Anti-Aging Treatments That You Need To Know About

Stop The Aging At An Early Stage!

With modern technology, there are many cutting-edge tools that help take control of the aging process. But for the ones that don’t want to go to the extreme, there are now great options that give subtle, natural-looking results without a lot of downtime. These small, minimally invasive treatments can help stave off major wrinkles and sagging.

Plusher Lips
Restylane Silk is the first filler designed and specifically FDA-approved for not only the lips themselves but also the lines around the upper lip. That region of the lips have been notoriously difficult to treat without making the mouth look swollen. However with Restylane Silk, the plumping molecules are so much smaller than those in regular Restylane.The lips don’t look bigger, just healthier and smoother. It only costs approximately $750 and lasts half a year.

Defined Cheeks
What we cherish so much – those smile lines form when the bone, muscle, and fat of the cheeks, thin out sometimes as early as your late twenties.  Sculptra (a poly-L-lactic acid filler), is put into the upper cheekbone area to pull and lift the skin back into place. Does it sound too good to be true? Well since the filler triggers the body to replace lost collagen, results may not be obvious for about three months. With good annual  maintenance, its effects last two to three years. Each of these vials cost around $900.

A Stronger Jawline
Aint nobody got time for sagging skin under the jawline and at the bottom of the neck!  Remedy this wih Ultherapy, uses ultrasound waves to tighten tissue that’s very deep down, above the muscle. Warning, this can be  uncomfortable. An alternate is Thermage CPT that uses radio-frequency energy. This is a different type of wavelength that doesn’t penetrate as deeply but at least its  less painful. Ultherapy works better for those with thicker, oily skin, and Thermage CPT for people with thin, delicate skin. The cost is around $2,000 to $3,000 for the lower face, jawline, and neck.

Source: Women’s Health Mag