Non-invasive cosmetic treatments have gained more terrain in the beauty industry in comparison to surgical interventions over the last years because they provide several benefits including no hospitalization, minimal discomfort and down time, reduced risk of complications and lower costs. Obviously, the main disadvantage is that non-invasive procedures do not provide permanent results. However, this does not represent an inconvenience for those clients who are not prepared for a drastic change but they do pay a lot of attention to their appearance. Usually, they also visit beauty clinics for professional guidance concerning Hudpleie Frogner and other relaxing methods that have the purpose to rejuvenate their skin and improve their look, such as facial massages.
Dermal fillers vs. Botox
Dermal fillers and Botox are both used to prevent and eliminate facial wrinkles. For this reason, people and even clients that choose these types of treatments often confuse them. However, the main difference is that Botox reduces the activity of facial muscles while Filler Oslo adds volume in order to replace the collagen loss and enhance the problematic areas. Botox represents a better solution for dynamic wrinkles on the forehead, which appear during facial expressions and for crow’s feet lines. The patients usually encounter bruising and swelling after the treatment but this will not stop them from returning to their daily activities. The results last between three and six months. Dermal fillers, also known as facial fillers are more efficient with static wrinkles visible even when the face is in a relaxing state. The procedure takes approximately half an hour and patients are able to enjoy long-lasting results, up until two years. Like Botox, side effects might include swelling and slight bruising but it can be easily fixed with makeup. Although these treatments improve the appearance and help maintain a youthful look, knowing the right what is the right method for your specific need is important.
Chemical peeling vs. Microdermabrasion
Even though both chemical peeling and microdermabrasion represent exfoliating methods that help eliminating the negative effects of the aging process or external factors like extreme temperatures and sun exposure, there are several differences between them regarding uses, costs and longevity. Kjemisk peeling Oslo, also known as derma peeling consists of applying a solution on the specific area of the skin in order to fight wrinkles, acne, scars and dark spots. The goal is to improve the texture of the skin by removing the dead layer on the surface. The procedure promises long lasting results, from several months up to a few years. In terms of side effects, the patients might notice redness and swelling. Unlike chemical peeling, microdermabrasion represents a cheaper alternative and is used against stretch marks, discoloration and light scarring. Of course, an experienced professional uses a device that emits crystals to polish the skin. Most of the patients experience redness and skin tightness. Considering that this method is cheaper, the results are temporary meaning that patients must return frequently to the beauty clinic.