Treatments to consider in your 20s:
Most people in their 30s are busy building careers, relationships, or families. They aren’t necessarily thinking of aging or wrinkle prevention. However, this is a prime time to instill good skin habits and to start a preventive or corrective skin regime.
For this group, facial treatments that work to correct issues such as large pores, oily skin, scarring, and fine lines by hydrating the skin or removing dead skin cells can be effective at keeping 30-something skin glowing.
Goal: The goal for this age group is to start a regular skincare regime to prevent the early onset of aging.
Treatments to consider in your 30s:
As you enter your 40s, you may notice deeper, more pronounced wrinkles near your eyes, nose, and mouth. Additionally, volume loss and sagging skin, due to a natural breakdown of collagen, are the main reasons why patients seek out anti-aging treatments in their 40s.
As you move through your 40s, the skin-care regimen you once relied on to keep your skin radiant may not be enough to affect fine lines and wrinkles. This is the time to take corrective actions.
At this stage, your skin may benefit from stronger laser rejuvenation treatments such as pulsed light (IPL) therapy. IPL can improve the color and texture of your skin without surgery and will work to undo some of the visible damage caused by sun exposure.
Microneedling with deep-tissue serum infusion is also an effective treatment option to improve the production of collagen and other healing factors in the skin. Patients at this stage can also turn to neurotoxin treatments such as Botox®, Dysport®, Xeomin®, or dermal fillers when they first notice wrinkles and fine lines on their face.
Goal: The goal for this age group is to reinvest in a corrective skin treatment regime that will address the signs of aging.
Treatments to consider in your 40s and beyond:
As we continue through our lifecycle, the skin begins to show signs of deep wrinkles, enlarged pores, or volume loss leaving the appearance of a hollow or sunken face. Often patients in this age group have the chief complaint of looking tired, even when they are not.
Well-placed fillers can replenish, lift and soften lines and folds can make a world of difference quickly for mature skin.
Another option for patients to consider is a non-surgical “mini-lift” using PDO Thread Lift. PDO stands for polydioxanone, a fully dissolvable suture that’s gently inserted under the skin to help lift and tighten while also stimulating new collagen growth. The sutures start dissolving at two months, but because they trigger new collagen growth, the age-defying benefits will continue, resulting in a natural-looking uplift and an intensely revitalized look with minimal to no downtime.
Chemical peels and energy based devices such as NeoGen and VIVA radiofrequency can be used to resurface aged and tired skin and replenish your skin with youthful collagen and a rejuvenated skin surface.
Goal: The goal for this age group is to look like the most well-rested, vibrant version of themselves.
At Solace Wellness Center & MedSpa, our holistic approach to skin and body care combines the most innovative technologies with bio-organic ingredients. Solace is a nurturing haven where you’ll discover a new sense of wellness and vibrance!
Our approach is to bring you the most advanced anti-aging skin and body treatments combined with eastern Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine principles that emphasize prevention and relaxation as part of healing and optimal wellness.
Contact us today and we can help you pick the best facial or treatment regime to keep your skin looking youthful, healthy, and glowing.