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Wrinkles Are So Last Year. You Deserve a Better Face Already

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They happen to all of us. Wrinkles are inevitable as we age, but that doesn’t mean that you have to live with them if they make you unhappy. You deserve to look and feel amazing. Get to know the best nonsurgical treatments for skin rejuvenation so you can put your best face forward and love how you look.

Injectable Fillers

As we age, it is quite common to lose of fullness in the face. Fillers can be injected into your cheeks, lips, around your eyes and along your brow line to help plump up your skin and add volume to any lacking areas. BOTOX® is one of the most well-known and popular treatments available today. Injectable fillers can be administered during a lunch break and provide quick and effective results.Making them one of the best nonsurgical treatments for skin rejuvenation.

Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are great options for addressing various signs of aging with no downtime. Also known as soft tissue fillers, this treatment involves injections of substances administered beneath the surface of the skin to add volume and fullness to a specific area of the face. For example, hyaluronic acid may be injected around the eyes to plump up the area and counteract volume loss that is common as we get older.

Chemical Peels

Treat yourself to a non-invasive, low-risk way to refresh your face by resurfacing the superficial layers of dead skin.

When it comes to the skin on your face, you sometimes need to get rid of the old to discover the new. Chemical peels may be able to address issues such as uneven skin tone, age spots, freckles, fine lines, scars or sun damage. There are many different kinds of peels that work well with various skin types to meet your specific needs.


Microneedling may be an option to treat acne scars, fine lines, wrinkles and stretch marks. The goal here is to encourage the skin’s natural healing process and increase cell turnover via tiny, microscopic punctures. During this type of treatment, a device containing tiny microneedles of about 0.1mm in diameter is used to cause minimal damage to the upper epidermal layer, which aims to increase collagen and elastin production for a younger-looking appearance.


Microdermabrasion may help to stimulate collagen production in the skin and may also be highly effective in minimizing the appearance of acne, acne scars, sun damage and small wrinkles.

During microdermabrasion, a handheld wand is used to essentially polish your facial skin with microscopic crystals, which then exfoliates with vacuum suction. Redness and discomfort may occur, though they should be minimal as your skin heals.

Laser Therapy

Wrinkles, age spots, sun spots and acne scars may be targeted by laser therapy treatment. Laser therapy can help stimulate cell generation and the production of collagen and elastin within the dermis by heating the underlying skin layers with the laser.

One popular laser treatment option is Intense pulsed light (IPL) photorejuvenation. IPL therapy involves gentle pulses of intense light that penetrate the layers of the skin over the target area without causing damage. The heat impairs the pigmentation in the skin, allowing the body to start healing itself naturally while kick-starting collagen production. With IPL photorejuvenation, there is little to no downtime so you may be able to return to work and/or your usual routine following your treatment session.


Wrinkles Are So Last Year. You Deserve a Better Face Already
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Wrinkles Are So Last Year. You Deserve a Better Face Already
Learn about the best nonsurgical treatments for skin rejuvenation from Dr. Lynn Klein of Aesthetic Dermatology in the Bala Cynwyd and Philadelphia areas.
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