomes thinner, drier, and less elastic as people get older, which means it is less capable of protecting itself from injury. This adds to the skin getting wrinkles, creases, and lines.

A person’s skin springs back when he is young. The skin loses its resilience as they grow older, and it becomes harder for the skin to spring up, resulting in permanent grooves. Facial expressions contribute to the creation of fine lines and wrinkles at a young age, such as smiling, frowning, or squinting. As the person gets older, these lines intensify.

The collagen and elastin fibers in the skin deplete throughout the aging process and are also broken off by UV light. The connective tissue that protects the skin is created by these fibers. The skin becomes thinner and less flexible as this layer breaks down. The skin is starting to droop and wrinkles are emerging.

Collagen helps to provide strength to different body components and also protects components such as the skin by preventing absorption, and the skin loses its natural elasticity and firmness with reduced collagen, and there are fine lines, wrinkles and sagging.

There are a few things we can do to help the aging process and preventing wrinkles and sagging. There are many beauty treatments that can help prevent and reduce fine lines, however, deeper lines may require more invasive treatments.

Topical Medications

SERUMS! These should definately be included in your daily routine, morning and night.
The most well known topical treatment is Retinol, or Vitamin A. They seek to minimise the roughness of fine wrinkles and hyperpigmentation on your skin skin. This help to promote healthy collagen renewal making your skin appear smoother with less fine lines.

Some other serums you should be including in your daily routine is Vitiman C, which helps to brighten the skin and reduce fine lines. Hyaluronic is another must as it helps to deeply moisturise your skin making it appear hydrated and plump. It s good idea to consult with your local cosmetic therapist on the best topical treaments for your skin and your concerns.

 

HIFU

A relatively recent cosmetic treatment for skin tightening that some consider a non-invasive and painless alternative for face lifts is high-intensity centred ultrasound (HIFU). Ultrasound energy is used to stimulate collagen production, which results in firmer skin. Some initial effects can be seen in patients, and lifting and tightening can take place over 3 to 4 months, as old collagen is regenerated with new additional collagen. HIFU can also be used anywhere on the body!

 

Skin needling and Derma Pen

Dermapen is a groundbreaking skin needling technique that, by creating thousands of micro-punctures to the skin, stimulates collagen development and new skin cell regeneration. This method smooths the scars away and can also removes the red acne marks. Can also be used on stretchmarks.

 

Factional Laser

Fractional laser is highly efficient and the downtime is small, unlike full surface laser. In tight columns that coagulate tissue, the beams penetrate into the dermis. This stimulates the normal development of healthy tissue and, when the skin is resurfaced, cellular debris is automatically removed.
It can also help with fine wrinkles, light scarring, stretch marks, freckles, certain types of age spots, melasma, blemishes, uneven skin tone, discoloration, loss of elasticity and enlarged pores.

Radiofrequency Skin Tightening

The non-evasive, nearly pain-free procedure encourages the skin to produce collagen and elastin naturally. It not only tightens the skin, it tightens large pores, reduces acne scarring and refines the appearance of fine lines and reduces deeper wrinkles, providing a cleaner , healthier appearance to the skin with little to no downtime.

 

LED Light Therapy

Many women AND men now use LED light therapy to help regenerate the skin from ageing. For acne, it’s also used. Based on the skincare question, your healthcare provider utilises red or blue light wavelengths. Red is used mainly for anti-aging purposes, while blue is used to treat acne. It does not get hot at all, it is merely a red LED bulb, it is very bright however and you should sear eye safety googles (like that used in a sunbed)

 

Dermabrasion

Dermabrasion is a surgical technique involving the managed wearing away of the upper skin layers with a rapidly spinning unit, or abrasion. The aim of dermabrasion is to remove fine wrinkles, moles, tattoos, acne scars, and other scar forms. Scabbing, swelling and skin colour changes can be caused by this treatment. After 2 weeks, these symptoms normally subside, although certain signs can persist for many months.

 

Microdermabrasion

A less invasive technique is microdermabrasion. It requires spraying aluminium oxide microcrystals onto the surface of the skin. To extract the particles when brushing them over the skin, some practitioners use a handheld device with fine diamond crystals and a strong vacuum.
The purpose of this form of therapy is to give the skin a fresher and healthier appearance and to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, swollen pores, coarse skin, and sun damage. The effects are only temporary, and repeated treatments can be required for people.

 

Botox and Fillers

The chemical signals that cause muscles to contract are blocked by botulinum toxin type A, or Botox. It is used by physicians to treat certain medical conditions. Through injecting small amounts of Botox into targeted muscles, a cosmetic professional can use it to reduce wrinkles. The skin flattens, giving a less wrinkled and softer look if the muscles can no longer tighten.
Dermal fillers are gel like substances intended to be inserted under the surface of the skin to add bulk and fullness, also called soft tissue fillers.

Chemical Peels

A light chemical peel enhances the texture and tonality of the skin and decreases the appearance of fine wrinkles. The effects are subtle, but with repeated procedures, they increase. If you have a medium chemical peel, it will noticeably smooth the treated skin.

So matter what your skin concern may be you can bet your pretty face that there is a treatment out there especially for you.  Your beautician will guide you and give you the best advise as they are skilled professionals.

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