For centuries, beauty has been an integral part of Indian women’s lives. Over the years, we have witnessed beauty and skin care evolve and change. The need for healthy, glowing skin is urgent. Consumers are looking for safe, effective and visible solutions that deliver quick and noticeable results. You can treat your loved ones to one of these techniques today, Valentine’s Day.
Peels for skin rejuvenation
A chemical peel is used to rejuvenate the skin and give it a youthful, more rested look. The new skin that replaces it will be smoother and more wrinkle-free. The face, neck, and hands are the most common areas for chemical peels. Chemical Peels are used to reduce fine lines around the eyes and under the eyes, as well as sun damage, age spots and sun damage. They can also be used to improve the skin’s overall appearance and texture.
Ulthera, a non-invasive, advanced technology, uses energy from focused high-power ultrasound to heat the skin at different depths. As a natural healing response, this activates the production of new collagen. This causes the desired lifting/tightening effect to occur as the sagging skin of the neck, face and d colet is decreased and the elasticity is increased. This procedure is very convenient as it takes between 30 to 90 minutes, does not require general anesthesia, minimal preparation, and requires minimal to no recovery.
Laser skin resurfacing
Laser skin rejuvenation uses carbon dioxide (CO2) and an ablate laser (ablative laser), to remove scars, warts, deep wrinkles, tighten the skin and balance out skin tone. The skin is lacerated by ablative lasers, like a CO2 laser. It heats the underside of the skin (dermis) and removes the outer layer of skin. This stimulates new collagen fibers to grow. The treated skin will appear smoother, more supple, and tighter as the epidermis heals. Non-ablative Lasers, like IPL devices, don’t lacerate skin. Instead, they stimulate collagen growth, improve skin texture, and tone the skin. Although this is less invasive, it is also less effective. The surgeon will choose the type of laser depending on the condition and patient’s cosmetic goals.
For hair loss
Female pattern hair loss (also known as androgenic-alopecia) continues to be a major concern, particularly for those between 25 and 35. Non-surgical treatments include laser therapy and platelet-rich plasma injections. Another therapy, QR678, involves applying a solution to the scalp. This reduces hair fall and increases thickness.
These injections add volume to your lips. These are a type dermal filler. Lip fillers can restore or increase the volume of your lips but they won’t stop the aging process. However, they may help delay the need to have more invasive procedures like lip implants or a lift. You can achieve the desired look which will boost your self-esteem. You may notice a loss in volume over time due to genetics, smoking, or sun damage. These therapies have been proven effective. As with all procedures, there is always the possibility of side effects. Before you decide to try any of these beauty treatments, please consult a dermatologist.