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What is Skin Rejuvenation?

Skin rejuvenation is the “peeling “off old skin to appear young and glowing.This article explains what skin rejuvenation is, its benefits, and the methods used in skin rejuvenation.

Skin rejuvenation uses a chemical peel, microdermabrasion, laser resurfacing, microneedling, and intense pulsed light.The human skin stores skin constrictionsit undergoes, like smiles and frowns. Smile, frown lines, or any facial contraction made repeatedly becomesvisible; the skin also develops wrinkles due to aging. This makes the skin look old. Cosmetic products such as makeup are infectious when skin scars, lines, and wrinkles are prominent. Skin rejuvenation benefits men and women who want to restore their youthful skin.

What Is Skin Rejuvenation?

Skin rejuvenation is a nonsurgical process of restoring youthfulness to the skin. Skin aging results from sun, pollution, scarring, and skin conditions. In skin rejuvenation, customers can restore the glow of their skin to appear younger. The older skin is “peeled” off using scientific methods such as laser rays to erase skin defects.

Benefits of Skin Rejuvenation

Reduces Fine Lines and Wrinkles

The body produces less collagen while aging. According to Deshmukh et al. (2016), collagen is a protein in connective tissues, skin tendons, and cartilage, maintaining skin structure andregeneration. The skin loses its structure, becomes dry, and develops wrinkles when there is insufficient collagen. In the skin rejuvenation process, the heat is interpreted as an injury; thus, collagen is produced to repair it.Happy et al. (2021) stated that extra collagen helpsmaintain the skin’s younger look.

Minimizes Facial Veins

Facial veins are small, red, or blue lines under the skin’s surface, especially on the nose, cheeks, and chin. Facial veins become more prominent in older skin than in young ones. Facial veins are easily damaged by the sun and irritants and are more susceptible to dilation and stretching.In the skin rejuvenation treatment, the facial veins aredisintegrated into scar tissues, which are absorbed into the body over several treatments.

Relieves Redness and Rosacea

Rosacea is a skin condition causing redness, blushing, or flushing and visible blood vessels in your face. It also causes inflammation, pimples, and uneven skin tone. An enlarged nose, swollen pumps, visible veins, and a burning sensation are the common symptoms of rosacea. Panda et al. (2022) stated that rosacea in skin rejuvenation is treated by constricting and shrinking blood vessels. Reilley & Lozano (2021) showed that collagen produced also helps to improve skin tone.

Improves Acne Scars

Acne is formed when too much sebum is produced and cannot get out because dead skin cells block the hair hole. Acne cysts can destroy the skin and disrupt collagen production. When the acne is healed, it can leave a permanent indentation in the skin. The skin forms a scar after the acne, and if the body does not produce enough collagen, pits and depressions occur during the healing process. The scarred area is “heated” up during skin rejuvenation triggering collagen production.Weng et al. (2022) claimed that collagen would fill the scars producing even skin.

Diminishes Sun Spots

Sunspots develop in skin areas exposed to UV light or tanning beds. Sunspots are a result of melanin clumping together or due to higher production. Intense pulsed light therapy breaks down the pigments leaving the skin clear.

Skin Rejuvenation Techniques

Chemical Peel

According to Starkman& Mangat (2019),chemical peel removes scars, acne, sundamage, clogged pores, fine lines, wrinkles, and rough patches on the face, hands, or neck. Alpha hydroxyl acid (AHA) is used in light “peel,” while, Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) is used in medium “peel.”Sarkar et al. (2019) showed that AHA corrects skin texture. Dayal et al. (2021) showed that TCA removes surface-level acne, fine lines, and minor irregularities. The skin looks sunburned after the chemical peel process, anda patient needs a few days to heal.

Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive facial treatment that cleans and exfoliates the skin. It polishes dead skin cells and stimulates collagen production.Shanmugam (2022) discovered that microdermabrasion improves fine lines,clears out clogged pores, and improves blemishes and sunspots. Microdermabrasion has an immediate result. Crystal microdermabrasion and Diamond Tip Microdermabrasion are the versions of microdermabrasion.

