Skin rejuvenation is a growing trend in the skin care industry. For those people who are looking to combat skin damage such as fine lines and wrinkles, skin rejuvenation can help you achieve amazing results using non-invasive methods.

Different skin types have different skincare regimen requirements. Some are drier than others, while others may have extremely oily skin. Knowing your skin type and what it needs is essential in creating the right skin rejuvenation regime.

Skin rejuvenation treatments come in many forms, all of which provide a non-invasive method to create younger-looking skin. Micro-needling for acne scars is one of the most popular methods of achieving this goal. Most importantly, ensure to have a skincare routine in place to ensure your skin is always in tip-top condition.

Micro-needling

Micro-needling involves rolling tiny needles into the skin surface to create controlled bleeding and stimulate collagen production.  This skin treatment method is also known as dermaroller.

The skin surface becomes more vulnerable to skin peeling after having a skin needling treatment, making it the perfect choice for skin peels – especially if you have pigmentation issues.  Skin rejuvenation is another added benefit of micro-needling, and the skin appears smoother with an improvement in wrinkle appearance.

Radiofrequency Skin Tightening Treatment

Radiofrequency skin tightening works by passing radio waves through the skin layers to heat them up and stimulate collagen production that tightens the skin.  It can be used along with skin needling treatments for improved results.

If your skin condition triggers inflammation, such as acne outbreaks, then certain types of skin peels may be recommended to you.  Glycolic skin peels are the mildest of skin peel treatments, and they are suitable for dry skin types.

Chemical Peels for Skincare and Treatment

When it comes to skincare, the choices can feel endless.  The thought of finding that perfect skincare regimen is daunting – and very expensive! One skincare treatment that is extremely popular right now is skin peeling.  There are many different types of skin peels available.  Some are stronger than others, depending on the strength of the chemical used in the peel solution.

A skin peel basically involves applying a chemical solution onto the surface of your skin which causes it to exfoliate over time by shedding off all layers, including the top layer (epidermis).  This makes way for new skin underneath to come through.

Skin peels were originally developed for medical purposes but have recently become more common as skin treatments at skincare spas.  It’s not just Hollywood celebrities who are receiving skin peels – women all over the world are also booking in for skin peeling treatments.

There may be several reasons why you are considering skin peeling treatment.  Maybe your skin is uneven and pigmented from past sun exposure, or maybe your skin isn’t looking its best due to breakouts or other skin conditions such as eczema.  If you’ve been thinking about having a skin peel, then it helps to know what type of skin treatment might suit you. The most recommended are environ peels, which use a Cool Peel Technology that guarantees no downtime.

What are Environ Peels?

Environ peels are designed to peel away the outer layer of skin while maintaining the natural barrier that keeps water in and environmental toxins out. This is ideal for refining and hydrating because it repairs cells, promotes cell exfoliation revealing youthful and fresh skin. It effectively treats scarring, sun damage, rosacea, acne, and rough-textured skin.

For best results, a series of 6 peels is recommended, and peels can be done weekly or bi-weekly. Your aesthetician will determine your treatment plan based on skin care concerns.

How do Environ Peels Work?

The Environ peeling system uses acidic creams and gels to provide a milder chemical peel, sparing as much of the epidermis as possible while still treating the dermis. This treatment is safe for all skin types but works best on people with darker complexions who want a more even-looking skin tone than they would get from other methods. It stimulates collagen production in both layers of your skin at once without causing irritation or damage like deeper treatments can do.

Environ peels treat the following skin issues:

  • Rosacea
  • Acne that did not respond to prior simple treatments
  • Solar keratoses (age spots)
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Rough skin responds successfully to peeling as well as skin in need of hydrating
  • Enhances facial surgery

What Skin Care Regimen Will Work for you?

The key to choosing a skincare regimen that will work for you is identifying what your skin type and needs are. If you are concerned about fine lines and wrinkles, a chemical peel might be right for you. But if your main concern is skin tightening, skin rejuvenation could be the right skincare regimen.

Micro-Needling for Acne Scars will provide you with skin rejuvenation within a short time and is suitable for skin that has been damaged by acne scarring or aging skin conditions such as sun damage, fine lines, and wrinkles.

With all skin rejuvenation treatments, caution should be exercised to ensure safety and health are not compromised. That is why it is important to choose a skin rejuvenation treatment from an FDA-approved facility such as OWM Integrative Wellness where professional skincare specialists can guide you on the ideal skin rejuvenation process for your specific needs.