There are so many different beauty products available on the market today that there really is no more need to worry about the signs of aging. This is particularly true when you consider that we are all living and working longer, yet have the media telling us that we should continue to look young. Cosmetic surgery is one option, but it is expensive and it is dangerous. Luckily, there are also many cosmetic treatments that are non invasive but still work. Interestingly, it seems that society frowns on these types of treatments far less than what they do on surgery as well.
One option is microdermabrasion, which works particularly well on all types of skin and addresses wrinkles, fine lines and skin that has sun damage, as well as acne. Essentially, during the procedure, medical grade sand crystals are blasted to the patient’s skin and a mini vacuum then removes them. This strips the dead skin away and leaves soft, smooth skin in its place. This is then better able to absorb nutrients and it helps to produce new collagen, meaning the skin will look more youthful overall.
With CACI treatment, bipolar radiofrequency energies and infrared light is used. This treatment originated in the United States and was designed for people with strokes or Bell’s Palsy. However, it was quickly found that it also works as a beauty treatment, as it remodels the dermal layer by tightening the skin and helping more collagen to grow. It leaves the skin looking more toned, smooth and luminous. While most commonly used on the neck and face, it is now also becoming popular on the upper arms, abdomen and knees. It lifts sagging skin and addresses wrinkles. Treatment has to be repeated every six months or so.
Our face is made up of many different muscles and various electrical charges course through these. These electrical impulses help to keep the tone of our muscles intact. After a while, however, the beneficial effects on our skin start to get lost because the charge of the electrical impulse is diminished. What non-invasive treatments essentially do is give us an extra charge so that the muscles once again contract properly and keep our skin tight. Essentially, this helps in the production of elastin and collagen as well. However, as time continues, the charge starts to drop again, which means we need to return for further treatment.
Regardless of the procedure you choose, you should always speak to a qualified physician first. They will be able to assess you and your medical history and determine which type of treatment will be most effective. Furthermore, many treatment types will require a degree of preparation and important rules for aftercare also have to be explained. Do make sure that you follow all these pieces of advice. Furthermore, never agree to have treatment done by someone who is not properly qualified and licensed to deliver those types of treatment.