Turn The Clock Back With These Anti-Ageing Treatmentsby Sumit A. Hair Specialist Even though aging is a natural procedure and is bound to affect every single individual, there is no reason why you can’t delay the process for a while. With the advances of modern medicine, there are now actually several methods by which you can actually turn back the clock of aging and continue to look younger for a much longer time. however, before jumping on the first procedure you hear about, you need to do your fair share of research and make sure that you choose a procedure that is right for you and will give you the best and of course, the most natural looking results.
Here are some of the most popular treatments used for anti-ageing:
Each day, new methods are being introduced and many of them are offering really promising results. For instance, a new study which utilises a substance known as NMN has helped reverse the effects of aging, by directly repairing the damage that is caused by DNA. New collagen injectables are appearing on the market regularly and most of them are working well.
- Injectables – There are several varieties of injections, which can be used to make the skin look plumper, firmer and in the process, younger. For starters, there are dermal fillers, which can be injected into deep folds, such as the laugh lines, to give them a fuller look. These can also be used to create plumper lips and give the under eye area a lift. Collagen and hyaluronic acid are the most popular dermal fillers, but there are several others being introduced on a regular basis. Synthetic fillers are known to last a lot longer, but there is the risk of lumps forming under the skin, which will then need surgical removal. One of the best and perhaps one of the safest filler is the fat that is extracted from your own body. However, this is a slightly expensive process and because it is fat, it could dissolve within a few years. One of the most popular injectable happens to be Botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox. This is one of the better options when you want results that will last a reasonably long time, while offering you respite from wrinkles and fine lines. You could even consider something called a liquid facelift – a combination of dermal fillers and muscle relaxers.
- Skin treatments – For most people, treatments for age reversal mean skin treatments, such as chemical peels or facials. As a matter of fact, these remain the most popular methods of skin care and several people prefer these over injections or surgeries. When you get a treatment like a chemical peel, the top layer of the skin gets exfoliated, revealing the younger and firmer skin that was hidden under the dead skin cells. A properly done peel will leave the results for a while, ensuring that your skin looks great. Then there is something known as microdermabrasion – a procedure in which a roller is rubbed across the skin to remove all the dead skin cells. The fine crystals in the roller ensure that your skin is not harmed in any way, but a proper and thorough exfoliation is done. This is a great option for people who want to get rid of newly visible fine lines and wrinkles and is a good choice for people who are in their late thirties. Finally, there is a procedure known as dermal rolling, in which a roller with microneedles is run across your skin. When the needles slightly puncture the skin, the natural collagen in the body jumps into action, to heal the skin, giving you healthier and firmer skin.
- Laser and heat related procedures – Laser is one of the most popular anti-ageing treatments to fight aging and has been used since a long time to create tighter and younger looking skin. The basic tenet behind laser and other such heat related treatments is that when a controlled amount of heat is directed towards the skin, it generates heat from within. This leads to the excitement of the collagen molecules, leading to firmer and younger looking skin. Laser can be used for moderate lines and can also help improve the general skin tone. There are several types of laser treatments and you need to choose the right one, with the help of a trained professional. Intense pulsed light utilises sudden bursts of intense light, which in turn heats up the epidermal and dermal levels of the skin, leading to the production of collagen. These days, you can also purchase several personal devices, which can be handheld and used as per the simple instructions provided with the device.
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