3 Types Of Skin Rejuvenation Treatments That May Be Right For You
Posted on: 17 January 2022
Your skin goes through a lot over time, including sunburns, acne, scarring, and other things as well that can all lead to damage to your skin. If you have damaged skin or you have a lot of wrinkles, you may find that skin rejuvenation may be right for you to give you more youthful skin. There are different types of skin rejuvenation treatments that can help improve your overall skin tone and texture. Read on for some treatments that may help you.
Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing is a treatment in which a laser is used to help improve scarring, age spots, or wrinkles. There are a few different types of lasers that can be used, some will actually remove the outer layer of the skin to improve tone and texture, while other types of lasers can also be used to improve tone and texture without damaging the surface of the skin at all.
Microneedling is a treatment in which tiny needles on a roller are used to improve your skin's overall tone and texture by increasing collagen production. Microneedling treatments are a quick treatment and the tiny needles poking into the skin do not hurt at all, although they may leave your skin a little red or irritated for a few hours after the treatment. With time and other skin treatments such as hyaluronic acid, you will notice your skin's tone and texture improving.
Chemical peels can be used to treat skin issues such as dark spots, acne scarring, or sun damage. Chemical peels use an acid facial solution that helps to remove the outer layer of the skin. This treatment may be a bit painful and will leave your skin red or irritated for up to a few days afterward. It can be very beneficial in improving your skin tone. It is a quick procedure that can be done in-office. Chemical peels that require a deeper peel can be harsher and may require you to be put under anesthesia.
These are just a few of the skin rejuvenation treatments that may help to improve your skin tone and texture, erase fine lines, and lighten or remove dark spots and acne scarring. Talk to your dermatologist about these and other skin rejuvenation treatments that may be right for you to help give you the skin you've always wanted. Make an appointment with a dermatologist to get started.Share