From lip implants to dissolving fat, technologically advanced beauty procedures are evolving so quickly that one practically needs a degree to keep up with the research.
10 Latest Anti-Aging Treatments
Researchers are using biotechnology and other cutting-edge advances for anti-aging and aesthetics. Here are some latest anti-aging treatments you can use to remain forever young:
1. Lip gloss in a syringe
Over-inflated lips are so outdated now. Scientist have created a syringe made from hyaluronic acid that fills out furrows and helps to give you a luscious, hydrated pout. It creates a very natural-looking result, which lasts up to a year
2. Plastic bristles to push anti-wrinkle product into skin
A new device which combines four technologies — microcurrent, microdermabrasion, microinfusion and micro needling for pressing youth serums into the skin is here. Ionic puncture deploys plastic bristles instead of needles, so there is no bleeding and it is gentle enough to use around the eyes. If something as small as bacteria can’t get through the epidermis, neither can serums, but this new machine solves that problem. By mimicking micro-needling, the machine pushes products into the skin. The machine pumps and oxygenates, and it’s very precise, so you can really get inside wrinkles.
3. Tailored breast implants
It is common to get round shaped implants, which is not an ideal shape for all women, but now it can actually be tailored according to each woman’s unique shape. These implants, made by Allergan, previously were available only for breast reconstruction patients but have just become available for cosmetic cases.
4. ‘Nanotechnology’ hair conditioning
Molecular nanotechnology comprises development products on the nanometer scale, usually 0.1 to 100 nm. Molecular nanotechnology is widely used in the hair business to mean both very small and to indicating the newest or latest available product developments.
Researchers in Japan have come up with a high-tech method of keeping even the most over-processed hair looking glossy. This treatment actually works on the cellular level and restores the cell membrane. Four layers of products are applied, and then an infrared machine resembling a large, rotating metal halo helps them to penetrate.
5. Facial which uses 3D printing technology
Inspired by the medical process used to treat patients with skin burns, Second Skin is a regenerating and lifting electrospun mask made up of 80 percent hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is an exceptional molecule capable of supporting 1,000 times its mass in water. The acid used in the treatment is medical grade, 40 times more concentrated than the average commercial skin care product and low in molecular weight 77 KDA. This active ingredient plays a crucial role in cellular regeneration, increasing firmness, reshaping facial contour and reducing wrinkles.
6. Injectable fillers for the eye
For both young and old, filler treatments to the under eye area are a safe and effective alternative to surgery. Many patients are unhappy with the shadows and depressions that occur under the eyes. This can be due to genetics but is also a common sign of aging.
One injectable on the horizon is Teosyal, which is said to be better for around the eyes (or any thin-skinned area) than current fillers because it is malleable.
7. Permanent camouflage for stretch marks and scars
Scars and skin imperfections from surgeries, burns, or other injuries can be easily camouflaged using paramedical cosmetic tattooing. Micro-pigmentation’s ability to break up the scar tissue and color it to better match your natural skin tone provide miraculous results that will build your confidence in your appearance.
Threads for lifting the facial skin have emerged as one of the hottest beauty trends, and now they’re beginning to be used on the body. These threads can help lift the knees, butt, and breast.The threads are made of the same absorbable material used for surgical stitches – polydioxanone or PDO. PDO continuously stimulates collagen synthesis under the skin, which means the results improve over time. When inserted, they act as a ‘scaffold’ for the skin that helps to hold it against the effects of gravity. The threads are reabsorbed in 4 to 6 months, leaving only the new skin structure, which holds for another 18 to 24 months.
9. Chemically dissolve cellulite
Facts about cellulite
- Between 80 and 90 percent of women will probably experience cellulite.
- Cellulite is also known as orange-peel skin, due to its texture.
- Numerous treatments available, but the effect is mostly temporary.
- A diet low in fat, smoking cessation, and an active lifestyle may help reduce the incidence cellulite.
99.9 percent of women have cellulite in their body. Cellulite is like a honeycomb that traps fat inside its little boxes, and then it bulges out of the skin. Usually, treatments cut the boxes surgically, but the beauty of it is that it chemically breaks them down in a way that is simple and painless.
10. A chin strap that superpowers lifting facials
“Bio Sculpt” has just added a chin strap that targets the neck, chin and jowl area. It uses a combo of galvanic and medium-frequency currents to stimulate muscle fibers and oxygenate the skin, resulting in a firmer neck and more youthful jawline.