Guest Post – How Skin Rejuvenation Can Help You to Get Young Look
The skin is probably the most underappreciated part of our body, despite performing some of the most vital functions within the body. Biologically, the skin performs many important functions – from helping to keep away disease-causing microbes to regulating body temperature, which helps keep us sane and functional during adverse weather conditions.
Aesthetically, the skin is easily the most recognizable part of your body. It conveys natural beauty, helping you relate better with yourself and the people around you. However, as the years go by, the skin becomes one of the most visible victims of aging. Acne, wrinkles, red spots, saggy skin, discoloration, and age spots are just some of the many issues that pop up as the years go by, taking away the once youthful nature of the skin.
In addition to age, many lifestyle habits often contribute to aging skin. Tendencies such as poor dietary habits, dehydration, exposure to the sun’s UV rays, inadequate sleep, smoking, and stress will often leave your skin looking older than it actually is.
Still, all hope is not lost. There are many measures you can take to help rejuvenate your skin and restore some level of youth and health to the skin. These measures often consist of a mix of preventative maintenance and curative therapies to help keep the skin young.
Check out some of the most popular rejuvenation tactics that will help keep your skin looking younger for longer, even as age catches up with you.
Botox treatments are one of the most popular procedures used to help rejuvenate aging or damaged skin. Botox procedures are most commonly used for a cosmetic treatment of the skin, more specifically wrinkles. According to Dr. Ayham Al-Ayoubi, Lead Surgeon at The London Medical and Aesthetic Clinic, Botox treatments are often used to treat different types of wrinkles, including forehead creases, frown lines, laughter lines, and bunny lines that appear at the bridge of the nose.
In addition to skin treatments, Botox treatments can also be used for sweating, muscle spasms, and even to manage some types of chronic migraines, which all help to keep your skin looking young.
Microdermabrasion is a cosmetic procedure that uses a mildly abrasive wand to gently slough off the outer, often uneven layer of your skin. This procedure is often used to rejuvenate skin with discoloration, light scarring, stretch marks, or areas of the skin that have been damaged by the sun. Additionally, microdermabrasion has been shown to be an effective treatment for enlarged pores, acne and acne scars, and wrinkles.
Microdermabrasion works by boosting your skin’s production of collagen, which is responsible for the smooth and young-looking nature of the skin. Collagen, which is often in plenty when we’re kids, reduces with age, which explains why our skin becomes loose and uneven as we age. Microdermabrasion helps rejuvenate collagen production, resulting in younger-looking skin.
#3. Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing includes different types of procedures that use high-intensity light to tighten the skin and make it appear younger and smoother. The highly-concentrated light helps to fix wrinkles, lines, and scars on the skin and, unlike many other cosmetic procedures, doesn’t usually need to be redone for between 2 and 5 years after the initial treatment.
#4. Home Remedies
There are many natural remedies that you can use to help keep your skin rejuvenated. These often come in handy for people looking to prevent damage and keep their skin rejuvenated and looking younger with age. Elements such as lemon juice, cucumber, papaya, banana, orange peels, and yogurt are usually very good antioxidants and often help to keep the skin rejuvenated and hydrated during busy and stressful workdays.
Home and natural remedies can be an effective addition to daily life, especially for those who want to avoid future damage to their skin.
Bottom Line :
Keeping your skin looking young and healthy is often a combination of many curative and preventative tendencies. Wearing your sunscreen at the beach, reducing your alcohol intake, smoking, and stress, hydrating, working out, and eating healthy meals are just some of the many inexpensive ways you can help keep your skin looking young.
About The Author:
Bethany McIlrath has several years of experience writing about and practicing healthy living techniques. She is the founder of AllDayHealthandFitness.com. An avid reader and researcher at heart, Bethany knows how work can force a sedentary lifestyle.