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Skin Rejuvenation

Skin Rejuvenation

How can I have perfectly smooth skin with a natural glow, full features and rested eyes without scalpel and scars? As for the present resources of the aesthetic market, in plenty of ways! Skin rejuvenation treatments are offered in every beauty salon and cosmetic surgery center as a non-invasive, cost-saving alternative for cosmetic surgeries. But how to see the light in the maze of the skin rejuvenation procedures promoted every corner? Which are really worth dipping into your purse for?

Skin rejuvenation techniques vary, but those that lead the ranking are:

  • Laser skin rejuvenation (with ablative and non-ablative effect)
  • Energy sourced techniques (IPL skin rejuvenation, ultrasound, light beams )
  • Chemical peels
  • Mechanical resurfacing (microdermabrasion)
  • Some non-ablative skin resurfacing techniques

What Results Can You Expect from Skin Rejuvenation Treatments?

  • Smooth out wrinkles and frown lines
  • Improve the appearance of protruding and rolling scars
  • Make imperfections of skin pigmentation fade (melasmas, sun patches, age spots)
  • Address visible blood vessels  that blemish the surface of the skin

Choose the Best Skin Rejuvenation Technique for You

Laser Skin Rejuvenation (also called laser peel or laser vaporization)

How it works – Laser skin resurfacing uses highly concentrated laser beams targeted at problematic areas. Laser treatments usually vaporize blemishes and unevenness layer after layer in the dermis and stimulate the deeper skin layer called the epidermis to grow new collagen to repair the “damage” done. The most common types are CO2 and erbium laser resurfacing. Ablative laser skin rejuvenation is a somewhat more drastic method than non-ablative techniques, but the results will speak for themselves.
Discomfort – moderate pain, local anesthetics is used
What it is good for –

  • fine lines and wrinkles
  • dark spots, liver spots
  • warts
  • birth marks
  • scars

Results – red, irritated skin surface can be expected for months; results will show after a few months and can last for 4-5 years.
Number of sessions recommended – Ablative – 1
                                                                    Non-ablative – 4
Risks – swelling, infection, redness, change in pigmentation
Costs: Ablative: $1,500-$3,000 Non-ablative: $800-$2,000
Duration – 30 minutes-2 hours

IPL Skin Rejuvenation (Intense Pulsed Light)

How it works – It uses targeted powerful pulses of light that is proven to stimulate collagen and elastin producing cells in the skin.
Discomfort –
no anesthesia is needed, mild pinning sensations, slight burning that is alleviated with cooling pack
What it is good for –

  • lost elasticity
  • enlarged poles
  • uneven skin color, hyperpigmentation

Results – for 1-3 days redness and swelling can be experienced. Skin will feel firmer and skin color will even progressively as you proceed with the treatment.
Number of sessions recommended – 6
Risks – redness, swelling, irritation
Costs: $2,000-$3000 (6 treatments)
Duration: 30-45 minutes

 

Skin Rejuvenation with Chemical Peels

Skin Rejuvenation with Microdermabrasion