The beauty industry is ever-evolving. Every day, new trends and treatments make their debut in an effort to help men and women find the fountain of youth. These treatments focus on a variety of common aging concerns including fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, large pores, dark circles and dryness. So, here are the top 5 anti-aging treatments for 2020.
HydraFacial. The HydraFacial can restore the skin and leave it with a refreshed, youthful look in no time. During a treatment, the revolutionary Vortex-Fusion delivery system will extract dirt and dead skin cells to gently exfoliate the skin. After the exfoliation process, a customized combination of skin boosters and anti-aging serums will give an immediate glow.
Dermaplaning. Dermaplaning works to eliminate “peach fuzz” and create a fresh, clean complexion. It removes old, dead skin cells, fine facial hair and light acne scars. To perform the treatment, a special stainless steel scalpel is feathered across your skin. Once done, a moisturizing sunscreen is applied to your baby smooth skin. Dermaplaning is also a great option for pregnant or breastfeeding ladies that cannot use chemicals or peeling agents.
Laser resurfacing. Laser resurfacing is a versatile treatment as it can diminish the appearance of a variety of skin imperfections such as fine lines, wrinkles, sun spots and scars. It uses a cutting-edge laser to target your client’s unique skin concern and does not take any downtime. The type of laser used will depend.
Microneedling. Microneedling can do wonders for the skin’s tone and texture while reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, acne scars and more. The treatment stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, leaving your clients with fresher, younger-looking skin.
Chemical peels. Chemical peels remove the top layer of skin revealing fresher, brighter skin. They can smooth away fine lines and wrinkles and reduce sun damage, hyperpigmentation, melasma and acne scars. The downtime your client will need depends on the intensity of the chemical peel, but mild and medium peels typically offer little to no downtime. If you perform a deeper peel, your client may have to set aside a few days to a week off for the healing.