Wrinkles are the creases or folds that develop in the skin over time as part of the aging process. The cause of wrinkles is usually years of sun exposure and the natural loss of collagen in the skin. However, they can also be caused by smoking, poor hydration, and habitual facial expressions. Many people find that their wrinkles have aged them prematurely, or have had a significant impact on their confidence. While there are hundreds of products on the market claiming to get rid of fine lines and wrinkles, there are few that actually work. Some creams and serums are great to use for preventative measures, but after wrinkles begin to develop, there are fewer treatment options from which to choose.
Laser skin rejuvenation is currently the leading wrinkle treatment in the industry. Using nonablative lasers, licensed medical laser technicians can target the damaged or dead skin cells that are causing each wrinkle. By creating microscopic wounds around the wrinkles, the skin begins to heal the wounds by creating new skin cells. These new skin cells take the place of the damaged ones, ultimately eliminating wrinkles from the targeted area.
Laser rejuvenation also increases collagen production, which tends to stop being produced in the body when people reach their 30s. Collagen is what is responsible for the skin’s tight, youthful appearance as well as its elasticity—all of which will be returned to the skin after just a few laser treatments. Laser rejuvenation can also be used to eliminate age spots, acne marks, scars, freckles, sun spots, and more.