VOGUE: 73 questions w/ Victoria Beckham

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Skin Treatment With and Without Laser Devices

If you have any sort of skin problem, it can be embarrassing and frustrating. However, it’s likely that it can also become a thing of the past. There are, after all, many different ways to treat everything from oily skin and acne to dry skin, wrinkles, or other blemishes. The trick is in choosing a treatment that has the best chance of being successful.

Facelift Surgery Should be a Last Resort

As far as skincare success goes, nothing is usually more successful or faster than full-blown surgery. So, having a facelift might make the sense to you. However, don’t let the allure of fast results draw you in too quickly. Facelifts can be expensive, come with harsh side effects, involve a lot of time to recover, and are only good if the problem is actually on your face or neck. That’s why it’s usually best to consider a facelift only as a last resort.

The First Line of Skin Defense

The first line of skin defense should always be a good at-home care routine. That should include things like sunscreen, moisturizer, exfoliating scrubs, and possibly medicated serums, depending on your skin issue. Some creams and lotions, when used over time, can prevent or reverse certain skin damage. You can also try using at-home light therapy devices as a way to treat your skin.

Having Laser Therapy at a Clinic

If even at-home light therapy doesn’t work, you might want to have laser therapy done at a clinic, instead. Clinic Ny Laser Outlet who sells laser equipment (purchase it here)  that is much stronger than anything you would use at home. It is designed to be used only by trained professionals for a reason. It’s too powerful to be used by just anyone.

Laser treatments come in many forms. Some have a strong impact on the epidermis, or outer layer of skin. Those are usually the ablative laser treatments. Others are better at treating the lower layers while somehow leaving the upper layer untouched. Those are called non-ablative treatments. A third option that many people haven’t even heard of is Fraxal laser therapy, which basically drills tiny columns through all layers of the skin.

Choosing the Best Laser Treatment Option

There are devices designed to treat wrinkles, others designed to treat acne scars, and others designed to “resurface” the skin and give it a generally healthier glow. Some types of lasers are better at treating light skin, some are designed to deal with “problem” skin that is overly dry or overly oily. The process of choosing the best one for you is going to be difficult unless you consult an expert.

 

Sometimes No Laser Treatment is the Best Option

If you do choose to discuss your laser treatment options with a medical professional, remember that they could tell you that no laser is a good laser for you. If that happens, don’t be discouraged. After all, there are many other skincare methods available to you, including chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments. When one door closes, another one may open, and eventually you will be able to walk through that newly opened door and come out the other side with healthier skin.

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