Saturday, April 13, 2013

Noninvasive Skin Treatments - A General Guide (Skin Care Blog Post)

1. Botox

Botox is a prescriptive medicine that is injected into your muscles to improve frown lines. It stops nerve impulses to the injected muscles that cause wrinkles.

It's a nonsurgical procedure, and takes little recovery time, but must be done by a health professional, and can cause problems with swallowing, breathing or speaking, or the spread of toxins.

2. Laser Resurfacing

Laser resurfacing uses intense light to break down skin, making skin heal itself by recreating new cells. The procedure is more intense, and is used to treat wrinkles.

A full face treatment takes up to two hours, but doesn't require overnight recovery. Skin may take up to several days to heal. It is advised that you protect skin very well, especially from sun light, after procedure.

3. Dermal Fillers

Often referred to as "soft facelifts," dermal fillers add soft tissue for your skin and gives your face a youthful plump. 

They are completely noninvasive. 

They don't treat severely sagging skin, but can provide a soft lift.     

4. Total Facial Rejuvenation

Total facial rejuvenation uses a combination of the above procedures to give you packaged youthfulness and allover appeal.

For more information about each procedure, and to see real-life before-and-after photos, please visit Sonata Laser, a westminster botox and laser aesthetics center.



  1. I have 22 years in future I would think make a treatment of this type, for now try to take care of my skin as much as possible so that when I'm 45 or 50 my skin is in the best possible state ...

  2. I've only had Botox injections in my neck to get relief from a neck injury.

  3. Have you tried any of these? I'm considering laser resurfacing but wanted opinions!


  4. I am sure this article has touched all the internet people. The effects written by you looks very good.
    Summer season is in our door so we should need to live aware about our skin. Have you any idea about summer skin care products?


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