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When you Need More than a Facial

Every year millions of dollars are spent on facials by people around the United States who want to stay looking young for as long as possible. For many people a facial just doesn’t have the same results as it had in the past and they find themselves considering different types of cosmetic treatment to deal with fine lines, wrinkles, sagging skin and other problem areas that continue to plague them on a regular basis.

Microdermabrasion

Before going to a cosmetic surgeon to start talking about a facelift one of the first procedures that you should consider is microdermabrasion. This process involves exfoliating the dead skin from your face, revealing the healthy skin underneath. Many spas and health clubs around the world offer microdermabrasion treatments but for those people who don’t have a spa or health club in their town they can enjoy microdermabrasion in the comfort of their own home. Some of the best home microdermabrasion products that can be bought online and are very affordable are: Personal Microderm, Olay Regenerist Microdermabrasion and Peel Kit and DermaNew’s Facial Rejuvenation System.

Dermal Fillers

Just about everyone who is interested in health and beauty is familiar with the term dermal fillers. This cosmetic procedure involves injecting a synthetic substance into your skin which helps to reduce fine lines, fill in wrinkles and eliminate sagging skin. If you’re considering investing in dermal fillers they typically cost $50.00 to $300.00 (depending on the product). Some of the best dermal fillers on the market are: Skin Effects Cell 2 Cell Dermal Filler, Face Lift 24 Hour Face Lift and Avon Anew Clinical Expression Line Filler.

Before trying a dermal filler at home it’s important to make sure that you know what you’re doing. There is plenty of how to videos on YouTube that shows how to inject dermal fillers and there are also a wide variety of books available on how to successfully use dermal fillers like: Injectable Fillers Principles and Practice and Augmentation Fillers by Neil S. Sadick.

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