Skin rejuvenation is intended to combat damage caused by exposure to the sun, aging or other causes. Skin rejuvenation in Toronto involves various techniques but all are designed to address lines, folds and wrinkles in the skin as well as discoloration, blotchiness and other conditions. The best rejuvenation techniques also reactivate the skin’s natural defence mechanisms, spur greater blood circulation, aid in the production of collagen and vastly improve the texture of previously damaged skin.
Techniques Used for Skin Rejuvenation
There are a number of different techniques used today to achieve skin rejuvenation at Toronto clinics and spas. Below are several of the most popular:
- Laser Resurfacing – Resurfacing relies on lasers to address the structure of the skin beneath the surface. By re-activating collagen production and addressing lines and wrinkles in the sub derma where they begin resurfacing produces visible improvement while supplying the skin with the ability to better defend itself going forward. Different laser techniques are used depending on the particulars of the issue being addressed.
- Sublative Rejuvenation – At Leeza’s Laser Clinic sublative rejuvenation is one of our most popular and effective rejuvenation procedures. Sublative rejuvenation utilizes what is called “fractionalized bi-polar radio frequency energy” which is known to be extremely effective at promoting collagen production which, in turn, is essential to both the short and long term health of the skin.
- Chemical Peels – A chemical peel is a way to renovate the surface of the skin. As with any renovation the old must be removed to make way for the new. As such the chemical peel creates a form of controlled undoing of damaged surface skin and then encourages the production of collagen which enables new, healthier skin to take its place. There are several different chemical peels available that utilize different degrees of therapeutic intensity.
- Dermal Fillers – Dermal fillers, as their name implies, are solutions that are injected into the skin to fill lines, wrinkles, folds and other types of depressions in the skin. They are typically a gel derived from various forms of fat or collagen and usually contain hyaluronic acid; a natural compound that helps the skin retain moisture and appear plumper.
Is Skin Rejuvenation an Invasive or Non-Invasive Procedure?
In most cases skin rejuvenation is considered a non-invasive procedure. However, there are those who argue that, because many of the laser techniques employed focus on the internal structure of the skin, that it should at least be considered “minimally invasive”, rather than non-invasive. Chemical peels which do not use lasers but nonetheless cause short term damage to the surface of the skin are also sometimes categorised as minimally invasive.
Leeza’s Laser Clinic: The Most Trusted Source for Skin Rejuvenation in Toronto
Leeza’s Laser Clinic is the Toronto area’s most trusted source for world-class skin rejuvenation therapy. No matter your age or the condition of your skin you will likely benefit from one of our leading edge procedures. Give us a call to learn more or to set up an appointment.