Anti Ageing Treatments

4 x anti ageing treatments that help keep you looking younger

anti wrinkle injections

anti wrinkle injections commonly known as botox is a substance that, when injected into the muscles, can cause reduced activity in those muscles. it is most commonly used to reduce wrinkles on the skin of the face. botox has been used for this purpose since 2002 and botox treatment is now one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world with an estimated 150 million units sold annually. botox can also be used to treat a number of other conditions such as excessive sweating (in some cases) and spasms of certain organs

how does HIFU reduce wrinkles

hifu is a facial treatment that uses sound waves to remove wrinkles. it has been found to be less invasive than other methods of removing wrinkles and can provide the same results without downtime or other risks, such as infection. high intensity focused ultrasound (hifu) is a relatively new non-surgical method for removing wrinkles on the face. the technique was developed in china in 1994 and involves passing bursts of soundwaves over the skin, which creates heat that destroys small blood vessels near the surface of the skin, causing them to break down slower. hifu treatments are said to be more effective than injections because they are less invasive and have no downtime

how do facial pdo threads work in the face?

facial pdo threads are a minimally invasive procedure that are used to provide patients with fuller looking cheeks. these threads are implanted around the cheekbones, neck area and forehead, and work by lifting and supporting the underlying facial tissues. the threads work by adding volume. in addition, they can be used as a method of treatment for those who suffer from a condition known as bells palsy, which is caused by an injury or trauma to one side of the face that causes paralysis on that side of the body. 

what is plamere plasma treatment and how does it reduce wrinkles?

Plamere is a form of cold plasma therapy that activates skin cells to produce youthful-looking skin and can reduce wrinkles. the process involves two steps: damage control and rejuvenation. damage control reduces inflammation, tightness, redness, and puffiness through the use of vitamins a and e, antioxidants, amino acids, antioxidants (including retinol), natural peptides. rejuvenation aims to improve the appearance of aging by stimulating fibroblasts to produce collagen; improving blood flow; reducing oxidative stress; increasing circulation and oxygen levels in the skin; promoting healthy cell turnover.