The aging process involves the physical, psychological, and social changes a person goes through over time. This process begins younger than most think, as one of the first signs of aging is the loss of hearing high frequency noise above 20 kHz, which occurs when a person is in their teens. Physical signs of the aging process are more obvious, and while the cause of aging is still unknown, researchers and scientists are looking for ways to pause and even to reverse the aging process.
One of the latest developments in age reversal is rejuvenation. Separate from the study of life extension, rejuvenation has a history that dates back to the sixteenth century. Today’s technology is now able to eliminate the physical effects of aging, including damage done to tissue, organs, and cells. Rejuvenation focuses on repairing skin tissue and skin cells through the use of different tools and techniques. One of the best techniques in the industry is the use of lasers.
Laser skin rejuvenation significantly reduces the signs of aging by targeting damaged skin cells that cause wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, sun spots, acne marks, loose skin, scars, and other imperfections. By destroying the damaged skin cells, these lasers encourage the skin to grow new skin cells, ultimately eliminating any targeted issue.