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DEITIES MED SPA

200 Corporate Plaza

Islandia, NY 11749

Tel (631) 406-0026

Facial Wrinkle Solutions

Rhytides, also known as facial wrinkles, are skin wrinkles. Collagen and elastin are proteins that your skin produces less of as you age. 

Your skin will become thinner and, as a result, less resistant to damage. Environmental exposure, dehydration, and contaminants can contribute to the development of facial wrinkles. 

Wrinkles on the face are a normal part of aging, and you should not be afraid of them.

 But if you want to slow down the signs of aging on your face, there are several natural ways you can do it.

What are Wrinkles?

As we age, we all develop wrinkles. They are a natural part of aging. Wrinkles are most often seen on the face, neck, back of the hands, and upper arms, which are exposed_ to the sun.

There are two types of wrinkles: fine surface lines and deeper wrinkles.

 If wrinkles bother you or you want to prevent them from appearing in the first place, there are a few things you can do.

What Causes Wrinkles?

What are Wrinkles?

As they age, their skin cells divide more slowly, and the dermis, the inner layer of the skin, begins to shrink. 

As a result, the elasticity and structure of the skin begin to decline.

As we age, the skin begins to lose its ability to retain moisture. Produces less fat & heals more slowly, this helps wrinkled skin. 

Other factors that contribute to wrinkling include:

To smoke. Reduces the formation of collagen, an important component of the skin's structure. Collagen deficiency causes wrinkles. It is a greater incentive to quit smoking or never to start smoking.

Skin type (people with light skin and blue eyes are more sensitive to sun damage)

Inheritance (some families wrinkle more)

sun exposure

Repeated facial expressions

What Are Some Wrinkle Treatments?

Tighter skin.

It contains chemicals such as phenols and TCA (trichloroacetic acid) to penetrate deeper into the skin. With this deep skin, fine wrinkles are smooth- more effectively. However, the deeper the crust, the more likely cause side effects, including scarring and discoloration of the skin. Such skin can be painful, so find out what to expect.

Dermabrasion

 During this treatment, the skin is "polished." Dermabrasion can make a big difference depending- on the skills and experience of the person performing it. Sustained changes in scarring and skin pigmentation are other possible side effects.

Laser update.

Lasers are- used to promote the formation of collagen that embellishes the skin. There are several types of lasers_ so talk about how many treatments you'll need, how much "rest" time your skin needs to heal, and any dangers to your doctor.

plastic Surgery

Some people benefit from facial stretching, eyebrow lifting, and other cosmetic procedures. For others, less invasive methods will suffice. If necessary, consult your doctor before deciding which process to perform.

Ultrasound therapy

Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses ultrasound to lift and tighten the skin on the face, neck, and chin, which are approved_ by the FDA. It also can be used- to smooth wrinkles on the chest.

Injection.

Botulinum toxin (Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin) and prabotulinumtoxinA-xvfs (Jeuveau) are two muscle-relaxing needles that cause "wrinkle wrinkles," fine lines around the eyes, and other wrinkles. 

The improvement takes place over several months and must repeat to maintain it. For example, wrinkle fillers are applied to the folds of the skin, especially around the mouth, to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. 

Soft skin is removed by injection into the cheeks and temples- especially around the mouth and on the side of the neck. 

Some fillers promote the development of collagen_ which improves skin tone and texture. The injection should be given- by a doctor.

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