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Facial Rejuvenation Treatments: Pros And Cons

Facial Rejuvenation Treatments: Pros And Cons

Starting at age 40, or perhaps earlier, the signs of facial aging begin to be more evident. Spots, wrinkles, and sagging are the symptoms of the passage of time that most concern women (and also men ).

Although it is still a taboo subject in Spanish society, the truth is that more and more people are undergoing cosmetic medicine treatments to delay and stop facial aging. Maybe you are considering doing something to yourself. But what?

Exfoliation of the skin

PROS. It is a magnificent instrument of initiation to anti-aging. It removes the horny layer of the skin, where there is an excess accumulation of corneocytes. It can be done through medical peels in consultation or with fruitful acids used in cosmetics. It will also be carried out through mechanical procedures such as diamond tips or the most suitable ones, lasers. The best, according to the doctor, the Clear and Brilliant diode laser specially designed for the skin of young patients.

CONS. The only problem is that the embodiment is not well done, and it gets too deep, damaging the area of ​​the epidermal stem cells. It is necessary to think that the epidermis has a thickness that goes from 0.04 to 0.4 millimeters.

Introduction of products by mesotherapy

PROS. With each puncture to introduce a certain product into the skin, a micro lesion is made on it, and the body immediately tries to heal. The simple puncture causes immediate regeneration of the skin.

CONS. Vitamins or trace elements do not have any specific action on the epidermis; therefore, it is an unnecessary expense.

Hyaluronic acid injections

PROS. Hyaluronic acid is part of our body, in the dermis with its great capacity to collect water, it keeps it attached as it would be in a sponge filled with water. However, hyaluronic acid is not always the same, it is not stable, the human body is constantly renewed, and this hyaluronic acid is destroyed by the hyaluronidase enzyme and thus be renewed again.

CONS. Linear hyaluronic acid injected for hydration of the dermis is short-lived.

Hyaluronic Acid Injections for Fillers

PROS. A complex has been introduced into this hyaluronic acid in its formulation to make it more resistant to the action of hyaluronidase. There are some that have crosslinking agents added to increase resistance. Recently, new preparations have appeared in which the complexity in the formulation is due to the fact that they have been subjected to slight heating for a long time; they are the so-called Bio Expander.

CONS. Nothing to object to, if perhaps those containing crosslinking agents have ever after hyaluronic acid disappeared, and after many months, small nodules on the face have been revealed due to these crosslinking agents.

Tensioning Threads

PROS. The special feature of this treatment is that the introduction of a long and sharp needle produces a small internal wound in the epidermis, which the body immediately tries to heal, but in doing so, it finds a slight obstacle, which is the thread left inside the wound. , so you should try harder to get the healing done. The more complex the thread (spicules, cones, etc.), the more difficult the healing process is. In the end, the wound is also healed by the needle.

CONS. No objection.