In our era of minimally invasive and holistic care in facial aesthetics, application of genetics is opening the way to even more effective interventions. Indeed two related publications have been provided so far by our collaborative study on genetics and Cleopatra Technique ®.
A 2018 systematic review found that microneedling is a safe and effective way to rejuvenate the skin and treat scars and wrinkles. A press release from the American Academy of Dermatology also states that people can expect a reduction in the “appearance of large pores, fine lines and wrinkles, scars and stretch marks.”
The skin is the largest organ, responsible for covering your entire body. It is body’s first line of defense, responsible for sweating to keep body cool and it grows enough cells to renew itself every month.
Microneedling is a method that dermatologists, aesthetic doctors and dentists use to treat different conditions and rejuvenate the skin. The technique involves using multiple tiny, sterile needles to puncture the skin and cause physical trauma.
In your battle against aging, there are some cases where the use of “heavy guns” is required and some other cases where you can fight with simpler and more natural means. Before going in to your doctor’s office with surgical plans and requests for fillers or Botox treatments, there are four simple beauty tips that you can use on your everyday routine.
The first signs of aging start to become apparent on the surface of the skin from around the age of 25. The first to make their appearance are the fine lines, while wrinkles, loss of volume and loss of elasticity become noticeable over time. Our skin ages for a variety of different reasons. Many of the causes of skin aging are entirely natural and cannot be altered. There are, however, several factors that can cause skin to age prematurely, and these can be influenced.
Dermal fillers are injectable treatments designed specifically to give long-lasting and natural-looking results. They are not the same as Botox and Dysport, as they serve a completely different purpose. Before you start with their application, here are some basic things you and your patients need to know.
There are a lot of questions regarding micro-needling and PRP facial injections. But, first things first, let’s start by explaining what these two terms mean.
On many different occasions, patients try to decide whether botox is a good idea for them or not. What often makes their decision more difficult than it should be, is the spread of myths surrounding botox treatments. Here, we will attempt to clarify some of them.