Your Skincare Rejuvenation Options

Skin rejuvenation, to put it simply, is the process of making your skin look better. Many skincare techniques which can make your skin look better are treatments for the surface of your skin, commonly known as skin resurfacing methods because they remove debris and allow a fresh surface to show through. However, skin rejuvenation can also take many other forms, so let’s explore some of the top methods you can use to make your skin appear healthier.

 

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Fillers and Injections to Fill Out the Skin

One way to give your skin a revitalized look is to fight back when it starts to sag or develop a sunken in appearance. You can use a variety of injections to accomplish that goal. Many of those injections contain fillers which will make your skin look more plump and supple. However, some injections can revitalize your skin in other ways, such as Botox, which paralyzes muscles temporarily to give skin a better appearance.

 

Skin Treatments Involving the Use of Lasers

When it comes to skin treatments to rejuvenate your skin you would be hard pressed to find a category more versatile than lasers. Lasers are great ways to improve your skin with cosmetic treatments  because of their sheer versatility. One option is a laser peel, which can help you to get rid of blemishes on the surface of your skin. Simultaneously, the peel can help your healthy skin cells take over as dead skin cells are removed.

 

Alternatively, you may require other forms of laser treatment designed to trigger internal repairs to commence within your body by encouraging more collagen to be produced. The extra collagen can strengthen and tighten your skin cells. But, no matter which type of laser treatment you use to revitalize your skin, you can expect to require more than one  appointment before your skin will truly begin to improve significantly.

 

Microdermabrasion Can Also Rejuvenate Your Skin

Microdermabrasion is a process by which skin is essentially sanded to remove imperfections. If you decide to undergo microdermabrasion then a technician will use a hard-tipped tool to clean and revitalize the surface of your skin. Therefore, microdermabrasion is both a form of skin resurfacing and a form of skin revitalization. The purpose of the process, much like the purpose of some forms of laser treatment, is to allow fresh, healthy skin cells to become the new outer layer by removing dead cells and other foreign materials.

An Alternative to Microdermabrasion is a Chemical Peel

Chemical peels utilize various acids which are safe for use in the skincare field. The specific acids used are able to remove foreign bodies and dead skin cells just as microdermabrasion does with one key difference, aside from the technique itself. The key difference is that the intensity of the peel can be adjusted based on the chemicals used, allowing chemical peels to treat more than just the top skin layer in some instances.

 

Other Ways to Improve Your Skin’s Appearance

If you want to learn about additional ways to make your skin better and rejuvenate it then talking to a skincare expert will help you. A trained clinician or dermatologist can tell you not only which clinical skincare method may be best for you, but also how you can best maintain the results of your skincare treatments at home. For example, your clinician may be able to suggest rejuvenating creams or lotions you can use at home to enhance the results of whichever clinical treatment you select.

 
 

What are your experiences with skincare rejuvenation procedures?
 

Lisa
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  1. Hi Lisa,
    Do you happen to know of any options which are budget friendly? I’ve been for some amazing chemical peels for help with my acne but the cost quickly racks up week to week!

    PS: Your baby is so cute! 😍

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