Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

Today’s anti-wrinkle agents promise an attractive, youthful, wrinkle-free appearance. Many of the products help to activate the skin’s metabolism, which declines with age, and to stimulate the rate of cell division, encouraging the formation of new skin. Skin peeling treatment is available in the form of superficial, medium-depth and deep peeling. Superficial peeling can be done as part of the daily skin care programme. To do this, it is sufficient to follow the information provided with the product or, in some cases better, the instructions of a cosmetician or the person selling the product. Provided the information or instructions are followed properly, the use of peelings of this kind is without risks or side effects.
Peeling makes sense for older skin, from the age of about 40. Peeling treatment removes the dead cells from the skin’s surface, uncovering the younger cells underneath and so giving the skin a fresher appearance. At the same time, it stimulates growth of the skin cells. The skin therefore appears altogether younger and more attractive. The circulation of blood through the skin is also stimulated, so it presents a full and smooth appearance.

Medium and deep peelings should only be performed by experienced dermatologists in order to rule out risks such as scar formation and pigmentation disturbances. In the case of deeper peelings, and especially minor and major lifting operations to of the face and neck, it is essential to avoid over-correction. If the skin is stretched too tight, the result can be loss of facial expression, which is important in communication with other people and as a “mood communicator”. Until the folds that allow facial expression have formed again, the person may have a fixed and lifeless looking face, which other people have difficulty adjusting to. Provided a face lift is not overdone, however, it gives the person a relaxed, fresher and younger appearance.

The top priority for every correction should be to enhance the sense of self-esteem and well-being of the patient