Skin-Rejuvenation

As we age, our skin starts to lose its natural fresh, smooth and supple texture. This decline happens due to internal body changes, most of which occur due to hormonal shifts. And, the external culprits include extreme weather, excessive sun exposure, humidity, and dryness.

All these factors take a toll on your skin, making it look wrinkled and tired. But the good news is cosmetic surgery combined with aesthetic medicine offers a viable solution for your tired-looking skin. This article describes the three most commonly used skin rejuvenation procedures below.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peeling is a non-invasive skincare procedure that peels off the topmost damaged skin layer. As a result, fresh, rejuvenated skin underneath comes on top. This procedure involves applying a chemical solution to the face and neck. The dermatologist then allows this solution to sit on the skin for a pre-determined time before neutralizing it.

Strengths of chemical peels vary from superficial peels to medium to deep peels. Each of these chemical peels uses a different acidic solution to achieve intended results. For instance:

  • Glycolic acid is the primary peeling agent of superficial peels.
  • Medium peels contain Trichloroacetic acid (TCA).
  • And deep peels generally consist of phenol.

Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is another non-invasive technique used for skin rejuvenation. This procedure involves injecting multi-vitamin-rich cocktails and natural plant extracts into the skin’s middle layer. As a result, the skin gets rid of its dull tone, rough texture, wrinkled appearance, and fine lines.

Besides helping combat aging signs, mesotherapy also brightens your complexion and makes the skin radiant, firm, and glowing. It does so by removing pigmentation marks, acne scars, freckles, and blemishes.

Initially, you will have to undergo 4-5 mesotherapy sessions over six months. After that, your dermatologist will ask you to visit the clinic twice a year for touch-up treatments to maintain the results.

Photorejuvenation or Intense Pulsed Light Therapy

Photorejuvenation is probably the most effective and most demanded skin rejuvenation treatment nowadays. It is primarily used to treat damage caused to skin by excessive direct sun exposure. This exposure generally leads to skin discoloration, melasma, age spots, and early aging. Photorejuvenation also helps treat numerous skin conditions such as acne scars, expression lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin.

Photorejuvenation or intense pulsed light therapy involves directing a pulsed light beam onto the treatment area. The heating effect of this light beam accelerates natural collagen production, making the skin taut. As a result, the skin starts to look and feel smooth, soft, and supple.

Bottom Line

A dull and aged skin appearance is certainly not something to rejoice in, mainly when these changes occur prematurely. The good news is the treatments mentioned above are of great help to promote overall skin rejuvenation.

Having that said, what treatment to choose depends entirely on your specific requirements. The best way to find it out is to consult a skilled dermatologist who will perform necessary checks to determine the treatment you need.

In the end, Laser Skin Care Clinic is your top resource where you will get to meet skilled practitioners. Our dermatologists combine skills and equipment to help you achieve your dream appearance.