Premature ageing? Genuine solutions are available
Signs of prematurely aged skin appear as loss of skin tone, fine lines and dehydration, large or coarse pores, poor skin colour and loss of elasticity. These signs of ageing can’t be fixed with a cosmetic injection, however exceptional equipment is now available to target cell turnover, hydration and collagen production to overcome the appearance of aged skin.
One of the specific technologies uses fractional Radio frequency and dermal skin needling in one treatment. These two modalities harnessed together produce an exceptional improvement in the skin within a month and lasting up to 5 years.
If you experience from any of the following concerns, you may not be able to have treatment or may need to delay treatment, so be clear with your chosen practitioner when in consultations. Recent sun exposure, use of Roaccutane or Isotretinoin within the past 6 months, tendency to keloid scarring, Pregnancy or Lactation, eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis.
The cost will depend on the number of treatments required, which is determined by your skin type and the colour and size of the area being treated. Some people choose to have their neck and décolletage, and sometime their hands, treated as well as a full face. This is because the hands and neck are a key indicator of chronological age and almost impossible to hide.
Many practitioners recommend a series of treatments, 4-6 at monthly intervals, depending on the exact treatment modality and patient budget, time frames and expected results.
Care must be taken after treatment to ensure infection and skin damage does not occur. Potential complications include burning, scarring, and unsatisfactory results. In some cases, if the cause of the indication is continuing, like sun damage, , the concern may need regular treatment. Ensure that you keep a copy of your signed consent form and also the post treatment care instructions so you can refer to them later.
Your practitioner will consult you before treatment taking a history of health and skin, and probably photograph the area. They will wear gloves and the area will be thoroughly cleaned prior to treatment and after treatment the area is covered in antiseptic cream and gauze. You and the therapist may wear eye protection and you may use a topical anaesthetic cream prior to treatment starting.