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Non-invasive Cosmetic Treatments

  • Written by Scarlet Gratton


In a world where everyone is chasing perfection, plastic surgeries have become more and more common to the point where it’s odd if you don’t get one during your life. However, with cosmetic surgery becoming more and more available and more people getting it done, the standards have dropped, and while the techniques are safer, not everyone providing the services is a professional. That is when the rise of non-invasive procedures came, since they are a much safer option for anyone who wants to explore the options of cosmetic procedures without going under the knife. And here are the most popular ones that you can get today:

    1. Microneedling

Unlike procedures that work against your skin to change it and shape it in a way that isn’t natural for it, microneedling works by stimulating your skin to repair itself. To understand it, we have to look at the science behind it: when we are injured, and our skin is punctured, our bodies produce more collagen to help repair the skin in the place of the injury, but that also happens to be the chemical that keeps our skin tight and youthful. What microneedling does is create thousands of microscopic wounds on your face that trigger the skin’s healing response, repairing any damage on the skin, such as pigmentation, scarring and spots. There are also home kits available, but they aren’t recommended for people with acne or otherwise problematic skin.

    1. Fat freezing

It might sound like magic, but the way this was discovered is quite fascinating. Look closely, and you will see that kids who suck on icepops have dimples, and that’s not by accident. The cold treat freezes the fat on the inside of the cheeks, leaving a thinner layer. That same method is applied in fat freezing, only with your entire body, or certain problem areas. It’s a great way to get rid of any unwanted fat that you just can’t shake off with exercise.

    1. Dermal treatments

There are so many ways you can treat the skin on someone’s face. There are chemical peels, masks, massages and so many other treatments that do different things. However, if you are looking to get your face rejuvenated and glowing, what you want to look for is something like this cosmetic clinic in Perth that will look at your face and create a custom treatment that will do exactly what you want it to. Bespoke skincare should have by now made us aware of how important it is to approach every person and every sin individually, and procedures shouldn't be any different, because what worked on someone else might not have the same effect on you.

    1. Dermal fillers

If you feel like your face just doesn’t have the youthful shape it used to have, and you want to bring your eyebrows a bit higher and have sharp, defined cheekbones without having to contour them every morning, you don’t have to go under the knife. There is a much better and safer solution now, known as dermal fillers. It’s a solution that is injected right under the skin that helps reshape your face. The best part is – it’s not permanent. If you aren’t happy with the results, they will pass after a few months or several years, depending on the fillers.

    1. Microblading

This popular procedure has been putting eyebrow pencils right out of business. It’s a semi-permanent tattoo done on the eyebrows. Each individual hair is drawn on, giving you a fuller, completely natural look. You can follow the shape of your natural brow or change it completely, although if you are going for a change make sure you are drawing it out for a while first to see if that’s really the shape you want. It’s a great help for victims of the 90’s overplucked eyebrows trend that left a lot of women with very few hairs to work with.

 

No matter what you opt for, make sure that you are doing your research and going to a professional clinic, or getting all the information available if you are doing it at home. Even though these procedures are non-invasive, you shouldn’t be doing most of them by yourself so, talk to the experts, see what they think is the best way to get the desired results and you will have the best experience possible.

 

Scarlet is a passionate writer and regular contributor at highstylife interested in fashion, lifestyle, and health. She loves traveling, you could say that she is a real travel addict, especially when she has a chance to visit some exotic destinations. She would tell you that inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places.

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