Medical science has come a long way in the last decade, so it’s not really a surprise to see how far cosmetic treatments have come along because of that progress. Note that in addition to introducing several new treatments and solutions, massive improvements have also been made to the antiaging treatments that were already there. Keeping both new and upgraded regenerative treatments for mature skin in mind, here are some of the best options.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatment
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments are administered as injectables to rejuvenate and regenerate aged skin, heal injuries, promote hair regrowth, boost postsurgical recovery, and relieve arthritic knee pain. PRP injectables contain a healthy dose of blood plasma that’s highly saturated with blood platelets, stem cells, and special proteins with proven regenerative capabilities.
PRP treatments stimulate our natural regenerative capabilities to the point where it starts to regenerate damaged tissue automatically. As a result, platelet-rich plasma treatments can help in getting rid of skin blemishes, wrinkles, skin sag, fine lines, spots, rough skin textures, and scars. In some cases, PRP injections have also been found to be effective in stimulating the scalp to grow hair from dormant follicles.
Skin Resurfacing with Laser Treatment
Laser skin surfacing is a subtractive treatment for mature skin, where the thinnest layers of the damaged skin are surgically removed or vaporized via medical-grade lasers such as the CO2 laser or the Erbium laser. This minimal, strategic damage forces a regenerative reaction from the body, as it starts repairing the wounds, as well as the damaged skin in the entire area.
Laser resurfacing can be highly effective as an antiaging treatment when the goal is to lighten or remove skin blemishes, lines, wrinkles, scars, spots, warts, sun damage, birthmarks, and distended oil glands. A laser skin resurfacing treatment will often be boosted for improved skin regeneration with an additive treatment like the PRP injectables explained previously.
Extracellular Vesicles Treatment
Extracellular vesicles (EV) are packets of bio information released by and used for intercellular communication between skin cells, namely the keratinocytes, the melanocytes, and the fibroblasts. Not only is the information exchanged via these bilipid packets essential for our skin to stay healthy and recuperate itself, but the EVs themselves are very rich in essential skin nutrients like nucleic acids, fatty acids, metabolites, amino acids, proteins, and more.
When the extracellular vesicles are delivered or applied directly to a specific area of the body via microneedling, the recipient experiences several antiaging benefits. They may include but is not limited to naturally healing scars, lightening skin blemishes, smoothening skin texture, reducing skin discoloration, leveling wrinkles and fine lines, and boosting skin radiance. The benefits of EV treatments are often long-term, as the skin could be regenerating at a cellular level after the sessions.
These are among the three best skin regenerative treatments available right now, but they are not the only ones. To find more about these and other skin regenerative treatments and antiaging procedures that work best on matured skin, contact us anytime for a consultation.