As we get older, our skin naturally develops fine lines and wrinkles. These are most prominent on the facial areas around the eyes and mouth. This happens due to skin losing its elasticity and producing less collagen. Environmental factors such as spending time in the sun can also cause them to develop. Some people love their wrinkles but other’s want to diminish their appearance. If you’re looking to treat fine lines and wrinkles here are 5 of the best treatments!
1. Forma Skin Tightening
Forma Skin Tightening works by using radio frequency waves to stimulation the natural production of collagen in the skin. Controlled amounts of heat are produced during the process, which rapidly creates the new collagen and increases elasticity. This helps tighten the skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
2. MicroPen Microneedling
MicroPen Microneedling sounds more painful than it is. Small needles puncture the skin and promote collagen production. This device is one of the most advanced medical-grade needling devices on the market. It does wonders at treating wrinkles and fine lines, plus it also treats hyperpigmentation, acne scars, and stretch marks!
3. Fractora Skin Resurfacing
Fractora Skin Resurfacing uses a needling device that penetrates the skin to create small channels of heat. This allows the body to tap into it’s natural healing process and increase collage production. Damages skin cells are destroyed and new ones created, which produces tighter and smoother skin eliminating those pesky lines!
4. Wrinkle injections
Wrinkle injections might seem scary, but they’ve come a long way since they were first introduced. We use Xeomin, which provides a more natural appearance. With Xeomin our expert injectors can form and contour to the client’s desired shape.
5. Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers are a gel-like substance made from materials naturally found in the body. They work by adding volume to targeted areas on the face, such as the cheeks, lips, and mouth. Fillers can be used to treat wrinkle and fine line heavy areas reducing their appearance.