Cosmetic Face Procedures to Consider in your 30s
When you reach your 30s, you're at that special time where preventative maintenance can keep signs of ageing at bay for longer. Whether you're new to the world of cosmetic face procedures or you're just dipping your toe in the pool, there are a few you may want to consider.
As the cosmetic term that's on everyone's lips, botox helps to delay the onset of deep wrinkles. It achieves this through weakening the muscles, which then prevents them from making the movements that allow wrinkles to set in. Where you have your botox is largely dependent on where wrinkles are starting to set in, and your cosmetic specialist will provide guidance at your first consultation. Depending on the treatment you undergo, you may need between two and three courses in a year to maintain the effects.
While there's no reason why you can't start microdermabrasion a little earlier, it's especially handy in your 30s as it may address some of the signs of wear and tear that start to set in. Microdermabrasion uses fine crystals to exfoliate the skin, which then encourages a new layer to form. This treatment is excellent for those experiencing acne scars, age spots, or pigmentation they don't like. In addition, it helps to combat wrinkles. Unlike some other cosmetic face treatments, it doesn't require much downtime. Your skin may look pink for 24 hours, but after this, it should settle down.
As the skin around your lips begins to lose elasticity, you may feel as though your lips no longer look in proportion. Dermal lip fillers plump the lips, giving them a fuller and more proportional look. At your consultation, your cosmetic specialist will determine how much filler you need for lips that look fuller without looking unnatural Your results should last between six and nine months, after which you may want to consider more fillers for the same effects.
In addition to cosmetic face treatments, you may want to consider cosmetic body treatments such as lipolysis, which can break down fat and slim you down. Some facial treatments also apply to the body, such as microdermabrasion for reducing stretch marks and scarring, or botox for excessive sweat. Should you choose to undergo any cosmetic procedures, you can discuss your specific needs with the specialist leading your appointment. From there they will recommend a course of treatment that will help you achieve the look you desire.