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Age Management
 Active Ageing
Some signs of ageing that appear on the skin indicate more than advancing years; they warn of an underlying medical conditions. Changes that occur as we age also make us more susceptible to skin conditions
Active Ageing

Treatment Tip
Dermatologists have a variety of treatments to improve your skin and make you look better, as well as feel better about you appearance.

Intrinsic aging, also known as the natural aging process.
Ageing is a continuous process that normally begins in our mid – 20s. within the skin, collagen production slows, and elastin, the substance that enables skin to snap back into place, has a bit less spring . Dead skin cells do not shed to as quickly and turnover of new cells may decrease slightly, while these charges usually being in our 20s the sign of intrinsic aging are typically not visible for decades. The signs of intrinsic ageing are.

 

Fine wrinkles.
  Thin & Transparent skin.
  Loss of underlying fat, leading to hollowed cheeks & eye sockets as well as noticeable loss of firmness  on the hands & neck.
  Bones shrink away from the skin due to bone loss, which causes sagging skin.
  Dry skin that may it.
  Inability to sweat sufficiently to cool the skin.
  Graying hair that eventually turns white.
  Hair loss.
  Unwanted hair.
  Nail plate thins, that half moons disappear and ridges develops.
 Treatment

If you are bothered by visible signs of aging, a number of treatments are available. Injectable fillers and botulinum toxin are suitable for people with busy lifestyles who do not want the inconvenience of a long recovery.

Radiofrequency is a procedure that offers an alternative to the traditional facelift. Dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, chemical peel, microdermabrasion, and some topical treatments can restore skin, giving it a smother and refreshed appearance.

Our age management systems like anti-ageing to the next level with proven technologies and multiple modalities to achieve greater long lasting results. These are the most effective treatments available today as viable noninvasive alternatives to surgical procedures.

Eye Treatment
Hand Rejuvenation Treatment
Peel
Microdermabrasion
Peel
Microdermabrasion
Photo Therapy

Scientific research in the field of anti-aging continues to give rise to new and promising treatment options. A dermatologist can help you sort through the numerous options. Including the  myriad of over the counter products. During a consultation, the dermatologist will examine you skin, discuss your expectations, and recc suitable treatment options.

 Cosmetic Procedures

Unless someone invents time travel, you can’t reverse the flow of time and become younger. However, with the wide array of dermatologic treatments available to day, You can remove many of the effects of ageing and photoageing. You can’t become younger, but you can look younger and more attractive by working with a dermatologist to choose the skin rejuvenation treatment that is right for you.

     This section of ageing skin provides a description and discussion of the major treatments available today for skin rejuvenation. Sometimes two types of treatment may be combined to make each more effective.

  Treatments discussed in this segment
  Medical skin rejuvenation
  Surgical skin rejuvenation
  Chemical peel
  Soft tissue augmentation
  Botulinum toxim
  Dermabrasion
  Laser skin resurfacing
  Electrosurgical skin resurfacing
  Non-ablative skin treatment
  Lipolysis
  Non-surgical facial skin Rejuvenation
  Acne scar Removal
  Tattoo Removal
  White Hair removal
 Age Management Maintance Program
  1. A gentle cleanser to remove oil build up, make up and dirt from the surface of the skin, preparing it for any active product you put on. This should not be overly drying and should ideally be at a ph approximating that of the skin.

  2. An exfoliant to accelerate removal of dead skin cells on the surface of the skin that may clog oil glands. The best exfoliants to use are salicylic acids/BHA’s as these are oil soluble and penetrate the pores and clear the dead compacted cells causing obstruction.

  3. Antioxidants- vitamin C, E are important in India for increased protection against ageing UV induced cell damage,
    vitamin C, green tea extract also have strong anti-inflammatory properties, which aid the skin repair and protection.

  4. Sunscreen – a gel based or non-pore obstructing sunscreen
    Skin care includes addition of

  5. Non-prescription disinfectants benzoyl peroxide, tea – tree oil.

  6. Prescription topical antibiotic creams or retinoids.
Age Management Maintance Program
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