Anti-ageing Treatments that Don’t Require Surgery

Whether you're just starting to notice the signs of ageing or you're looking into new treatments, you may find you prefer to go down the non-surgical route. In addition to injectables, there are many cosmetic anti-ageing treatments you can try to achieve the youthful look you crave. Although many require more than one session, they can lead to fewer wrinkles, a glowing skin tone, and plumper skin.

Engage in some self-preservation

While ageing is a process you can't avoid, there are steps you can take at any age to slow down the process. This includes:

  • Avoiding sunbeds and excessive sunbathing
  • Wear sunscreen
  • Avoid smoking and excessive alcohol
  • Get plenty of sleep and eat a good diet

Chemical skin peels

Chemical skin peels are anti-ageing treatments that come in light, medium, and deep forms. Each one aims to remove one or more layers of skin, reducing signs of ageing such as sunspots and pigmentation in the process. Upon completion, you'll have an evener skin tone.

Juvederm and fillers

As you age, your skin starts to lose the plump volume many associate with looking youthful. Juvederm injections use hyaluronic acid to plumpen sagging areas by filling sagging areas and attracting moisture to them. You'll need regular top-up treatments to retain the results, but they can last for a few months.

Botox

Botox is a classic, but it's one that continues to work. Using a neurotoxin, Botox disrupts the signals that travel between your muscles and nerves, which then leads to the muscles relaxing. As a result, wrinkles disappear or become less severe. Like other injectables, Botox requires top-up treatments, and regular use can prevent the early onset of wrinkles. While it's tempting to try this procedure as early as possible for wrinkle prevention, starting in your twenties may lead to sagging, which many also associate with ageing.

Microdermabrasion

If you have fine lines or skin blemishes, you can use microdermabrasion to minimise their appearance. While microdermabrasion doesn't get rid of scars, it can create an evener skin tone. The process involves aiming fine crystals at the skin using a handheld device, which then loosens dead skin cells. You may require four or five sessions to see the biggest benefits.

Before starting your next anti-ageing treatment, you'll need to attend a consultation. At this session, your cosmetic specialist will determine which areas to tackle, as well as the number of therapies you need for the best results. At your consultation, consider asking whether you can try more than one treatment in a session to get more out of your appointment. 


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