作者: Tiviya Kumar|2023年3月14日
Ever spend so much time looking at the mirror and obsessing over your wrinkles? Well you are not alone. Irrespective of your medical history, genetics or skin type, every ageing human will get wrinkles in their lifetime. As the body ages, the skin tightness will reduce. This is also a result of lower collagen production. Hence why it is very important to make sure that you take a collagen supplement. But if you cannot, is there another alternative to make wrinkles go away? Yes, there is! Laser treatments have shown to be an effective and efficient way to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Laser skin resurfacing work can also heal sun damaged skin, sagging skin, active acne and other skin concerns too! You can also scroll down to the end of this article to read the frequently asked questions to understand better about laser treatments. But first, let’s dive deeper to understand the biology behind wrinkles and how it is formed on our skin.
Is the Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd a safe product? How long does recovery from treatment take? Is there anything I should be cautious of?
The treatment is completely risk-free. Because the Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd is a non-invasive procedure, there is no wound to heal, which means no recovery time is required. Please, however, avoid direct sun exposure and high-temperature environments as a precaution. Before going outside, apply SPF 30+ sunscreen. Frequently moisturise your skin. Furthermore, please avoid skin care products that can irritate the skin for a period of time, such as acids, scrubs, exfoliation, and whitening products.
What age group is this treatment appropriate for?
The Ultra V Lift Pro 2nd is appropriate for people of all ages. Even young people can develop loose skin as a result of genetics or daily habits. This treatment, however, is best for people who have signs of ageing such as wrinkles, fine lines, or sagging skin. A consultation with one of our skin specialists is recommended prior to treatment to ensure suitability.
Can I do laser skin resurfacing if I am pregnant?
It is not safe to do laser skin resurfacing if you are pregnant. Laser skin resurfacing is a cosmetic procedure that uses lasers to remove the top layer of skin. It is usually used to improve the appearance of scars, wrinkles, or blemishes.The lasers used in laser skin resurfacing can be harmful to unborn babies, so it is not safe to do this procedure if you are pregnant. There have been reports of women who have had laser skin resurfacing while pregnant experiencing problems with their pregnancies, such as miscarriage or birth defects.