How Modern Treatments Tackle Longtime Signs of Aging

Wanting to look younger has been a concern for men and women since practically the dawn of time. While we still haven’t quite found the fabled “fountain of youth,” modern technology has provided us with many advanced ways to combat wrinkles, dark spots and other signs of aging. These are some of the best anti-aging med spa treatments to try if you’re dreaming of a younger look.

1. Microneedling

Microneedling, also called collagen induction therapy, is a relatively new skin treatment that uses a small handheld device equipped with very small microneedles to create tiny channels within your skin. This process stimulates your skin’s natural healing and rejuvenation, as well as collagen production. The result is a smoother, more even and younger-looking complexion, with results continuing to develop months after your initial treatment.

2. Laser Skin Treatments

Lasers have come a long way since they were first used for cosmetic purposes decades ago. Today, advanced laser treatments can be used on virtually all skin types and tones and can effectively improve the appearance of lines and wrinkles, acne scars, dark spots, redness and other imperfections.

There is a wide variety of laser skin treatments available, and the right one for you will depend on your unique skin type and goals.

3. Injectable Wrinkle Treatments

Injectable treatments like BOTOX®, Dysport® and dermal fillers remain some of the most popular anti-aging med spa treatments available. Whether you’re looking to smooth away pesky crow’s feet or would like to restore lost facial volume in your cheeks or lips, injectables can be an excellent nonsurgical solution.

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How Modern Treatments Tackle Longtime Signs of Aging
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How Modern Treatments Tackle Longtime Signs of Aging
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What are the best anti-aging med spa treatments? The skincare experts at Pacifica Medical Spa in Studio City share three advanced options for treating wrinkles.
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Pacifica Center for Plastic Surgery
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