People tend to age with time. To stop the biological clock and retain your youthful and smooth skin, anti-aging therapies were invented. The effectiveness of these treatments is scientifically proven and is designed to reduce the fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Anti-aging treatments can use lasers, botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, and other methods in order to rejuvenate your skin.
If your skin is suffering from acne scars, wrinkles, pigmentation changes, or visible blood vessels, you should take a look at face rejuvenation treatments. Depending on the different skin damages, a variety of treatments can be used. Some examples of skin rejuvenation treatments are laser and intense pulse light treatment (IPL), chemical peels, dermal fillers, mechanical ablation, spider vein treatment, and many others.
Intense pulse light treatment (IPL) is a non-invasive therapy that uses intense pulse frequencies from the visible light spectrum to improve skin conditions as well as treat a variety of:
Light energy is converted into heat, which acts on a certain area. With the help of IPL, you can do the so-called “photorejuvenation”. The skin of the face is smoothed and rejuvenated, the pores are narrowed, and the complexion evened out. Skin aging slows down.
A chemical peel is an acid-based product that dissolves dead cells and helps them quickly disappear from the surface of the skin. Depending on the type, concentration, and time of exposure, the acid can not only exfoliate the top layer but also destroy the middle and deep layers of the epidermis. Peels are divided into superficial, medium, and deep types. And if the first type can be attributed to self-care, then the second and third should be under the supervision of a specialist.
Facial fillers are gel-consistency fillers with a stable structure injected under the skin. They help to remove imperfections and correct aesthetic defects. The fillers keep their shape and do not spread inside while being 100% integrated into the human body. After a while, they dissolve and are excreted naturally. Usually, fillers in cosmetology are injected into the folds in the area of the nasolabial triangle, into the corners of the mouth, and into the lips and cheekbones to give them volume.