As we age, our body starts showing aging signs. Age affects our bodies and the face. As a result, our skin develops wrinkles and fine lines, and it also becomes loose and saggy. However, it is possible to treat these signs with the latest anti-aging treatments, such as Redermalization. This treatment has proved to be highly beneficial for the skin by improving its regenerative properties.
What is Redermalization?
Redermalization, otherwise known as Xela Rederm, is an advanced skin rejuvenation treatment. This treatment uses two acids for rejuvenating the skin and restoring its youthfulness. These include:
Hyaluronic acid is well-known for its hydrating properties. It prevents the skin from dehydrating – one of the primary causes of aging.
Succinic Acid or Sodium Succinate is responsible for stimulating collagen as well as elastin production. These are the primary elements for rejuvenating the skin. Moreover, it is also responsible for reducing pigmentation as well as skin detoxification. Besides, it also has antioxidant properties and blocks free radicals.
Both acids are crucial for reversing aging signs and rejuvenating the skin. As a result of this treatment, the skin’s collagen production increases, making the skin more robust and tighter.
Aim of the Treatment
The Rederm Treatment generally aims to:
- Stimulate collagen and elastin production
- Treat aging signs
- Reduce pigmentation
- Improve scars
- Enhance skin texture and tone
- Reduce wrinkles and fine lines
- Remove stretch marks
- Reduce dark circles and undereye bags
- Treat skin dehydration
- Counter loss of skin elasticity
Which body parts can be treated?
Redermalization treatment may be more effective than other injectables for certain conditions because it treats the underlying skin problem by being directly injected into the skin. Generally, it is suitable for treating the following body parts:
- Eyes and under eyes
Who is the ideal candidate?
Although it is a non-surgical procedure, it may not be suitable for everyone. Consult with a medical professional to determine if you are a suitable candidate for Redermalization Mesotherapy. However, you are an ideal candidate if you suffer from any of the following skin conditions:
- Wrinkles and Fine Lines
- Dehydrated Skin
- Skin Pigmentation
- Dark Circles
- Undereye Bags
- Stretch Marks
- Acne Scars
- Loss of Skin Elasticity
Redermalization, also known as Xela Rederm, is different from other skin rejuvenation treatments as it works in 3 directions simultaneously. The treatment:
- Regulates biochemical processes in cells
- Restores the water balance
- Blocks free radicals actively
During the treatment, the practitioner administers Redermalization solution into the skin with the help of a needle using a cannula or a microneedling device. As a result, this creates small pimples on the treatment area of the skin.
Generally, the treatment is non-surgical and minimally invasive. However, If you are concerned about discomfort during the treatment, discuss the use of topical anesthesia with your practitioner. Moreover, experts usually recommend a series of 6 treatments to achieve the desired results.
Generally, Rederm Treatment does not require exhaustive aftercare. However, most practitioners guide their patients about following some general guidelines, such as:
- Avoiding excessive sun exposure
- Refraining from sunbeds, saunas, and steam rooms
- Avoiding strenuous exercise
- Taking prescribed medicines
- Keeping the treated area clean
Redermalization has a number of benefits. Some exceptional benefits of Redermalization are as follows:
- It provides candidates with younger-looking skin.
- Candidates can get rid of wrinkles, fine lines, as well as sagging skin.
- It is an amazing skin tightening treatment.
- The treatment improves skin tone and texture.
- It reduces skin pigmentation and improves the overall skin texture.
Schedule a Consultation
At Laser Skin Care Clinic, we have recently introduced Rederm Treatment. It is one of the most appropriate as well as effective anti-aging treatments. Moreover, our expert dermatologists will guide you about this treatment and help you make a well-informed decision. We also offer online consultations to our clients. So, you can schedule an appointment by filling the online form or giving us a call.