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How to Get Younger-Looking Skin: A Three-Step Approach to Anti-Aging
How do the stars do it? No matter how many years go by, certain Hollywood beauties never seem to age. The good news is that you can use the same three techniques they use to achieve the same results. Read on or watch the video above to learn how each part of this three-pronged approach helps combat indicators of aging skin.
1. Do It Yourself
At-home treatments form the basis for any solid anti-aging skincare regime. The doctors at Gardens Dermatology can set you up with cleansers, serums, creams and toners designed to build collagen, tighten skin, repair sun damage and even your skin tone.
The second step is to see an aesthetician who can apply any of several available anti-aging treatments.
• Chemical peels reveal new skin that is less wrinkled and are especially effective at reducing the appearance of fine lines around the eyes and mouth.
• Microdermabrasion involves the aesthetician buffing away old skin with special exfoliating crystals to reduce the appearance of brown spots or other discolorations and minor scars from acne, accidents and diseases.
• A photofacial uses light-based technology to stimulate collagen production. This approach works well to address brown spots, redness, spider veins and broken capillaries.
All of the aestheticians at Gardens Dermatology happily offer free consultations to patients who want to learn more about their options and the results they can achieve.
It’s no surprise, but more invasive treatments often produce the most dramatic results.
The dermatologists at Gardens Dermatology offer a variety of options that place fillers like Botox ®, Restylane® and Juvederm® under the skin to tighten its appearance, enhance its contours and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
When combined, these three techniques can address discoloration, dullness, wrinkles, lines and other signs of aging to keep you looking as timelessly beautiful as the stars on the big screen. Learn more at http://www.gardensdermatology.com.