Our skin can become tired and dull, just like we do. From too much sun, to pollution and toxins, there are a number of external factors that can reduce the appearance of the skin. Ageing is another factor that can play an important part. So how can you rejuvenate your skin? Well, there are a number of facial treatment options available, that can do just that. And they also offer a host of other benefits too. So, what are these treatments, and which is the right option for you? Well, here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic in Preston, we are trained and experiences non surgical aesthetics nurses. And this is our guide to the top treatment options to rejuvenate your skin.
Rejuvenating your skin
To bring your skin back to life, and rejuvenate your skin cells, it is necessary to make more cells. This is instigated by removing or damaging older cells, so that new ones can be formed to take the place. The new cells that come through can have a positive impact on a range of skin conditions, including:
- acne scarring
- sun damage
- dry skin
- uneven skin tones
This is because many of these skin problems are caused by damage to the superficial, outer layers of the epidermis, and when your skin rejuvenates, these damaged cells are replaced.
So, what type of treatment should you be considering if you want to rejuvenate your skin?
Well, there are several available, each offering a range of additional advantages, as well as the rejuvenation. So what are the options and which should you choose? Well, the treatment options include:
A chemical peel is a non-invasive treatment that involves applying a slightly acidic liquid to the face, which will then remove the dead skin cells, and the old skin cells. This will lead to a deep exfoliation, and the production of new skin cells. As a result, at the end of your treatment, your skin will be refreshed, and you will look younger and more radiant.
This is a treatment option that involves using a range of superfine needles to inject a range of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, into the mesodermal layer. This treatment is a minimally invasive procedure, that can nourish and refresh the skin, with instant results; rejuvenating dull and tired looking skin and adding hydration. There is also the additional benefit of increasing the production of collagen and elastin, key substances needed by skin cells to fight the signs of ageing.
A third option is microneedling. This procedure involves using a number of small needles to prick the top layer of the skin. This causes a small injury at the site, which will in turn result in the skin producing new skin cells. The new cells will replace the existing ones, and so your skin will be more radiant.