Gray hair and wrinkles are classic signs of aging, publicly advertising that youth is gone. While dye can alleviate the former issue, eradicating the latter is more difficult. A good diet, topical creams, and staying out of the sun can reduce wrinkle formation, but these practices will not get rid of wrinkles that have already formed. Fortunately, Connecticut collagen bar treatment for wrinkles is an effective, easy, and non-invasive way to lessen the appearance of wrinkles and regain a more youthful appearance. Contact a professional doctor for more information.
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body, crucial for keeping skin plumped up and firm. After age 20, people lose collagen at the rate of about 1 percent per year, according to current medical estimates.
Collagen bar therapy can restore the amount of collagen in a Connecticut patient’s body to optimal levels. Forma technology used in collagen bar therapy stimulates collagen production and boosts skin elasticity.
There are two parts to collagen bar treatment for wrinkles. The first phase consists of DEP therapy, short for Dermoelectoporation®. D More Collagen Serum™ is applied to the skin, and the use of the DEP machine opens the skin’s water channels, permitting large collagen molecules—as well as vitamin C and hyaluronic acid—to fill in below the surface.
The second phase involves the use of FORMA™ Therapy. This radiofrequency technology not only stimulates collagen production but tightens skin layers as well. It is especially effective on reducing wrinkles on the forehead, eyelids, jowls, and upper lip, along with lessening the appearance of crow’s feet. However, almost any part of the body could benefit from this treatment, and unlike some wrinkle reduction therapies, Forma technology does not damage the skin.
Even though collagen bar treatment for wrinkles requires several sessions, patients often notice immediate results. Skin appears more youthful and rejuvenated the moment they leave their first session. Unlike other types of wrinkle reduction therapies, there is no pain or downtime associated with collagen bar treatment. Patients can resume all normal activities immediately after a treatment session, including going straight back to work.
Some patients may experience slight swelling or redness, but other than that there are no signs that any type of work has been done. Along with clinical treatments, patients can benefit from at-home therapy using D More Serum and Vitamin C Intensive Whitening Cream™ on a daily basis.
Certain complementary therapies, including dermal fillers, can increase the amount of time that collagen bar therapy lasts. While the effects of most collagen bar treatments last at least one year, the use of dermal fillers such as Botox or Juvederm in conjunction with collagen bar treatments extends the effectiveness by several months.
The loss of estrogen associated with menopause exacerbates collagen loss. Bioidentical hormones, derived from plant sources, could boost a woman’s natural collagen production. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy for menopausal women could not only relieve menopause symptoms but may also further improve skin for the long term.
If would like more information about Connecticut collagen bar treatment for wrinkles, call the office of Dr. Edward Jacobson today and schedule a free consultation. You could receive a personal appraisal and explanation of the process that you can fully understand the benefits of this remarkable process.