Guest Post: Non invasive skin rejuvenation for great look

By Elise Morgan
Every woman strives to achieve the perfect skin that looks and feels young. Many of us undergo surgical procedures that can help them restore their beauty, but surgeries are highly invasive and many complications could occur. Thanks to the developed technology, today we have lots of non-invasive methods for skin rejuvenation, as well as some old and traditional ways of improving our skin.

Natural Scrubs

Exfoliation is key for young and fresh skin. Even though there are some medical alternatives, the best thing you can do is cleanse and rejuvenate your skin at home. Many ingredients can be helpful when making a natural scrub such as baking soda, oatmeal, honey, sugar, kefir, etc. For example, you can simply combine a teaspoon of brown sugar with a little bit of water, gently scrub it in your face in circular motions and rinse. This simple procedure can be done with any scrub you make, and your face will look fresh and clean every day.

Skin rejuvenation

Injection Treatments

Injectable treatments for skin rejuvenation have become extremely popular because they are the least invasive and the results show immediately. Botox is the best means of treating the motion wrinkles. Those wrinkles appear due to our facial expressions and constant movement of the face. Apart from Botox, you can have dermal fillers injected, which will make your skin smoother, younger and bring back its glow. Both of these treatments are painless and take only a few minutes. Pay a visit to professional facial rejuvenation clinic and hear from the professionals to see what would be the best treatment for your skin type.

Face Yoga

As you already know, yoga is good for the whole body, mind and soul. That is why you should start practicing yoga for your face. Face yoga is one of the healthiest, most non-invasive and the most eco-friendly way of making your face look younger. Also, it will help prevent any signs of aging and restore your natural beauty. It is highly beneficial for improving the circulation to your face, for improving the appearance of puffy eyes, hollow cheeks and double chin and for toning the facial and neck muscles; it can reduce headaches and neck pain, as well as promote your self-confidence. There are plenty of positions that you can practice, such as a lion pose for stretching the neck and jaw, clenched teeth smile for improved circulation and many other poses.

Non-ablative Laser Treatments

Non-ablative lasers are used to improve the overall look of your face, by removing wrinkles, brown spots or any minor scars. These lasers create heat in your skin without making any damage on the surface. This heat promotes the production of collagen in your skin, which makes the skin become tighter, thus looking healthy and young. Also, these lasers are often fractioned which enables them to deliver the heat into the skin through hundreds of tiny columns (microthermal treatment zones). This kind of approach allows your skin to heal much faster after the treatment, than it would if the entire area had been treated. Of course, there are lots of things to be careful about before the treatment, but the results are satisfying.

Creams and Lotions

Another easy and painless path towards young and flexible skin is through beauty products. It is important to clean your face at least twice a day with gentle cleansers or soaps that are based on natural ingredients such as some plant oils or glycerine. Regular soaps contain sodium lauryl sulphate which can dry out your skin. Also, you can rejuvenate your skin with various anti-aging creams, but make sure that they contain retinyl propionate or retinol, which are derivatives of the vitamin A. Read the labels of the products and look for ingredients such as peptides and sirtuin, which are proteins that help smooth the skin and improve its elasticity. Moisturising should also become a part of your daily routine. Use moisturisers that contain hyaluronic acid or glycerine which will plump the skin up and minimize the appearance of wrinkles. Finally, do not forget to properly protect your skin from the sun, by using creams and lotions that have at SPF of at least 30.

As you can see, going under the knife is not necessary for having fresh and youthful skin. Just take good care of it through living healthy lifestyle and choose your treatments wisely.

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3 Responses

  1. MAry says:

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  2. Clair Roberts says:

    These tips are beneficial for keeping the skin younger. But one of the best natural exfoliation for skin Aging is to maintain a healthy lifestyle and have a balanced diet that includes all nutrients. Drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water daily so that your skin remains well hydrated.

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