A young face is an ideal of beauty around the world, and thousands of years ago, people discovered various methods for rejuvenating faces. From the almost magical properties that Asians attribute to goji berries to preserve their youthful appearance, through alchemical efforts to reveal the secrets of eternal life and youth , to the most modern procedures, humanity has struggled for centuries with transience and the desire to stop time at that moment of each individual’s youth.
Today, we have all the knowledge about the skin and its mechanisms that we receive from the older generations, but also the most modern treatments and procedures that help us rejuvenate. That is why all those who have not yet discovered their elixir of youth have a wide range of possibilities. In this text, we will introduce you to some of the most effective ways if you want to rejuvenate your face in a short time.
Mesotherapy is a method of rejuvenation that listens to the natural needs of our face and follows the composition of our skin. It involves injecting mesotherapeutic cocktails with microneedles right into the mesoderm of the skin. These cocktails contain everything our skin needs to become brighter, smoother, and more elastic – almost immediately after the treatment. They contain vitamins, minerals, and often collagen – a substance responsible for the elasticity of the skin, which with aging and the negative impact of UV radiation begins to lack in our skin.
Due to the natural, non-invasive, and almost holistic approach to the needs of our skin, this therapy is becoming increasingly popular, especially for those with skin tone problems, cellulite, or hyperpigmentation, which it successfully fights.
Non-invasive hyaluronic fillers are another method that listens to the natural needs of our skin – this time for water. Hyaluronic acid is a humectant – a substance that binds water cells to itself, which keeps our skin sail, smooth, and hydrated. With hyaluronic fillers, we inject hyaluronic acid into the skin with a non-invasive procedure that requires a minimum recovery period.
Hyaluronic fillers reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles, increase skin volume and affect facial contouring. They can be applied to the cheekbones for the purpose of their non-operative lifting. Hyaluronic acid makes the lips fuller, increasing their volume – thus contributing to a youthful appearance.
Botox is one of the methods we often read about and which provokes conflicting opinions. This highly effective procedure works like anesthesia – by preventing the movement of the small muscles of our face, the skin is prevented from moving, wrinkling, and creating wrinkles.
However, this treatment is often criticized for a number of side effects. Since it is a toxin, its frequent use can lead to the death of the treated muscle tissue, and the very mechanism of functioning requires repetitive treatments. Therefore, it is very important to weigh all the benefits and consequences of a procedure before we decide on it, but also to find out about less invasive and less harmful alternatives.
Cosmetics on the market aimed at preserving the youthful appearance of the face are becoming more numerous. From creams, through serums and tonics to face masks, almost every manufacturer attributes to themselves the discovery of this true magic formula that will make us young. However, when choosing cosmetics, it is important to stick to a few important items if we want to rejuvenate in a short time.
Avoiding creams with strong chemicals is the first and perhaps the most important item of the selection process – all chemicals are deposited on our skin and under it and have a long-term negative effect on our pores. When choosing natural products, on the other hand, it is important to choose lighter preparations that are based on non-comedogenic oils. The comedogenicity of oil means its property of settling in our pores and preventing them from breathing. Such oils are jojoba oil, avocado, almond oil, peanut oil, sunflower oil. In addition, it is important to choose creams that contain exactly what our skin needs and those are the highly effective rejuvenating retinol, hyaluronic acid, and vitamins.
When we choose the way we will treat our face and our beauty, we also choose how we will treat our health. That is why non-invasive treatments such as hyaluronic fillers, but also cosmetic preparations that contain less harmful chemicals, are always a better choice. Behind every decision on the treatment of a person should be detailed research and consultation of those who are most professional in the field.