Are you personally responsible for at least half of your mother’s grey hairs and worry lines? Well, you can’t go back in time and undo your wild teenage years, but you can let your mom know that the right combination of med spa treatments could help minimize some of the wrinkle damage your younger self inadvertently caused.
This injectable treatment can work wonders on the eyes and forehead, making BOTOX® one of the most common anti-wrinkle treatments. The procedure is so quick and simple that your mom could fit it into her lunch break and won’t need any downtime afterwards.
Always be sure to work with a board-certified plastic surgeon, even for seemingly simple nonsurgical anti-wrinkle treatments.
ProFractional Laser Resurfacing
If your mother is bothered by age spots, acne scars or sun spots alongside fine lines, she may benefit from ProFractional Laser Resurfacing. Your plastic surgeon’s clinic can provide full information but, in short, there’s a wide range of benefits and minimal downtime.
Loss of facial volume is another effect aging may have on your mother’s sweet and long-suffering face, leaving her fondly reminiscing about the days of plumper cheeks. JUVÉDERM® can help add volume and target worry lines for a more youthful look by restoring hyaluronic acid.
This tailored treatment uses laser technology to combat mild wrinkles, sun damage and irregular pigmentation to leave your mother looking and feeling refreshed and more youthful. Your plastic surgeon’s clinic can provide her with skin care products to use after her MicroLaserPeel to assist the results.
If you want to find a way to apologize for all those wrinkles you’ve contributed, contact your plastic surgeon’s clinic to arrange a consultation.
At Pacifica Center for Plastic Surgery, Dr. Daniel G. Kolder, M.D. has established one of the most reputable plastic surgery practices in Southern California. The practice draws patients from Camarillo, Simi Valley, Oxnard, Los Angeles, Malibu, Santa Barbara, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks and all of Ventura County.