Well, the question above was posed to me by a client of mine…But before I answer the question, I would like to thank and remember all Veterans this November 12. I thought I had a tough job, but I think their job is harder!
Anyway, the response to the desire to maintain our youthful appearance and to the desire to do so quickly was the development of neuromodulators (e.g.., botox) and fillers. And yes, they can be done beautifully, but sometimes they result in unwanted effects and adverse reactions; and a change in our facial expressions. So what are holistic alternatives to neuromodulators and fillers? There are many, including lasers, radiofrequency, LED lights, near infrared, microcurrent, microneedle and more.
Some of them induce a healing response via a controlled wound to the skin, yet others stimulate the skin cells directly through oxygenation and increased circulation, yet without the healing cascade. As usual, they each have their place and time, advantages and disadvantages. The beauty of these is that you are treating the skin in the long run. In other words, you are maintaining and improving the quality of your skin, which to me lasts longer, as you’re trying to correct the root of the problem. They do act slower, since it takes on average about one month to activate collagen; and generally, you will need several treatments, but the answer is: YES we can tighten our skin and reduce those wrinkles holistically and with a high degree of satisfaction.
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