You have no shortage of treatment options when it comes to facial rejuvenation for reducing common signs of skin damage like sunspots, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and scars. Since everyone is unique, the same treatment that might work for your friend or neighbor may not benefit you. Knowing about your treatment options can help you better determine what facial rejuvenation procedure is right for you and your individual needs.
Microdermabrasion is one of the most popular types of non-surgical cosmetic procedures performed today. Over time, factors like genetics, sun damage, aging, or acne can cause textural changes in your skin that result in facial imperfections. Microdermabrasion is a skin rejuvenation treatment in which we use microscopic abrasive particles to gently exfoliate the surface of your skin to break up the layer of inorganic material that is blocking fresh skin below it.
The stratum corneum skin layer is the very outermost part of your skin and is actually composed of nonliving material like dead skin cells, lipids, and cellular debris. This “junk” can cause your skin to look dull and lifeless. By gently exfoliating and scrubbing this layer, we are revealing fresher, brighter skin underneath that helps you appear more vibrant and youthful.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
The unmatched precision of today’s cosmetic lasers allow us to selectively target damaged skin tissue for removal by your own body. Your body then remodels your skin by replacing faulty tissue with fresher, more youthful skin that has minimized lines, wrinkles, scars, and blemishes.
This same level of precision helps to shorten your downtime by only targeting damaged skin. Nearby skin tissue is left unaffected. Contrast this type of treatment with other treatments involving incisions or extensive tissue damage that results in significant downtime.
Facial fillers are booming in popularity currently due to their ability to provide significant skin rejuvenation without the need for extensive downtime. Fillers help to correct light to moderate wrinkles, lines, creases, and fill in hollow areas like those often found under the eyes or in the cheek area.
Some common ingredients in fillers are polylactic acid, collagen, fat transfer, and hyaluronic acid. The type of facial filler that is most suitable for your needs can be determined at your consultation where our professionals will help you make the best choice.
To learn more about the facial rejuvenation treatments we offer at Lively Wellness and Aesthetics, simply speak with our educated professionals. We are conveniently located in Odessa, TX. Contact us today to schedule your rejuvenation consultation!