Are you ready to hit the beach or jet off on that spring break vacation? There’s still time to undergo a cosmetic treatment that will get you in beach-ready shape, and you don’t even need to have surgery to achieve the results you want. If you are self-conscious about a little extra skin around your stomach or want to improve the overall look and tone of your skin, you could be a good candidate for a skin tightening procedure. Three skin tightening procedures are particularly effective for shaping and sculpting the body, and could be just what you need to get in great shape this season!
Many significant innovations for rejuvenating skin has been the outcome of more and more people seeking out non-invasive procedures. One of the latest techniques involves PRP or platelet-rich-plasma as soft tissue filler. The science behind this started from wound repair studies indicating PRP is rich in growth factors that activate and rejuvenates cells in the body. As these PRP growth factors are released, they induce the production of collagen, generate new capillary blood supply and increase retention of moisture, all adding to skin rejuvenation by helping skin to regenerate itself.
The ReFirme skin tissue tightening treatment is one of the most innovative anti-aging and skin rejuvenation procedures available in the United States. If your skin is becoming loose and is sagging, or you’re noticing wrinkles and lines appearing, you could be a good candidate for the ReFirme skin tightening procedure. ReFirme is designed with the patented elos™ technology to deliver light energy deep into the dermis. It’s a completely painless treatment and there is no downtime involved – many patients book their appointment over a lunch hour or weekend, and can get back to their regular activities immediately afterwards.
Having that sun-kissed look year round can take years off your appearance, and can even make you look more vibrant, healthier, and slimmer. Unfortunately, spending hours in the sun does put you at risk for skin cancer, and even the most powerful sunblock and sunscreen may not block all of those harmful UV rays.
Whether you’re booking up BOTOX appointments or heading off for a microdermabrasion treatment, your age plays an important role in the results of your procedure. That’s what experts at the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) conference explained during a discussion about cosmetic surgery for aging skin in 2007, shedding some light on how each decade in life correlates to dramatically different results in most patients.
While you can adjust to most of the changes during pregnancy – the fluctuating hormones, the weight increase, and increased breast size – adapting to the physical ramifications after pregnancy can be a challenge.
With thousands of skincare products and treatments available, it’s easy to believe quality skin care comes in a bottle. Today’s buzzwords of ‘antioxidants’ and 'all natural mineral' treatments sound like perfect solutions for dozens of skin problems, but they may be nothing more than marketing hype.
Researchers and scientists have yet to find a way to stop the aging process, but taking good care of your skin can keep you looking younger, longer. Keeping up with a healthy skin management routine can reduce your risk of developing fine lines and wrinkles, age spots or hollowed cheeks, helping you look decades younger and enjoy a radiant, vibrant appearance all year long.
Are you considering BOTOX or other dermal fillers to get rid of wrinkles and achieve those youthful looks? You may not have to settle for injectables just yet; Glamotox offers an alternative solution to dermal fillers and wrinkle removal treatments, an over the counter product designed to imitate the effects of BOTOX without any needles at all. It’s one of the latest beauty treatments made with hyaluronic acid, and the company behind Glamotox claims it can freeze the muscles and provide instant wrinkle relief.
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