TREATMENT PLAN FOR THE AGEING FACE
The skin anti-aging strategies attempted to reverse the dermal and epidermal signs of photo- and chronological ageing can be grouped under the following approaches
|ZO ANTI AGEING PHASE 2 AND 3 KIT|
|NON INVASIVE TREATMENTS||HYALURONIC ACID|
CHEMICAL PEELING ZO 3 STEP PEEL
CONTROLLED DEPTH PEEL
LED PHOTO THERAPY
|AVOIDING FACTORS AND CORRECTING|
CONTROL OF GENERAL
Topical Agents with Anti-Aging Properties
There are two main groups of agents that can be used as anti-aging cream components, the antioxidants( A for Antioxidant) and the cell regulators. The antioxidants, such as vitamins, and the cell regulators, such as retinols, peptides and growth factors (GF). This all have direct effects on collagen and influence collagen production.
Vitamins C, and E are the most important antioxidants because of their ability to penetrate the skin through their small molecular weight. The water-soluble, heat-labile local L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) talks about in A for antioxidants in concentrations between 5 and 15% (C Bright has 10%) was proven to have a skin anti-aging effect.
Vitamin A (retinol) are also a group of agents with antioxidant effects on collagen. Retinol is, at the moment, the substance that is most often used as an anti-aging compound. It has been shown that retinol has positive effects not only on extrinsic but also on intrinsic skin ageing and has a strong positive effect on collagen metabolism. Tretinoin, a nonaromatic retinoid of the first generation, is approved for application as an anti-aging treatment in a concentration of 0.05% or above.
Injectable Skin Rejuvenation and Dermal Fillers
The goal of skin rejuvenation is to increase the capacity of fibroblasts ( they make collagen) inducing the enhancement of cell activity, hydration, and the synthesis of collagen, elastin and HA (hyalorunic acid).
Autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
It has been shown that PRP may induce the synthesis of collagen by stimulating the activation of fibroblasts, thus, rejuvenating the skin.
While natural ageing is genetically determined, extrinsic ageing can be prevented. Aesthetic dermatology to which we do here at Renu should contribute to “healthy ageing” not only in cosmetic means by trying to erase time vestiges in skin but by also playing a significant part in prevention, regeneration, and delaying of skin ageing.