Skin restoration, anti-aging treatments
What are pigment spots?
Spots appear when the production of melanin increases abnormally and when the distribution of the overproduction of melanin is not evenly distributed on the surface of the skin. It then accumulates in certain areas and forms unsightly spots. They are also called age spots, because they mainly affect women and men from the age of 40. It is a major sign of skin aging. It is noted that nearly 90% of people over 70 years have age spots.
What can be done about it?
The range of applications is wide: redness, pigmentation, melasma, spots, seborrheic keratosis, dilated pores, acne scars, skin rejuvenation, tattoo removal.
Slackening of the oval of the face
What causes the oval of the face to sag?
From the age of 25, the aging process of the skin begins. The production of collagen and elastin being less important, the face loses its elasticity and firmness. Thus, from the age of 30, it is possible to notice the appearance of the first wrinkles. However, it is only after the age of 40 that the oval of the face becomes slacker. The contours are then less clear, the jowls appear separating the chin by a sort of depression. Thus, over time, the sagging contours of the face end up giving rise to certain complexes.
What aesthetic treatments can be used to remedy this?
To recover physical and psychological well-being, we have aesthetic solutions:
– NLift Protocol (Hydrodeluxe skinbooster session with Sectum)
Face Volumes restoration
What is volumes restoration?
From the age of 30 onwards, the face becomes deeper and begins to lose volume in certain areas, to varying degrees and at different rates depending on the individual. It is at this time that dark circles appear, the eyes deepen and the oblique furrow (valley of tears) that extends the dark circles appears. The loss of volume tends to affect the central region of the face, with a flattening of the cheekbones, which is combined with the sagging of the cheeks and the appearance of dark circles, the valley of tears and the nasolabial fold. It also affects the forehead, which loses its convexity and brings out the relief of the superciliary arches, as well as the temples, which become deeper from the age of 40.
What treatments can restore face volumes?
By identifying each area, evaluating the loss of volume and its impact on the other components of the face, it is possible to establish a treatment plan based on hyaluronic acid injections or autologous fat injection called Microfat. The practices are as follow:
Anti-wrinkle treatment (muscle relaxation):
What are wrinkles?
On average, the first wrinkles appear around the age of 25. From the age of 20, the production of collagen (elastin and hyaluronic acid) which are responsible for the skin’s suppleness and firmness, slowly declines.
How to reduce the appearance of expression wrinkles?
Improvement of the skin texture and hydration
How to improve your skin texture and hydration?
With age, the skin becomes dehydrated and the skin texture becomes granular, with dilated pores and wrinkles appear. This phenomenon is accentuated by negative environmental exposure (sun, tobacco, stress,..) and dehydration. Aesthetic treatments can be chosen to remedy these problems such as:
What are couperose and varicosities:
Couperose is a dilatation of small blood vessels that translates a capillary fragility. It is located on the wings of the nose, the cheeks and sometimes on the chin.
Varicosities appear when the venous valves can no longer close completely and blood stagnates. This increased pressure dilates the veins. This results in the appearance of purplish ramifications, namely: spider veins.
What aesthetic treatments are available to treat couperose and varicosity?
There are several treatments in aesthetic medicine that can help stimulate the restoration of the skin.
Eye contour area
Hollow and dark circles
What are dark circles?
With the sagging of tissues related to age and the melting of fat, dark circles become more pronounced and deeper. This is particularly visible under the lower eyelid area where the melting of fat creates a hollow that accentuates the aging process and gives the face a tired look.
What aesthetic treatments can be used to treat deep, dark circles?
Anti-aging treatments for dark circles:
Medical Blepharoplasty (Non surgical):
What is Blepharoplasty?
With age, it is not uncommon for the skin around the eyes to become stretched, causing excess skin on the upper eyelids. Indeed, due to the decrease in the production of certain hormones and collagen, which is used to connect and join the eyelids to the eye, the skin loses its tone and becomes slack, especially where it is thinner, as is the case around the eyes in particular. This sagging leads to a sad and tired look that can age the face.
Today, thanks to aesthetic medicine, a non-surgical eyelid correction treatment exists: