Facial Treatments to Bring Back Your Youthful Skin

Woman receiving facial treatment

A lot of people have started using Botox as a beauty solution in New York to battle aging. However, the treatment only lasts three months. It can last for about four to six months before you need to go for another session. However, there are other methods that you can use to make your skin look youthful.

Get a Vampire Facial (PRP)

A vampire facial uses PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to encourage collagen growth and healing. The effects include a decrease in pore size and skin tightening.

The first step involves microdermabrasion. This removes dead skin cells and brightens your skin. Next, they give you the PRP treatment, and finally, a 20-minute LED treatment to speed up the healing process and encourage collagen growth.

Get a Chemical Peel

A traditional chemical peel is often used to reveal younger, smoother skin. The doctor applies a chemical to the area (such as face, neck, and hands) and encourages exfoliation. A VI Peel is designed to treat more than just wrinkles and lines; it is also used to treat acne, sun damage, and other signs of aging.

A VI Peel uses a mixture of several chemicals, which includes, Retin-A, beta-hydroxyl, and Vitamin C. All of these encourage skin regrowth and exfoliation.

Get these treatments regularly

Getting these treatments at regular intervals is essential in maintaining a youthful and smoother complexion. In many instances, for Botox and chemical peels, it all depends on how your skin reacts to the treatment. For many people, a Botox treatment will last four to six months.

You need to have chemical peels and VI peels at least once a month to maintain your skin’s glow and youthfulness. Once your skin begins to respond, you could start having the treatment every three to six months.

For Vampire Facials, their effects could last longer. But you need to do the treatment twice a year (every six months) to keep your skin smooth and wrinkle-free.

When you follow these methods, you can lessen the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Be sure to ask your physician which one suits you best.