Reports indicate that 3 in 4 UK adults wish to change a part of their appearance through non-surgical means, representing 76% of the population. Meanwhile, over 40% of millennials have already had aesthetic treatments to enhance their bodies. People judge others upon meeting them for the first time, causing people to commit to the cause. What about you? If you want to alter your appearance without going under the knife, please consider these non-surgical ways.
If you are tired of the myriad of skincare products to improve your complexion, micro-needling is another option to consider. It is a technique that pierces the skin to increase its collagen production ability. Moreover, micro-needling makes it possible for your skin to absorb nutrients and other healthy ingredients in skincare products.
These tiny needles range from 0.2 to 1 mm in thickness, and the type used will depend on the person’s skin. Some people have thin skin, while others have their facial skin toughened from acne scars. The ultimate aim of microneedling is to even out your complexion and reduce fine lines’ appearance. Always bear in mind that ensuring your aesthetics treatments are conducted by qualified staff helps to ensure a safer treatment and recovery.
Usually, the skin’s ability to maintain adequate collagen production diminishes as people age. However, this problem is not limited to the older population alone, as people in their late 20s to 30s experience this problem. Low or inadequate collagen production may result in dull-looking and sunken skin. This tends to happen in the outer parts of the cheeks, temple areas, under the eyes, neck, lips and around the mouth.
Fortunately, you can opt for temporal fixers like injectable fillers to instantly improve the appearance of these areas. While some are thicker, others are thinner or lighter. Therefore, the type used will depend on the site it’s to be used for. For example, thicker fillers are generally used for the cheeks to give them a supple and smooth appearance. In contrast, a thinner filler like the Restylane tends to be injected into surrounding skin around the eyes and mouth.
Laser hair removal
Did you know over 88% of UK women tend to be overly conscious about facial hair and other unwanted hairs on their bodies? Unfortunately, facial hair is an issue many women have had to face at some point in their lives. Although some may be due to idiopathic hirsutism, women with polycystic ovarian syndrome tend to experience unwanted facial hair. Fortunately, you can improve your appearance with one or a few sessions of laser hair removal. It is fast, reliable and has a high success rate.
Apart from these non-surgical procedures, do not forget to include a healthy dose of regular exercise and balanced meals in your lifestyle. These two can have immense benefits for your body and overall well-being.
Your appearance attracts people to you, making it essential to improve it. Hopefully, you’ll consider these non-surgical procedures for the best results.