Methods to Force Your Skin to Improve and Repair Itself!
Q: What is a good anti-aging product regimen?
A: Topical key elements for healthy skin are as an important regimen as your daily oral dose of vitamins. Everyone should be using a medical grade foundation of topical products beginning with a good cleanser, toner, topical vitamin A, C, antioxidants, peptides, growth factors and sunscreen.
Q: What is the average topically applied product penetration rate?
A: The approximate amount is in the region of only 7-10%.
Q: How can I improve the product penetration rate?
A: Our skin has a layer of dead cells piling up as a barrier to the world. Getting through this barrier and exfoliation the dead cells off is a key to increasing the penetration rate of products. This can be done utilizing scrubs, masques, microdermabrasion, using a cosmetic beauty roller and chemical peels.
Q: What is a cosmetic beauty roller?
A: This is a rolling micro needling device that can be used regularly at home to comfortably penetrate the dead skin cells by creating microscopic holes (0.2-0.3mm) allowing for more than 80 % better product penetration! This home treatment will increase your product results dramatically.
Q: How is Medical Micro Needling different than using a home beauty roller?
A: A cosmetic roller is designed primarily to increase your product penetration rate while a Medical Micro Needling treatment is a non-ablative way to force the skin’s natural ability to create new cell turnover, collagen, and elastin for a healthier, younger looking skin. This is done by stimulating a wound healing cascade caused by controlled injury with micro needles that range from a depth of 0.5-3.0mm depending on the condition you are treating. This treatment can be comfortably done by your Aesthetician after applying a topical numbing cream. The down time is typically only a few hours of appearing as you have a sunburn.
Q: How do Chemical Peels help improve skin?
A: A chemical peel is a controlled and safe way to injure the sluggish dead skin, stimulating rejuvenation of collagen effecting your overall complexion and skin quality. Your Aesthetician chooses from a variety of safe acids that are specifically designed to encourage new cell turnover and slough off old dead and damaged skin cells. The down time is depending on the strength of the peel, and your regeneration rate. The average person may experience some degree of peeling, redness, and tightness of the treated areas for approximately 5-7 days. Many clinical treatments like chemical peels and micro needling will achieve more effective results after a series of 3.
For more information on a professional, personalized skin care regimen contact a qualified Aesthetician at www.pvps.com or give us a call at 904-273-6200
*reference The Concise Guide to Dermal Needling, Expanded Medical Edition by Dr. Lance Setterfield, M.D. 1.11.16kl
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