Blog: 3 Benefits of Non-Surgical Skin Rejuvenation
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For many individuals, self-care is not only a trend; it is a lifestyle. Taking care of your skin can be just as therapeutic as it is beautifying.
Going for a facial rejuvenation treatment is a great way to unwind, get a little personal time, and leave feeling better than when you came in. Aside from being a fun way to pamper yourself or improve your complexion, facial rejuvenation can help treat:
Facials can help to boost the progress of your at-home products. Facials tend to have deep cleansing and extracting components that are much more effective than store-bought face washes. The deep cleaning power of a facial can help to clear pores, which can reduce breakouts, prevent redness, and improve skin texture.
For example, the HydraFacial® with acne-fighting boosters have become increasingly popular for its ability to reduce the appearance of acne and improve skin tone and texture without irritation.
Due to the climate of most Asian countries, there is a tendency for higher oil production in the skin of people with Asian descent, making them more prone to acne than other ethnicities. High-oil production can lead to clogged pores, breakouts, and sensitive skin. A facial is an excellent way to get rid of impurities deep within the skin that could be causing recurring acne. They can also help to restore moisture to the face, which can inhibit excess oil production.
A perk of going to get a professional facial is that you can get some professional advice on the state of your skin and the best way to improve it.
2. Signs of Aging
For treating signs of aging, more advanced facial treatments are available that can help you tackle aging without a facelift.
We offer innovative, non-surgical ways of reducing the appearance of wrinkles, facial lines, large pores, bad skin texture, scarring, and many other skin issues.
Check out these options, which can offer great results with little or no downtime:
Microneedling: Microneedling can be used to reduce the appearance of acne scars, wrinkles, and fine lines. This method consists of using tiny needles to rejuvenate the skin by jumpstarting the body’s healing process.
Dermal fillers: Dermal fillers are popular for their ability to fill hollow or sunken areas, smooth facial lines, and plump the lips. Fillers can be injected in several areas on the face and work well to restore youthful contours to the face.
Depending on your goals, a combination of skin-renewing treatments may be a good option to help you get what you desire. Combinations can be beneficial and quite successful when done correctly.
3. Scarring and Hyperpigmentation
Scarring is challenging to address because a scar can extend deeper into the skin than it appears. Many layers of skin can be damaged, and so, in most cases, it is necessary to address multiple layers to erase it.
This can be difficult to achieve with at-home treatments. A chemical peel can help to get rid of dead or damaged layers of skin to reveal fresher, brighter skin. By removing the damaged layers and adding skin-boosting serums, the chemical peel encourages the body to reveal new layers of healthier skin.