Rejuvenation Does Not Necessarily Mean Surgery
December 15, 2014
There is a lot of concern about whether surgical rejuvenating procedures are actually good in the long run. At first, this stemmed from the fact that cosmetic surgery was new and unknown. However, the issue gained a broader interest as time went by. Now these practices are much more common—anything but new or unusual. However, evidence is now pointing to the fact that as you continue to age after plastic surgery, the “remedy” may become even worse than the original condition.
The good news is there are other ways of being comfortable in your skin, without needing to put yourself through risky procedures with uncertain consequences. If you believe that it’s better in the long run to go the natural way, you are not alone. Fortunately for you, there are simple and healthy ways to look young while remaining young in spirit, too. However, depending on your genetics and current lifestyle, there is only so much that a balanced diet, enough water, and daily exercise can do, at least quickly.
There are, however, other aesthetic treatments that do not require surgery. Some of these more “natural” treatments are quite common; others not so much. It could be good to visualize these alternatives as a middle point between a totally naturalistic let-it-be attitude and surgery. Some of them are:
- Laser hair removal
- Body creams
- Intense pulsed light (IPL)
- Acutip (another light treatment)
- Chemical peels
You will notice that there are a couple light treatments on this list. Light treatments appear to be very eye-catching for most people. It’s quite a revolutionary technique that has proven to effectively erase sun spots and facial blood vessels. Of course, if you are trying to rejuvenate your skin, the use of some creams (dermo-moisturizers particularly) also come highly recommended by those in the know. If you are willing to do some research and spend some extra money on skin care products from your local pharmacy, you might be surprised to notice a substantial difference—all without going under the knife! Try some out and talk to your doctor to find out the best options for you.