Non-surgical cosmetic skin rejuvenation involves the use of injectables to revive the skin’s youthful look. It provides an alternative or a complement to other cosmetic procedures, such as facelifts and other popular injection treatments like Botox and derma filler injections, which are aimed at reversing the physical manifestations of aging on the skin.
These injectables are utilized to restore the skin’s natural and more youthful texture and glow. It can also provide the skin a fuller volume and more toned look.
As with similar procedures, it is important to practice moderation when availing of skin rejuvenation treatments, not only to prevent one from overspending on unnecessary touch-ups, but also to ensure that results look as natural as possible.
PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma) by REGENLAB
PRP uses the patient's own blood plasma as the substance to be injected to improve the texture and glow of aged skin. Its effect is to decrease the size of pores, and to improve skin elasticity and volume.
Besides these aesthetic uses, PRP injection can also be used as a cure for joint pains resulting from arthritis or sport injuries. It may also aid in healing persistent wounds among diabetics.
Redensity I by TEOSYAL
This product’s main objective is to restore the skin’s natural ability to reflect light, thereby reviving its more youthful glow. It combines hyaluronic acid and a derma-restructuring complex composed of amino acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to the skin, which are administered to the skin via a series of evenly performed microinjections. Treatment areas include the face, neck, neckline, décolletage, and hands.
What patients need to know about Skin Rejuvenation
|Procedure||The chosen treatment substance will be directly injected into pre-identified areas of the skin. This will consist of even microinjections, in the case of Redensity I. For PRP, platelets and plasma from the patient’s own blood sample are first derived and activated before injection is done.|
|Length||30-45 minutes for PRP; 30 minutes for Redensity I|
|Side Effects||- For Redensity I, temporary needle marks and slight swelling|
|Risks||- For Redensity I, allergic reaction (rare)|
|Recovery||Patients receiving PRP treatment may immediately resume their normal activities. They can also proceed with make-up application 12 hours after the treatment. As for Redensity I treatment recipients, side effects take about 2-4 days to subside, but normal activities may also be resumed after treatment.|
|Duration of Results||For about one year.|