5 Non-surgical Aesthetic Beauty Therapy Alternatives

We are living in the day and age where it is a trend to have a Brazilian butt-lift. So as of course, there would be numerous aesthetic beauty therapy alternatives subject to your choice. The worst thing that could happen is that you get ‘botched,’ so after conducting thorough research, we have narrowed down 5 of the best alternatives according to affordability, effectiveness, and overall customer satisfaction. 

1.Laser Skin Resurfacing

SpaMedica is one of the five-star facilities that offer this revolutionary treatment. There are many different forms of laser skin rejuvenation out there, namely: carbon dioxide, ablative and non-ablative, erbium, and radiofrequency therapies. All these types of lasers aim to activate elastin and collagen fibers within the skin, making it a popular treatment for patients who suffer from age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone, environmentally damaged skin, and hyperpigmentation.

2.Botox

Botox has become increasingly popular among people who want to target saggy skin, as it becomes a procedure that can be carried out by registered nurses. Although we must stress the importance of validating any therapist’s certification to ensure they know what they are doing. Results are visible within a few hours after a quick 15-minute Botox session. Botox is a liquid that is composed of a bacterium protein that relaxes the muscle tissue of the face and neck, which enables the skin to look smoother and plumper, resulting in a more youthful appearance.

3.Dermal Fillers

Dermal Fillers are best implemented in the early stages of aging, especially as the slightest sign of facial or jowl sagging is noticeable and before wrinkles become ingrained. Dermal fillers are gel (usually hyaluronic acid) injections that instantly plump up selected areas of the mouth, cheeks, eyes, jawline, or directly into the lip tissue. There have also been treatments such as Juvederm that utilize one’s fat and injects it into the tissue for the age-reversing effect.

4.Coolsculpting (Cryolipolysis) 

This non-surgical alternative to liposuction is gaining popularity as it treats a focused area of the body, such as love handles, double chins, and belly. Coolsculpting involves a therapist suctioning your skin with handheld paddles and freezing it with a cooling mechanism that freezes (and destroys) fat cells, after which your therapist firmly massages the area to allow the fat to separate and be eliminated by the body naturally. It can take a few months to see results, but we rate that it beats a post-surgery recovery period.

5.Body Contouring

Body Contouring is also known as non-surgical fat reduction, which focuses on reducing the appearance of cellulite and tightens the skin by heating the surface to melt down fat cells deep within the tissue. The fat cells that are melted down exit the body through urine. The heating of the skin results in aided lymphatic drainage, which boosts the skin’s elasticity and tone.

In closing, we are grateful that we could discuss all these different non-surgical aesthetic approaches to beauty therapy. We hope that we have gained insight and have deducted valuable information to equip you better when deciding to go under the knife or not. We can trust these clinically proven techniques which target problem areas and aging to correct them and restore youthful radiance to the skin.

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