Aging is a part of life that cannot be avoided, and the biggest concern associated with aging is wrinkles. Wrinkles are wrinkles on the face that occur when the skin sags due to a lack of elasticity. The skin cells do not regenerate and regenerate immediately as before due to the slowing down of the body process. As a result, wrinkles and fine lines are formed.
In addition to the aging process, research shows that prolonged exposure to the sun can lead to wrinkles. Poor diet and daily activities, such as insomnia or lack of exercise, can lead to weak skin, wrinkles, and other skin problems.
The cosmetics industry has developed many means of preventing skin aging which are available in surgical or non-surgical procedures. Surgical instruments include eye lift, face lift and eyelid lift. An incision is made in the skin of the face to tighten the muscles and the skin to remove wrinkles.
Non-surgical wrinkle treatment information includes anti-wrinkle injections. Botox is a treatment that tightens and shrinks the skin by injecting subcutaneous tissue in the form of protein. Another infusion comes in the form of a filler. FDA approved injection wrinkle fillers are classified as temporary and permanent.
Temporary wrinkle injections include 4 types of products. Injection of collagen, hyaluronic acid gel, calcium hydroxyapatite, poly-L lactate. When injected into the underside of the skin, it fills in the area caused by sagging and oily skin.
However, over several months or years, more shots are needed as these natural ingredients are absorbed by the body. Polymethylmethacrylate beads are the only type of temporary injection approved by the FDA. Since it is made from synthetic materials, it is not absorbed by the body when injected into the skin.
Temporary wrinkle injections cost between $300 and $500 per injection. New materials, such as PMMA microspheres and calcium hydroxyapatite, can cost up to $1,000. Side effects are temporary or very sensitive skin. Some people may experience itching and burning.