Skin aging is a complex biological process influenced by a combination of endogenous or intrinsic and exogenous or extrinsic factors. Because of the fact that skin health and beauty is considered one of the principal factors representing overall “well-being” and the perception of “health” in humans, several anti-aging strategies have been developed during the last years. It is the intention of this article to review the most important anti-aging strategies that dermatologists have nowadays in hand, including including preventive measurements, cosmetological strategies, topical and systemic therapeutic agents and invasive procedures.Contact Us
A chemical peel is a cosmetic procedure in which a solution is applied to the client’s skin. The solution causes the outer layers of old, damaged skin to peel off, revealing new skin underneath. Chemical peels work by removing skin that has been damaged by the sun and other environmental factors. They can, therefore, eliminate or reduce problems like discoloration, fine lines, wrinkles and some scars. Chemical peels are usually applied to the face to improve the facial skin’s overall look and health.
The vampire facelift is a procedure that creates the youthful, rejuvenating effects of a facelift without an actual surgery. Instead, the vampire facelift gets its name because it incorporates PRP extracted from blood which is then mixed with different dermal fillers to give patients a refreshed look.Contact Us
As you age, it’s normal for your skin to lose moisture, volume and elasticity. The middle layers hold collagen and elastin, substances that support those three parts of the aging equation. Collagen supports moisture retention and volume, while elastin contributes to your skin’s ability to bounce back.