1. Botulinum Toxin Therapy
Anti-wrinkle treatment is commonly known as Botox injections. These injections reduce frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) and crow's feet in the corners. This treatment keeps the muscles from contracting in these areas. This cosmetic procedure usually requires no recovery, but you may see results in a few days. The results typically last for four months and need top-ups.
This can treat sun damage, wrinkles, and age spots. A unique needle reaches the inner skin layer using tiny incisions. To replace it, new, smoother and healthier skin develops. After treatment, your new skin may turn pink or red for several days. New collagen and elastin are formed.
4. Chemical Peels
A chemical peel is when you use acid to remove the outermost layers of skin. This eliminates wrinkles and age spots. It also brightens the skin. The peel will take some time for your skin to heal. Your skin may turn red for a few days. It is possible to need multiple treatments depending on which type of peel you have.
5. Laser Skin Treatment
This treatment is done by a doctor who uses a laser to treat minor skin concerns. The laser encourages new skin cell development. The skin becomes smoother and younger-looking after the laser penetrates deep layers of skin. Fractional laser skin resurfacing is a great way to reduce wrinkles and fine lines and acne scars. While your skin won't need to heal for a while after fractional skin resurfacing treatment, it may experience some redness, pain or peeling. It may take several treatments to achieve the results you desire.
6. Dermal Fillers
Fillers are substances that a doctor injects into your skin to reduce wrinkles and lines. Fillers are hyaluronic gel. Fillers can also be used on your hands, lips, and face. Most fillers don't require any downtime, and the results will be visible immediately. The type of filler you choose can last for up to three years.
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