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Anti Aging Solution

Accelerated skin aging is often the result of "micro-inflammatory" stress. This is highly common in sensitive skin and plays a prominent role in the onset of wrinkles and the loss of skin firmness. Sensitive skin also has a greater tendency to redness than normal skin. In course of time, this redness aggravates the loss of complexion uniformity.

Today, different kinds of anti-aging treatments are available ranging from basic skin care creams to surgeries. Choosing the appropriate method of treatment at the right time, by a well-experienced plays a key role in providing successful results.

Creams and topical treatments which include antioxidants, Vitamin A, C and E, alpha hydroxy acids, help a great deal in reversing the signs of aging.

To defend against moderate signs of aging, such as wrinkles around the eyes, forehead and frown lines, a minimally invasive procedure such as BTX, Fractional Photo rejuvenation, and chemical peels could be used.

For countering moderate to severe cases of aging, highly invasive procedures such as ablative laser, high strength TCA peels, and surgery are required to yield the best results. These procedures may require significant downtime and also harbor the risk of adverse effects.

The type of treatment recommended depends on the extent of intrinsic aging in the patient and Photodamage.