Facial rejuvenation without surgery

The care of the skin goes back, as practically everything related to aesthetics, to ancient Egypt, when, in addition to makeup, elements extracted from nature were used to moisturize and even regenerate the skin of the face.

A young face is a beautiful face, nowadays it is less pleasing for men and women to age with marked wrinkles and spots on the skin. But this not having wrinkles can be a double-edged sword. That is why we are looking for facial rejuvenation options that do not involve undergoing surgery.

In our days, the field of facial aesthetics advances by leaps and bounds. Every year new techniques and specific treatments arise, especially related to facial rejuvenation that do not involve a surgical intervention

Botox

For years, botox is the king of minimally invasive facial rejuvenation techniques. A simple procedure and visible results practically immediately are the keys to its success. Of course, it is key to choose a specialist. Infiltrations are made directly on the muscles of the face and cause their relaxation. Whoever performs them must be an expert in facial anatomy, someone who knows exactly what muscles to treat.

The effects of botox last about five or six months and it is usually applied in the area between the eyebrows, to relax the frowning expression that causes that typical wrinkle of the center of the forehead, and around the eyes, especially.

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is a substance found naturally in the human body. That is why it is one of the most used facial fillers, because the organism does not interpret it as something strange. On the contrary, hyaluronic acid is resorbable. Therefore, their effects are not permanent, but they dissipate after a period of between 12 and 24 months, depending on the person.

 

The procedure is simple: hyaluronic acid infiltrates wrinkles and lines of expression, which are filled at the time. It is an outpatient treatment and does not require anesthesia. The eye area, the area around the mouth and the nasolabial area are the facial areas most treated with hyaluronic acid.

Laser resurfacing

This treatment is based on the application of a laser that manages to renew the skin, that is, generate a new skin. That is why it is used not only to treat wrinkles, but also acne marks, spots or color inequalities and is especially indicated for faces damaged by the sun.

This laser is applied with different intensity depending on the results to be achieved. The disadvantage of the most aggressive option is that the skin is renewed, literally, and the process of creating a new layer lasts around a week or 10 days. Then, it remains rosy for a period that can range from one to two weeks.

Elimination of spider veins with laser

In the elimination of spider veins with laser, a light is applied that goes through the skin, is absorbed by the blood and causes the veins to reduce and collapse, thereby minimizing its notoriety. Normally, only local anesthesia is required.

Other non-invasive techniques.

Do not forget other techniques that have proven their usefulness to facilitate the absorption and, therefore, improve the effectiveness of active ingredients (hyaluronic acid, retinol, etc.) such as microneedling and fractional radiofrequency applied with roller. Although these techniques are not novel in their application if they are in that now they are also used as a first step of intensive treatments to combat cellulite, localized adiposity, sagging, aging and the appearance of spots.

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