Laser Resurfacing

According to Klein et al. (2021), a laser is used to remedy birthmarks, warts, fine lines, wrinkles, and acne scars. The laser is focused on a single spot before treating another. According to Shin et al. (2019), laser resurfacing energy stimulates collagen production, enhancing skin elasticity and structure. Carbon dioxide and erbium are the main types of laser resurfacing.

Intense Pulsed Light

Intense pulse light is like laser resurfacing but uses many wavelengths to treat different targets. IPL uses light to vaporize skin cells and remedy sun damage, pigmentation, and fine lines. IPL stimulates collagen production.

Microneedling.

According to Juhasz& Cohen (2020), microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, CIT, is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that reduces stretch marks, fine lines, crow’sfeet, and acne scars. A dermapenmakes microscopic pinpricks in the skin. The microscopic pinpricks prompt collagen production, essential for rejuvenating the skin.Microneedling has a similar sensation to getting tattooed, but the dermapen passes over each skin area once.

FAQs about Skin Rejuvenation

What Are the Benefits of Skin Rejuvenation?

Skin rejuvenation triggers collagen production, diminishes sun spots, relieves redness and rosacea, improves acne scars, and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.

Who Can Get Skin Rejuvenation?

Jacobs (2020) revealed that clients above 18 years with signs of skin aging, acne scars, or rosacea could get skin rejuvenation.

What Is the Recovery Time for Skin Rejuvenation?

Accordingto Eubanks & Solomon (2022), recovery time for skin rejuvenation is at least a week depending on the method used. Some methods, like microdermabrasion, have immediate results and no recovery time.

Conclusion

Skin rejuvenation is restoring the youthful glow using methods like microneedling, laser resurfacing, intense pulsed light, microdermabrasion, and chemical peel. These methods use different tools like laser light to remove scars, wrinkles, fine lines, and rough patches resulting from aging, sun, pollution, scarring, and skin conditions. Skin rejuvenation triggers collagen production in any of these methods.Collagen helps rejuvenate the skin. Some skin rejuvenation methods are instant, like microdermabrasion,while others, like chemicals, have to wait a few days.Do skin rejuvenation after a few months for better results.

References

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Deshmukh, S. N., Dive, A. M., Moharil, R., & Munde, P. (2016). Enigmatic Insight Into Collagen. Journal Of Oral And Maxillofacial Pathology: JOMFP, 20(2), 276.

Eubanks, S. W., & Solomon, J. A. (2022). Safety And Efficacy Of Fractional Radiofrequency For The Treatment And Reduction Of Acne Scarring: A Prospective Study. Lasers In Surgery And Medicine, 54(1), 74-81.

Jacobs, M. (2020). Comparative Study: The Combination Of Nigella Sativa With Micro-Needling For Post-Acne Scarring (Doctoral Dissertation).

Juhasz, M. L., & Cohen, J. L. (2020). Microneedling For The Treatment Of Scars: An Update For Clinicians. Clinical, Cosmetic And Investigational Dermatology, 13, 997.

Klein, A., Aggarwal, P., Mannschreck, D., & Cohen, B. A. (2021). Anaesthetic Techniques Used For Pulsed Dye Laser (PDL) In The Treatment Of Port‐Wine Birthmarks: An Exploratory Assessment Of Current Attitudes And Practice Patterns Among Pediatric Dermatologists In The United States. Pediatric Dermatology, 38(3), 575-579.

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Sarkar, R., Ghunawat, S., & Garg, V. K. (2019). Comparative Study Of 35% Glycolic Acid, 20% Salicylic–10% Mandelic Acid, And Phytic Acid Combination Peels In The Treatment Of Active Acne And Postacne Pigmentation. Journal Of Cutaneous And Aesthetic Surgery, 12(3), 158.

Shin, J. W., Kwon, S. H., Choi, J. Y., Na, J. I., Huh, C. H., Choi, H. R., & Park, K. C. (2019). Molecular Mechanisms Of Dermal Aging And Antiaging Approaches. International Journal Of Molecular Sciences, 20(9), 2126.

Starkman, S. J., & Mangat, D. S. (2019). Chemical Peels: Deep, Medium, And Light. Facial Plastic Surgery, 35(03), 239-247.

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Ksenia Sobchak
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