With wrinkles, fine lines, brown spots and a sallow blotchy skin creeping in, anybody can tell you are almost hitting the dreaded aging phase. Skin aging is a natural process that presents itself relatively early in life, sometimes as early as the late 20s. But, thanks to various anti-aging non-surgical treatments, women can now hop back in time. A few years ago, the most popular anti-aging remedies were plastic surgery procedures like brow lifts and facelifts. However, the trend has drastically changed over time with the development of non-invasive anti-aging treatments. Often referred to as minimally invasive methods, the skin treatments improve skin texture, rid of lines and maintain a youthful look.
Various cosmetologists and dermatologists now perform cutting-edge anti- ageing treatments in India, which can show longer lasting results within a few sessions only. Some of the anti- ageing treatments available in India are:-
BOTOX is a toxin produced by a strain of bacteria, Clostridium botulinum. In case you’re wondering, this is the same bacteria that can cause botulism, which is a type of food poisoning. Botox is used for the treatment of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows. Today, it is used to treat other areas of the face, including the forehead and the crow’s feet at the corners of the eye.
Most commonly used to treat those with sun-damaged or unevenly pigmented skin, chemical peels have become one of the most popular non-invasive cosmetic plastic surgery procedures. Chemical peels are one form of anti-aging treatment. Although chemical peels are not able to prevent or slow down the aging process they are certainly able to improve facial blemishes, acne, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation.
One non-surgical method that has become extremely popular is the use of dermal fillers. Dermal fillers such as hyaluronic acid should not be confused with Botox. Botox may be used for anti-aging skin care but works through a completely different process. Plastic surgeons refer to the use of dermal fillers as soft tissue augmentation. Soft tissue augmentation is a cosmetic plastic surgery procedure performed to correct eye wrinkles, other facial wrinkles, and depressions in the skin and/or scarring.
As you get older, a number of factors contribute to the aging of your face. Stress, sun and wind exposure, and even gravity conspire to leave you older-looking. A facelift can help address some of the effects of aging. During a facelift, your plastic surgeon removes excess fatty deposits, tightens the muscles that support your face, removes excess skin and rewraps the skin of your face. Quite often, the facelift surgery is performed along with other facial surgeries such as blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) or a browlift (forehead lift surgery).
LASER PEEL & SKIN REJUVENATION
Laser skin resurfacing is one of the fastest growing and most effective skin rejuvenation procedures performed by plastic surgeons. Laser skin resurfacing can be used to treat a wide variety of skin conditions that result from or relate to the effects of aging. Acne Scars, Age Spots, Brown Spots, Fine Lines, Large Pore Size, Stretch Marks, Sun Spots, and Wrinkles can be treated with laser skin rejuvenation.
Like dermabrasion, microdermabrasion involves removing some of the upper skin layers. Microdermabrasion, however, doesn’t go as deep. Microdermabrasion is ideally suited for a person who has aged skin or skin that has been damaged by overexposure to the sun. Microdermabrasion treatments polish and soften the skin, reducing fine lines on the face.
While the best non-surgical anti-aging face treatments are affordable and effective compared to plastic surgery treatments, patients ought to be cautious when picking their health providers.