Here are several common skin issues that facial rejuvenation can treat successfully:
Age spots and brown spots: Age spots and brown spots are common among older women. They are small, round, and dark areas that appear on your skin as you age. They are most commonly found in those who are above 50 years old but can occur in younger adults as well. They are referred to as brown spots because of their dark color.
Because these spots mostly appear on areas of the skin which are more exposed to sun, they are also sometimes referred to as sunspots. They are usually found on your face, your neck and shoulders, your arms, the back of your hands, and your upper back. They do not disappear or fade on their own if you don’t use any treatment.
Even though age spots/brown spots do not pose any risk for your health, they do indicate that your skin has been exposed to sun extensively and perceived as signs of aging. For these cosmetic reasons, many people choose to have them removed.
Sun damage: It’s no secret that constant exposure of your skin to sun can cause all kinds of skin damage. Although we receive vitamin D from sunlight, which is essential for healthy bone development, excessive exposure can result in detrimental dermal effects because of the ultraviolet rays.
When the ultraviolet rays of the sun hit our skin, it can result in a loss of elasticity over time. This means that your skin becomes loose and no longer firm, causing you to have an older appearance and age prematurely. Besides, you are more likely to develop sun spots when you expose your skin to sun too frequently.
Not only this, but excessive sun exposure can also result in sunburn and damage to your skin cells. In extreme cases, sun damage to the skin can cause skin cancer.
Pigmentary concerns: Another common skin issue that facial rejuvenation can treat is pigmentary concerns, such as uneven skin tone, birthmarks, etc. The causes of pigmentary concerns are varied and they can occur in anyone regardless of their age. While some people may have a birthmark they wish to remove, some may have a visible uneven skin tone as a result of accidents, injuries, lifestyle choices, or it may be environment-induced.
Pigmentary concerns are very common in the U.S. In fact, over 40 percent of the population struggle with one kind of pigmentary issue or another.
Although these skin issues may not pose any health risk, they can seriously impact your appearance and your self-image. Due to this, many people prefer to have them fixed so they can have a smooth, even, and glowing skin.
Texture concerns: As you age, your skin changes texture over the years. When you were younger, you may have had smooth, firm, and supple skin that glows with a youthful appearance. But this skin texture is unfortunately not something permanent because you start to see visible changes as you get older.
Your skin texture is influenced by a number of internal and external factors such as hormones, exposure to sunlight, dryness, etc. Over time, these can cause your skin to become loose, rough or bumpy, and develop coarse wrinkles or thin, fine lines. All these make you appear older than you actually are, which is why many want to have them removed.