Resurfacing to forget about sagging skin on your face!
The loss of skin firmness and the appearance of wrinkles on the skin are the signs of time passing by, which can effectively spoil not only our mood, but also self-confidence. However, these are unavoidable changes in our appearance. The problem of skin flabbiness worsens when skin care does not bring the expected results. In such a situation, it is worth choosing treatments offered by aesthetic medicine, thanks to which you may not only firm facial skin, but also ensure its exceptional hydration and lifting, and thus glow. Flaccid skin is a problem of aesthetic nature experienced by not only women but also men who visit dr. Parda. It is worth remembering that aging is a natural biological process influenced by both biological and external factors such as smoking, sunlight, improper diet and stress. The symptoms of loss of skin volume and elasticity can be observed as early as after 20 years of age. It is then that our skin begins to lose an appropriate amount of elastin and collagen fibers, which are responsible for the elasticity and radiant appearance of the skin. How can we prevent sagging skin?
Resurfacing, what is it?
Resurfacing is an ideal option if you notice signs of aging on your skin, such as lack of firmness and increasingly visible wrinkles. Flaccid facial skin can add even a few years, so Dr. Parda offers rejuvenating aesthetic medicine treatments with the help of which you will feel young and beautiful again! Thermolift for both face and body is very popular at the Dr. Parda Aesthetic Medicine Clinic, as it gives unique results and long-lasting effects.
What does a micro-needle radiofrequency treatment involve?
Micro-needle radiofrequency treatment combines the effects of micro-needling, fractional laser and radio waves without overheating the epidermis. The above procedure easily deals with stretch marks, scars, sagging skin, and other skin defects that affect the patient's appearance and self-esteem. The procedure is also recommended as a preventive measure, as it increases the skin's resistance to aging and improves its density. Before the procedure, a detailed doctor consultation is carried out. Then, the procedure is discussed as well as its effects and the number of planned repetitions are determined. An anesthetic cream is applied to the skin area where the treatment will be performed. Micro-needle radiofrequency involves the insertion under the skin of micro-needles covered with a layer of gold and silicone – the depth of insertion depends primarily on the thickness of the patient's skin. After insertion, a radiofrequency field impulse is emitted, which leads to heating of the tissues around the blades. After the impulse is emitted, the needles are immediately withdrawn, which prevents overheating and burning of the epidermis.
What are the benefits of resurfacing?
After the procedure, the skin may be red for several minutes, but the next day the redness should disappear and the patient will be able to return to their daily activities. The procedure can be performed throughout the year, however, it is recommended to use at least SPF30 creams. The advantage of microneedle radiofrequency treatment is the short healing time, low invasiveness and almost no pain. The treatment can be performed both on the face and body. The results are very quickly noticeable, even on the second day after the treatment.
What can this aesthetic medicine procedure do?
The treatment will not only firm our facial skin, but also the whole body, such as the arms or abdomen. Moreover, it will help us get rid of wrinkles, scars and visible stretch marks. Indications for treatment are also enlarged pores. Resurfacing is often used as anti-aging prevention because it stimulates the formation of new collagen, which leads to a firmer face and improved overall skin density.
Who should opt out of the procedure?
- pregnant and breastfeeding women,
- people with cancer,
- people with inflammatory skin conditions or infections,
- people prone to keloids,
- people with blood coagulation disorders,
- people with implanted pacemakers.