If you’ve been noticing fine lines, sunspots, wrinkles and deep creases around your mouth, the changes in your face might have thrown you in a state of despair. It’s hard to admit that you are getting older. And it’s even harder to figure out how you can get your skin back to the way it once was. Over-the-counter creams and serums can be extremely expensive, if you want to purchase ones that will give you even minimal results. If you want longlasting results that are going to fight the signs of aging, you will need to consider alternative cosmetic surgery options that go much further.
Dermal fillers are usually needed when the lines are so concentrated that they can only be smoothed out with an injectable underneath the skin’s surface. (If you think that option needs to be considered, the best medical clinic for Juvederm is one that is reputable, experienced and able to take on personal consultations.) A more intensive process than Botox injections, these can also plump your lips, contour your face, soften the creases and wrinkles in your skin and flatten scars to have a more flattering appearance in your face.
Img Source: beyouthful.net
Another option is a chemical or glycolic peel. Trained technicians will put a solution (which often includes lactic, salicylic, glycolic or trichloroacetic acid) on your face for a period of up to 15 minutes, which acts as an exfoliator, smoothing down the outer layers of your skin. After a few day’s time, your skin will peel and reveal a newer, younger and smoother layer of your skin which will be blemish and potentially even wrinkle free. This process, which can be repeated over the weeks, can lessen the look of sunspots, acne scars and fine lines around your mouth and eyes. While some stinging can occur, may women find it a convenient way to see significant changes on their face. A variation on the chemical peel is microdermabrasion, which sands away the top layer of your skin. Known as the “power peel,” your skin will be blasted with fine crystals that exfoliate your face. There is not usually a recovery time needed for this procedure.
Lastly, you can always consider Fraxel laser surgery. Tiny lasers penetrate the surface of your skin, this time without damaging or eradicating the outer layer of your skin. The surgery stimulates the production of collagen in your skin, reducing fine lines and promoting firmness in your cell structure. Also because it does not directly damage the outside layer of your skin, there is no needed recovery time for the procedure. If you want to promote a more even tone and texture in your skin, and can’t afford to book time off from work for a more dramatic surgical option, this could be the best alternative for you. Clients notice their skin’s tissue becoming more even and clear with frequent sessions.
In conclusion, there are a bevy of non-surgical alternatives available to you if you are beginning to notice the signs of aging. Consider Juvederm, chemical peels and Fraxel lazer surgery if you want to experience dramatic changes in your skin and don’t want to deal with a painful, extensive recovery time. Talk to an experienced qualified clinic who administers one or all three of these techniques and decide which procedure fits your lifestyle.