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Best Non-Invasive Treatments To Look Younger
The pursuit of younger-looking skin should neither be painful, invasive nor should it have long recovery times. Surgical treatments are no longer the norm for skin rejuvenation, with more and more non-invasive treatments being developed and preferred by people due to their lack of downtime and lower costs. Here are the three best non-invasive treatments that you can get today:
- Microneedling – Microneedling is a non-surgical treatment option for those who want tackle multiple skin issues at the same time. This FDA-cleared and scientifically-proven treatment creates micro-perforations in the skin, triggering its natural repair mechanism. This accelerated repair boosts cell regeneration, and boosts the production of collagen. The result then is diminished hyperpigmentation, tighter skin, smaller pores and the lesser appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. As far as results go, you will notice the difference almost immediately after multiple treatments and your skin will continue to improve for up to six months.
- Cosmetic Injectables – Injectables like Botox are a great way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines in different areas of the face. Botox injections relax the facial muscles that otherwise tense up when speaking, or smiling. Fillers on the other hand are the best way to temporarily add volume to areas of the face. Volume, in the form of collagen, is naturally lost as we age, leading to the sagging skin and makes the face look sunken. Hyaluronic acid fillers, like Radiesse and Restylane, are a good way to restore the lost volume while providing long-lasting and natural-looking results. The best part is that there’s no downtime at all, which makes this the perfect lunchtime appointment.
- Platelet-Rich Plasma – This revolutionary facial treatment uses your own blood’s growth factors to stimulate your skin’s anti-aging mechanism. Blood is drawn from your own body, and the protein-rich platelets are separated in a centrifuge to create the PRP sample. The sample is then either used as a serum in tandem with microneedling or microdermabrasion, making sure that it’s absorbed by your skin’s deeper layers. Just like with other skincare treatments, multiple sessions might be needed to achieve optimal results.