Sun damage, acne, injuries, and the natural aging process can make skin look weathered and dull.
Many effective nonsurgical treatments are available to help you look youthful and refreshed.
What can skin rejuvenation do for me?
Real Solutions for Skin Imperfections
Fewer Blemishes and Signs of Aging
Laser treatments, chemical peels, and IPL (intense pulsed light) can be used to reduce large pores, discoloration, and prominent blood vessels. Most skin rejuvenation treatments can address fine lines and wrinkles.
Scar ReductionPeels, microdermabrasion, and laser resurfacing reduce scars by removing the top layers of skin and encouraging the development of healthy new tissue. Fillers make deep scars less prominent by adding volume to shallow areas.
Tighter, Lifted Skin
You can achieve tighter skin and a subtle lift with laser resurfacing and thermal tightening. Fillers containing hyaluronic acid help skin retain moisture for greater elasticity and firmness.
2.7 Million Had Nonsurgical Skin Rejuvenation in the U.S. in 2017
Real Patient Results
The Cost of Skin Rejuvenation
Nonsurgical skin rejuvenation varies greatly in price, from less than $100 per treatment to several thousand dollars. These treatments are considered elective, meaning that insurance plans do not typically provide coverage. Fortunately, there are many financing options available to help you budget for rejuvenated skin.
Skin Rejuvenation May Be Recommended If You:
Want Healthier-Looking SkinIf you feel self-conscious due to signs of aging, blemishes, or discoloration resulting from sun damage or other factors, these treatments are worth considering.
Are Not Ready for SurgeryThese treatments cannot provide the dramatic results that surgery can, but they do provide noticeable rejuvenation that can be maintained for many years.
Have Realistic Expectations
These treatments cannot make a 40-year-old look like a teenager, but they can provide a significant enhancement.
Which skin rejuvenation treatment is right for me?
Surgery Is the Most Effective Alternative
There are topical skin treatments and supplements intended to replenish collagen and reduce signs of aging, but many doctors agree that these products are not effective. Moisturizers can reduce the prominence of very small wrinkles, but the results are subtle and last only a matter of hours. The most effective alternative is surgery. The results of surgery are dramatic and long-lasting, but require a much greater investment of money and recovery time.
If you want to reduce skin imperfections, but do not feel ready for surgery, skin rejuvenation is a popular and effective solution. Meet with your doctor to find out what these treatments can do for you.