We all want perfect skin. Whether it’s to fight signs of ageing or to treat stubborn acne,or simply because you want to look good, there are skin & dermatology treatments out there for everyone! As techniques of science and technology advance, so do treatments for beauty and skin conditions.
Read on to see new treatments headlining in 2019!
Radio Frequency (RF) Skin Tightening
In layman’s terms, this is a hot stone massage for your face. Your doctor will use a machine to heat your skin with radio frequency for 30-40 minutes to stimulate collagen production. Results include tightening of collagen fibers, a lasting lift for the cheeks and jaw line, and softening of fine lines.
This treatment has almost no side effects, and is doable during your lunch hour break from work. Estheticians use it to treat obstinate cellulite and stretch marks by using higher temperatures to melt fat and smooth the skin.
This is probably one of the hottest treatments out there for dark circles. Micro needlesare used to inject gas into the superficial layer of skin – the carbon dioxide will create an oxygen deficiency that signals blood to rush into its place, giving it a rejuvenated and fresh look.
One treatment lasts for a week and continuous treatments improve capillary blood flow and boosts collagen, lightening the dark skin over time.
Sound wave technology is used to reach into the skin’s depth to stimulate cell renewal and repair, tone muscles, reduce inflammation, improve circulation and various other benefits. Clients will see smoother skin with cleansed pores and acne marks/scars reduction.
The treatment is a safe and easy way to get brighter and firmer skin, and with repetitive treatments, the results are stunning.
This evergreen treatment will never get old. With various peels offered to target innumerable skin problems, each treatment results in renewed and clearer skin.
Your esthetician will help you decide between a Glycolic Peel, Salicyclic Acid peer, TCA Peel and many others to target your chief complaint. Ingredients either arederivatives of natural products or can be pure chemical.
The process of a peel is not painful, rather the aftermath of peeling skin is when you have to be the most careful and follow your doctor’s instructions!Read up on this and discuss with your esthetician before proceeding for a peel!
We all love to feel good and look good, and a great treatment can do wonders inside and out.Call a dermatologist for a consultation today to see which of these treatments can work for you!