Troubled With Uneven Skin? Don’t Give Up!
Are you tired of looking at dry, flaky skin that does not look fresh despite being pampered with the best products? Maybe your skin seeks an aesthetic treatment to get back its glow.
We all try different products and multiple routines before we decide what is best for our skin. Oftentimes, in spite of pampering our skin with the best products, we end up experiencing rough skin texture, dry, uneven skin tone and pale-looking skin. This could indicate that it may be time to look at a treatment intervention to get our skin back to glowing and healthy.
1. Hydra Facials
Regarded as one of the most powerful skin resurfacing techniques, this treatment is sworn-by by many. Known to cleanse, exfoliate, extract, hydrate and give antioxidant protection, this facial is the go-to mantra for revived skin. A hydra facial takes away dead skin cells and impurities while it delivers moisturizing serums into the skin. This facial is non-invasive and is carried out with the help of a painless vacuum-like suction.
2. Chemical Peels
Now being used for centuries, chemical peels are a well-known method of skin treatment around the world. While they rank as one of the most popular treatments, these peels also are trusted due to their safe results and effectiveness. Looking to eliminate acne scars, age spots, freckles, pores or pigmentations, then this treatment could be the one for you.
During a chemical peel, a dermatologist will apply a safe chemical solution on the top of your skin. This will cause the dead skin cells to peel off thus rebuilding collagen in the skin. When the peel is over, the new skin reveals itself, which is smoother and clearer.
An enhanced treatment that uses a skin-needling device, this treatment is highly effective for treating the hard-to-reach areas of the skin. During dermapen, an automated needling device punctures the skin's outer layer and allows for controlled injury. This way, the skin is forced to start the healing process and produce new collagen and elastin. By the end of this treatment, the skin is seen to have an overall improvement in texture, tightening and wrinkles, and scar reduction.
4. Pearl Resurfacing
This treatment is non-invasive and uses resurfacing lasers with gentleness and safety. Used to treat sun-damaged skin, reduce wrinkles, and improve uneven texture, this technique helps with pigmentation and imparts a pearl-like glow.
In this treatment, the topmost layer of the skin is exposed to pulses of light in the pre-selected pattern. These pulses send heat to the deeper layers of the skin which trigger the body's healing process. As a result, a protective dressing forms on the skin that naturally peels off after three to five days, bringing forth healthy skin from underneath.
5. Laser Genesis
A laser genesis treatment for the skin is an easy, pain-free and surprisingly relaxing treatment carried out with the help of an expert. Here, a laser handpiece is moved back and forth about half an inch above the skin. This causes a gentle warming of the skin which many say, feels relaxing.
This treatment is used to treat scarring, which might have been caused by acne, surgery or burns. It also helps with redness and broken vessels. This treatment has proven successful for wrinkles, reducing fine lines, large pores, uneven texture, and age spots.
During this treatment, the laser pulse works effectively to kill bacteria on the epidermis and deep within the skin, allowing the birth of new skin cells.
6. Carbon Laser Peel
If you are looking for a quick and painless way to improve your skin, this could be your treatment. Recommended for oily skin, this procedure is great for exfoliation and collagen production. During this procedure, the doctor will spread a layer of liquid carbon onto your face, which will absorb the dirt and dead skin from deep within the pores. Once this layer has dried, the doctor will pass a laser to initiate the process of improved skin. Apart from mild and temporary redness, carbon laser peels need no recovery time and are completed within 30 minutes.
All the treatments listed above will improve your skin tone manyfold. But none of these treatments are permanent. If you see the results fading over time, you might want to revisit your dermatologist to renew the effects of the treatment.
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