At some point, it’s difficult to ignore the signs of aging you see every day in the mirror, including sagging skin, age spots, and little wrinkles around your lips or eyes. Before, there used to be a few limited options for turning back the clock without going through surgery. However, today you may soften the effects of time on your face with many non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

For people who don’t want to go through invasive surgery, there are semi-permanent and permanent non-invasive options. These options have little recovery times and are designed to guide you cut corners in your day-to-day beauty routine. Some of these procedures include the following:

  1. Dermal Fillers 

Dermal fillers may help you achieve a fuller and smoother look in your facial skin, which has lost volume because of aging. The fillers may also address acne’s appearance, hollow areas, deep wrinkles, and fine lines.

Basically, there are different kinds of dermal fillers, including calcium hydroxylapatite (CaHA) and hyaluronic acid (HA). Calcium hydroxylapatite is a naturally occurring substance found in the bones. When used in fillers, the particles of calcium are microscopic and suspended in a smooth gel. On the other hand, hyaluronic acid enhances the skin’s contour and decreases depressions in the skin because of injuries or scars. The results are temporary and last for around 12 months before the body starts to absorb the calcium particles. Apart from calcium hydroxylapatite and hyaluronic acid, dermal fillers may also include:

  • Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA)
  • Polyalkylimide
  • Polylactic acid
  1. Laser Hair Removal

If you are not really happy with waxing, tweezing, or shaving to get rid of unwanted hair, laser hair removal might be the best option to consider. Laser hair removal is a common cosmetic procedure in the United States. The procedure uses aesthetic lasers to remove hair in different parts of the body, including bikini line, underarm, chin, leg, back, and face.

The usual removal procedures may be expensive and tiring, and having too much hair may make you look unhygienic. For this reason, it would be best to opt for laser hair removal because it’s convenient and safe and may keep your skin preserved.

  1. Botulinum Toxin Injections

The cosmetic type of botulinum toxin is a common injectable, which temporarily eliminates and reduces fine facial lines. The most common places that the toxin injection treats include forehead creases, frown lines, thick jaw muscles, and crow’s feet around the eyes.

Rarely, the side effects of botulinum injection spread to different parts of the body, and if it does, the impacts might be more severe. Therefore make sure you call your doctor if you experience the following symptoms:

  • Vision problems
  • Trouble breathing
  • All-over muscle weakness
  • Problems swallowing or speaking

Concluding Remarks!

Some of the exciting developments in the medical sector are observed in the area of cosmetic surgery. New procedures are constantly evolving to keep up with the increasing demand of patients who look good and still maintain their health and natural appearance.

Among the interesting trends in cosmetic surgery involves the introduction of non-surgical procedures. Whether you want to deal with acne or sagging skin, non-invasive procedures are affordable and more accessible to help you have a beautiful look.