Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy, also known as photorejuvenation and light therapy, is an innovative procedure designed to correct skin pigmentation, skin irregularities and reverse the signs of aging. This procedure is readily available at many medical spas and cosmetic surgery centers around the United States, and can treat skin conditions including acne, rosacea and wrinkles.
Laser skin rejuvenation procedures are designed to treat certain types of facial skin disorders, and also eliminate the effects of aging and sun damage. The ProFractional laser device is among the leading laser skin resurfacing treatments available in the United States and offers a number of anti-aging benefits for all skin types. The procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis and is more intensive than the average chemical peel or microdermabrasion procedure.
Hormonal changes, the aging process and even your diet all play a role in the health and appearance of your skin. When collagen and elastin, the fundamental building blocks of strong and healthy skin, begin to break down, the result is fine lines and wrinkles, and sagging skin around the face and neck.
The telltale signs of aging are a direct result of low collagen levels. If you’re noticing fine lines, wrinkles and loose, sagging skin around the face and neck area, you may be a good candidate for radiofrequency treatments that help promote collagen production and strengthen the skin. The Aluma wrinkle treatment system uses radio frequency energy to treat wrinkles and helps to trigger collagen production. Here’s a close look at the anti-aging benefits of Aluma skin treatments, and why you may be a good candidate for the treatment:
Ultrasonic facial machines work by generating high-level sound waves deep into the skin’s surface, encouraging cellular renewal and repair, and increasing blood circulation to the area. The handheld ultrasonic device can also encourage lymphatic drainage to create a smoother, firmer more sculpted appearance. When used in conjunction with topical treatments such as hyaluronic acid, Vitamin E and other hydrating compounds, the device can help deliver nutrients deeper into the skin cells.
Non-ablative laser skin resurfacing treatments are designed to reverse and eliminate the signs of aging, but some lasers are more effective than others. The Polaris WR laser by Syneron is an FDA-approved non-ablative skin rejuvenation procedure, and works by emitting radio frequency waves through a diode laser. The combination of diode laser energy and radio frequency is what makes this laser different from other laser resurfacing procedures available in the United States. Here’s a close look at how the Polaris laser procedure works, and what its key benefits and drawbacks are:
If you’ve been looking for nonsurgical treatment options to get rid of wrinkles, or tighten and tone the skin, you may be a good candidate for sublative skin rejuvenation treatments. Sublative rejuvenation procedures, including the eMatrix Skin treatment and Syneron’s Sublative Rejuvenation™ procedure target the dermal tissue deep under the skin’s surface to stimulate collagen production and strengthen the skin tone.
If you’re experiencing the premature signs of aging – fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, a ruddy complexion, and sagging skin – you may be a good candidate for an anti aging cosmetic procedure that can help diminish the effects of aging and help restore a more youthful look. The eMatrix laser, also known as the Matrix or Matrix RF system is a sublative skin rejuvenation treatment that is currently available at medical spas and cosmetic dermatology centers around the country.
Laser skin resurfacing treatments are a popular choice in skin rejuvenation, helping to reduce acne scars, wrinkles and the effects of sun damage on almost any skin type. The SmartXide DOT Therapy system is one of the latest innovations in laser skin resurfacing, and promises minimal downtime and outstanding results.
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