The ability to look younger than we o and to have flawless skin is one that we all crave. However, while we might do our very best to preserve our skin, it is also inevitable for life too take is course; whether through accidents, disease, or just the natural aging, the skin is subjected to a wide array of forces that ultimately make it look unlike what we’d have wanted.
Regardless, you can always try any of the following procedures for a correction of that:
Dermabrasions can be used to the benefit of fair-skinned people in soothing the scarring brought about by pox marks, acne, disease, and accidents. However, this procedure is not advised for people with dark skin tones as it runs the risk of causing further discoloration and scarring. During this treatment, layers of the skin are sanded down by a device and as such, the smoother skin beneath is revealed.
As opposed to dermabrasions, microdermabrasions are more suitable for all skin tones. However, it involves a less dramatic effect and it is mostly recommended for people with slight skin imperfections. As an added advantage, microdermabrasions work faster. Under this procedure, small crystals are sprayed on the skin. A few side effects are skin redness, acne, and a slight change in color.
Laser resurfacing can be used in the treatment of skin imperfections such as acne scars and blemishes. It is also capable of reducing fine wrinkles. Under this procedure, short and concentrated beams of light are used to remove any uneven skin. This procedure can be used to get rid of fine acne scars and lines across the eyes, forehead and mouth. However, laser therapy might not work for people with darker acne scars or skin complexions.
Laser treatment can be classified into two:
CO2 Laser Resurfacing: This procedure is capable of treating conditions including scars, enlarged oil glands, warts, and wrinkles.
Erbium Laser Resurfacing: This procedure removes deep wrinkles and lines. It is the most widely used form of laser skin therapy as it causes much lesser side effects than CO2 laser resurfacing. As an added advantage, it also results in minimal injury to surrounding tissues.
Chemical peels help to smooth the skin through the application of a chemical solution that works to peel the top layer of the skin away. It results in the growth of new skin that keeps you looking younger and smoother. Chemical peels are capable of treating a wide array of skin issues, including but not limited to discoloration, wrinkles, and minor scars.
A chemical peel can be applied at different skin depths; it all depends on what sort of results the patient desires.
A light chemical peel can be applied to treat acne, uneven skin tones, and fine wrinkles. A medium chemical peel goes deeper into the dermis and is capable of treating uneven skin tones, acne scars, and fine wrinkles. A deep chemical peel can treat scars, deep wrinkles, and even precancerous growths.
When working with LED skin smoothening, red and blue high-intensity lights are made to act on the skin. They can go a long way in improving the condition of the skin, resulting in a more tender skin, and they can also help you to regain tender and smoother skin.