Aging skin requires proper treatment including exfoliation as a vital part. Regular peels will help to reduce the following conditions: fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, hyperpigmentation, damaged capillaries, dull complexion and some other blemishes.
Sun-damage aggravates skin aging. Ultraviolet rays not only affect surface layers but also deep skin. This deprives skin of its natural defense and elasticity. Anti-aging treatments and topical products reach only top epidermis layers treating only superficial aging manifestations.
Invasive medications are advised for desolate aging problems and deep sun-damages. You may need to take a combination of healing procedures matching your skin condition to improve your looks, rejuvenate and make your aging skin radiant and wholesome.
If aging signs create a problem for you, chose one from the following treatments. Injectable fillers and botulinum toxin suit for those who do not have enough time for a continious recovery. Radiofrequency is a good substitute for traditional facelift. Other treatments are as follows: dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, chemical peel, microdermabrasion and topical treatments to rejuvenate skin, promoting smooth and revitalized looks.
Dermatologists often use skin peel for removing sun-damaged, improperly pigmented and wrinkled skin. Still, exfoliation does neither inhibit nor prevent aging. Its basic idea is to replace damaged cells with newer ones.
Chemical peel is a good means against wrinkles, discolorations and age spots, dull complexion and minor scarring. Normally, doctor applies tailored to your case chemical peel solution to eliminate affected surface layers. Peel application technique should be well-ordered. Exfoliation excites new cells generation contributing to evener and younger complexion. Choose exfoliation agents according to peel strength and damage severity.
Dermabrasion implies removal of top epidermis layers with a special device. It promotes smoother complexion and is commonly used for scarring improving. Though, many dermatologists perform it to treat extensive sun damages, pigmentation issues, wrinkles etc.
Laser resurfacing works by vaporizing, one by another, damaged skin layers and exposing young wholesome cells. Laser peel employs the latest generation of the carbon dioxide and erbium YAG lasers. Such exfoliation gently and accurately removes upper epidermis layers and has low risk of side-effects.
Microdermabrasion employs small particles that go through a vacuum tube and delicately peel damaged and dry skin away and promote new young cells generation. It suits best for people who have mild or moderate conditions due to its superficial nature. Microdermabrasion usually requires series of procedures to gain at least slight results.