Real beauty is ageless, so should yours. With new skin care treatments stay as younger and youthful as humanly possible! … But remember key is Maintenance.
As a result of aging process, your skin loses its texture and elasticity and wrinkles, frown lines and fine lines appear. Apart from wrinkles, scars and blemishes are other issues that are very common in individuals all around the world. Cosmetic surgery is widely liked for its excellent solutions that address all types of skin issues.
Why cosmetic surgery for skin care
Here are some benefits of cosmetic surgery that are significantly noticeable.
Cosmetic surgery for skin care
Botulinum toxin (botox): botox is popular in Hollywood celebrities and in masses alike. It is an effective treatment to remove or at least reduce wrinkles and fine lines. Frown lines that give your face an unintended appearance are also treatable through botox. It is used to relax tiny and uptight facial muscles that cause wrinkles at the sides of the eyes and frown lines.
Only ten to fifteen minutes is the duration of the treatment at a surgeon’s clinic with minimal discomfort and no downtime. You may need to have repeated treatments to maintain the desired results.
Chemical peel: chemical peel wears away the outer layer of skin in a controlled way through a chemical solution that is applied in small areas of skin. It is used to remove age spots, acne scars and wrinkles. As the healing process continues, newsmooth and scar free layer is formed.
In chemical peel the choice of the chemical depends upon the area under treatment and the problem. Usually glycolic acid, salicylic acid, carbonic acid, trichloroaceticacid or lactic acid is used as chemical, sometimes in combinations as well.
The treatment may take as long as 15 minutes, after which you will be able to resume your daily activities. However, you will need to apply a sunscreen on the treated area.
Laser skin resurfacing: Lasers are widely used to treat wrinkles, fine lines, sun damage and to remove extra hair from face as well. They are of two types: ablative lasers and non-ablative layers. Ablative lasers work on the upper layer of skin and wear it away. Non-ablative lasers work in deep skin layers while leaving the top layer intact. They are used to increase collagen production, improve overall skin tone and reduce fine lines.
The procedure takes 15 to 30 minutes and may cause temporary redness. Repeated sessions are required to get the desired results.
Dermabrasion and microdermabrasion: dermabrasion wears away the top layer of skin through a rotating wire brush. It is used to treat acne scars that are in deep skin layers. It abrades skin deeply, causes bleeding and skin takes 10 to 15 days to recover completely.
Microdermabrasion is newer version of dermabrasion and is used to cause a controlled damage to skin. Crystals are sprinkled over the surface of the skin that polish skin and reduce spots, wrinkles and scars while leaving skin smooth and scar free. Usually you do not need a recovery period after microdermabrasion. However, repeated treatments are needed.