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BEST ANTI AGING AND SKIN CARE TIPS AND PROCEDURES FOR WOMEN

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  • BEST ANTI AGING AND SKIN CARE TIPS AND PROCEDURES FOR WOMEN

    BEST ANTI AGING AND SKIN CARE TIPS AND PROCEDURES FOR WOMEN
    Skin is central in the visual and social experience, as it clearly reflects consequences of aging. Skin aging is influenced by various factors including excess alcohol consumption, ultraviolet radiation, environmental pollution and tobacco abuse. In addition, few people realize that as body weight enhances, and their blood sugar levels rise, biochemical reactions disrupt the structural framework of the skin. Combined, these factors lead to cumulative deterioration in skin appearance and function. Within the skin, aging is associated with slower rate of cellular renewal, a loss of fibrous tissue, and a reduced glandular and vascular network. Barrier function that maintains cellular hydration becomes impaired. The subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis) flattens, specifically in the hands, face, and feet.

    Useful Anti-Aging Skin Care Tips for Women
    Aging can change the skin's appearance as early as your 35th birthday or by later in midlife, depending on the habits. You cannot control certain factors like falling estrogen levels that lead to sagging skin or genetics that give you a specific bone structure. But there are also plenty of external influences on how your skin ages and the right anti-aging care can help blunt their damage.
    • Best face care tips must include regular use of cleansers. Dermatologists recommend gentle, fragrance-free cleansers for all skin types.
    • The best anti-aging tips must include antioxidants. Protect your skin with these powerful ingredients. The antioxidants green tea, resveratrol, vitamins E and C, and polyphenols are mostly recommended. They prevent collagen from breaking down.
    • The beauty care tips must include regular use of sunscreen. Always wear sunscreen — even if you are spending the day inside. Always look for products with titanium dioxide as the active ingredient.
    • Remember to wash face every night. Use a gentle cleanser and apply it in circular motions to enhance blood circulation to the skin.
    Anti aging skin care tips must include the regular use of retinol. At night regularly use retinol. Retinol is an antioxidant, and thus can interrupt free-radical damage process that causes skin to look and act older. This action helps prevent wrinkling and enhances collagen production.
    • Retinol is effective at managing eczema and acne, as well as improving wrinkles and discolorations from sun damage.

    Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures to Prevent the Signs of Aging
    Today women can prevent, reduce, or even erase the signs of aging without resorting to surgery. Non-surgical aesthetic treatments, commonly known as cosmetic skin procedures, can reduce the appearance of facial lines, wrinkles, broken blood vessels, unwanted hair, acne scars and large pores. Stopping aging process and living eternally has been an enduring human desire. Cosmetic medicines have developed a number of non-surgical procedures, which can camouflage effects of the sun exposure and passing years. These procedures seem to be gaining in popularity versus surgical procedures.

    Botox
    Three different forms of botulinum toxin are commonly available (Dysport, Botox Cosmetic, and Xeomin) for the injection of facial muscles. This bacterial protein temporarily paralyzes muscles that received the injection. Certain types of wrinkles, such as those on the forehead and at corners of the eyes, diminish if muscles producing them cannot contract normally. A small volume of toxin and a thin needle minimize the pain of the injection. After toxin injection, there is a loss of the muscular control that takes up to a week to reach maximum effect; the portions of the affected face appear relaxed and calm. The effect lasts about three months so patients must receive injections at regular intervals for the maintenance.

    Chemical Peel Basics
    Chemical peels utilize a variety of substances to remove the upper layer of skin in order to exfoliate outer layers. The depth of peel depends on the type of chemical, its concentration, and length of time it remains on the skin. Lactic acid, glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid (TCA), salicylic acid, and phenol are some of the chemicals utilized in cosmetic peels. There is an improvement over skin's pre-peel state after the skin heals. Mild peels can be repeated every few weeks for the desired effect. Deeper peels can cause some initial discomfort as well as swelling and crusting of the face. Deep or moderate facial peels can be repeated at 6 to 12-month intervals.

    Microdermabrasion Basics
    Microdermabrasion treatment is a procedure whereby silicon crystals are propelled by air onto the skin surface, producing a small amount of inflammation. The minimal swelling produced by the technique can improve the appearance of superficial wrinkles. The results are temporary and should be repeated at frequent intervals.

    Non-ablative Laser (Fraxel) Basics
    The idea of non-ablative lasers such as Fraxel is to protect outer layers of the skin while treating only the deeper dermis. Topical anesthetic decreases the pain associated with the procedure. Since surface layers are preserved while the deeper layers of the skin sustain change and new collagen is generated.

    Diode Laser Techniques
    Diode laser is a technique that can achieve significant improvements by destroying the oil-producing glands for those with severe acne. Diode Laser penetrates below the surface layer of the skin without damaging the outermost layer. Side effects are temporary and include inflammation and redness.
    Dermatologists are the most qualified professionals available to provide the most effective and safe non-surgical aesthetic treatments.

    Author Bio: Sreeja is a student of dermatology who is passionate about writing informative articles on various topics of cosmetic surgery and aesthetic dermatology for raising the general awareness of the readers. Check us Out at:http://www.thenewyou.in/.

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      Great Article! I also work for the Plastic Surgery Portals and read types of articles related to Plastic Surgery to gain the best knowledge.

    • NutritionBalance
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      i wanted to ask if there any home remedies or anything we can try easily...

    • lisanicholsraj
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      This is good information. I am going to share my personal experience. I always wash my face before going to bed with using face massager. It helps me to remove dirt from my skin. You can also use if you want to keep your glamour level. Here you can get a complete information on face massager: and I hope you will also like this additional information.
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