Even though over-the-counter treatments and creams can be effective in preventing fine lines and treating wrinkles, deep wrinkles need a lot more attention. You could spend hundreds of dollars on one particular effective anti-wrinkle cream, but it won’t make a long-term difference on your wrinkles. Rather, you need to seek the help of a professional and get skin intervention. You can always find first-rate wrinkle buster treatments in a dermatologist’s clinic or with a cosmetic surgeon.
Once upon a time facelifts used to be a hidden secret, but nowadays more and more women seem to be getting them and more and more are talking openly about the miracle of facelift surgery. The secret to a great facelift is all in the plastic surgeon. Finding a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon is the most important part of your cosmetic surgery journey. Be sure to ask for recommendations, go in for a one-on-one consultation, research and prepare yourself with thorough knowledge before you undergo any surgical procedure.
Have you ever noticed how your foundation looks when you apply it to dry and scaly skin? It makes you look older and more drawn. You can take years off of your face in less than an hour with a chemical peel. Chemical peels help remove the damaged top layers of your skin while at the same time increasing cell turnover at a deeper level.
Hyaluronic acid fillers like Juvederm and Restylane work by replacing the fat loss as you age. These are best used in the lines that run from your nose to your chin and to puff up the fat loss in the cheeks. Hyaluronic acid injectables restore clean, young looking skin; visit the cosmetic experts at MIRA Clinic anti wrinkle injections and learn how they can help you eliminate the most obvious signs of ageing.
Skin therapists use Botox which targets and ‘freezes’ the muscles that are cause fine lines and wrinkles. The effects last for around three to six months, but results vary. Choose a reputable clinic and experienced and qualified injector because if you are injected with too much Botox, you could be left with a frozen forehead or an over-arched eyelid.
As we age, we produce less collagen which makes our faces seem gaunter and thin looking. At the moment, lasers such as Fraxel are the most popular on the aesthetic market. They can penetrate deep into the skin to correct damaged skin and stimulate collagen production.
Non-ablative lasers address bumps on the skin, scars, age spots and uneven skin tone. Some individuals experience redness after treatment, but this usually dissipates within a few hours.