Amazing New Technologies for Aging Skin
Our world moves at such a fast pace. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? When it comes to technology, it is a very good thing. As time marches on, unfortunately, our skin can be the worse for wear. Sagging, dullness, lines, sun damage, broken blood vessels, redness, etc. can have a person longing for time to stand still. Fortunately, technology makes solving these issues fairly easy.
Simple laser treatments are becoming a mainstay for people who wish to “turn back the clock”. Laser treatments can tighten skin, resurface the top layer of skin and stimulate collagen from deep below the surface, which leads to more youthful looking skin. Sun damage can be eliminated which leads to healthier, more rejuvenated skin.
People with redness and/or broken capillaries can be rid of these in a series of very simple treatments. Lasers are a very safe and easy way to gain back the skin of our youth. The skin of the face, neck, chest and backs of the hands is the first to show the ravages of time. New and improved laser treatments are always being developed to treat the issues associated with aging. These treatments often require little or no down time and are very comfortably tolerated by the patient.
The latest, and most incredible, way of rejuvenating the skin with your very own body has hit the scene. It does have an unusual name though it's called the Vampire FaceLift. Now, to some this name may seem scary or even a bit bizarre but it makes perfect sense when you realize why it's called that. By using your own natural platelets and stem cells found in your blood the injection of these cells can tell your cells to grow new, younger looking skin.
A very simple procedure, performed by a physician specially trained in this technique can be done in less than one hour with little to no discomfort. The cells are from your own body, so there is nothing foreign going into your body. The technological term for what is injected is platelet rich plasma (PRP).
The softening of deep lines, plumping up of areas that have lost volume, creating a softly sculpted cheek bone, rejuvenating the backs of the hands and even plumping up the lips are all ways to reverse the hands of time with your own blood cells.