Wrinkle reduction in Newport is something that everyone over 30 will think about at least once or twice. Those who say that they find their wrinkles “liberating” are just lying to themselves and would gladly take an opportunity to get rid of them if they could. Thankfully, the prayers of men and women the world over have been answered, as there are many different types of wrinkle reduction and removal options out there. Best of all, these are virtually painless as well.
Types of Wrinkle Removal
- Microdermabrasion, whereby an aesthetic professional corrects wrinkles and helps to fade scars. This is best compared to sandpapering the skin, however, which can be somewhat painful. Indeed, inflammation, pain, scarring, and lasting pigmentation changes can occur following this treatment.
- Facial peels, or chemical peels, which are also performed by trained professionals. Here, a chemical product is placed on the skin, turning it rusty brown and crusty. This slowly flakes off, and the underlying skin is wrinkle-free. Unfortunately, it can be painful, recovery time is lengthy, and there is a risk of permanent pigmentation change and scarring.
- Laser resurfacing, which is becoming increasingly popular. It works in a similar way as the previous two methods, but in a less painful, more effective way. As such, there are still some risks of things like infections, scarring, burns, and pigment change, but those risks are mitigated quite significantly.
- Antiaging creams, which are very affordable and readily available from just about any store. The problem with these is that they are unregulated and often tested on animals. Unlike high-quality products such as Laneige, many of them are ineffective. Even the best antiaging cream can take around nine months before it works.
Unfortunately, there is no one single treatment that is 100% perfect. If there was, everybody would be at it! You need to take into consideration, therefore, what you hope to achieve, what you can afford, and how much time you have available.
The vast majority of men and women choose option 4, and this is understandable. After all:
- It doesn’t hurt.
- It’s cheap.
- There is no chance of permanent damage to your skin.
However, the reality is also that you will be using these creams for the rest of your life. You are likely to also find they don’t work well enough, which means you will end up getting a night cream, a day cream, a serum, a toner, a rejuvenator, and many other pots, lotions, and potions. When put together, this can become incredibly costly as well. And since many of these products are not sustainable in how they are manufactured, the idea that animals are dying just so you might have slightly fewer wrinkles also does not sit well. As such, presuming you have the luxury of choice, the most recommended option is to go for laser resurfacing, particularly if you want long-lasting effects. Alternatively, you may want to look into Botox, which doesn’t last as long.