There are many different levels of skin degradation that come with the passage of time. For some, skin problems manifest as minor things, such as a fine line here or there. Others may find that their skin sags severely or becomes discolored as they age. If you are suffering from any sort of skin blemishes, wrinkles, or sags, the good news is that help isn’t far away. It’s just a matter of comparing skin revival methods until you find one that fits your situation.
Methods for Peeling Unwanted Skin Problems Away
Many skin problems can be treated by procedures called peels. There are several different techniques that fall into the “peel” category. The most obvious is a chemical peel, which involves the use of specific acids and other ingredients to help erode dead cells and get rid of debris. Some chemical peels are mild, others offer a medium level of treatment, and some are known as deep chemical peels. Deep peels can produce the best immediate results, but they also come with more side effect risks and a higher time period for recovery.
Another way to perform a peel-like procedure to treat your skin problems is for your skincare clinician to use microdermabrasion tools to essentially accomplish the same thing as a chemical peel without the use of chemicals. Similar to laser devices, microdermabrasion tools are special machines that are often used for skincare. They use hard tips to sand off dead cells in much the same way that furniture can be smoothed out with sandpaper.
How Lasers and Microdermabrasion Tools are Different
Lasers and microdermabrasion tools are different because microdermabrasion tools do not use focused beams of light in the same way that lasers do. They also don’t create as much heat. In some ways, microdermabrasion tools can be better because some people have skin that is too sensitive to handle laser treatment. However, if you happen to be a good candidate to go under the laser then it might be your better choice because lasers are so accurate and versatile. They can treat a variety of skin issues in many different locations and ways. Some of them are meant to spot treat surface issues, while others can perform deep treatments on all of your skin’s layers.
Dermaroller Procedures to Cure Skin Problems
In some cases neither microdermabrasion nor laser therapy is the best choice, but there are other options as well. One of them is Dermaroller, or micro-needling. Micro-needling is a process by which tiny needles are used to puncture the skin with the expectation that the patient’s body will try to repair itself. While repairing the new damage, old damage will also be repaired and the body will produce more collagen, which will help to add to the general strength of all of the skin cells in the treatment area and sometimes beyond.
Other Clinical Ways to Revive Your Skin
In addition to all of the methods above, there are even more clinical ways to revive your skin. Intense Pulsed Light (IPL), ultrasound procedures, and radio frequency treatments are just a few of the other skincare clinic options that are available to you. The best way to pick one is to talk to a trained professional about your skin. Let them assess its condition and give you detailed descriptions of each procedure before you make a final choice.