When it comes to aesthetic enhancement treatments, there are quite a few different options out there for men and women to choose from. And with new treatments coming out each and every day, it can be difficult for individuals to understand which treatments are actually effective and which aren’t. The fact is that when it comes to the world of aesthetic enhancement, a fair amount of procedures that come about, especially when it comes to noninvasive skincare, simply don’t do what they claim to – and just the same, a lot of them do. This is where it can be difficult for individuals who are suffering from issues such as wrinkles, or fine lines, and discoloration amongst other issues, to truly understand which treatments might be right for them. According to the team at Koru, known as the best medical spa Midtown Manhattan has to offer, this is why, many of the biggest experts in skincare will generally recommend that patients stick to the most conventional, tried and trusted, well-known aesthetic enhancement methods, as these methods have a long history of success, and have been proven to provide patients with the positive effects they truly want. This is especially the case, as we leave the summer months behind and begin to enter into the most chilly months of the fall and winter – where our skin begins to suffer from the issues that might come about as a result of the cold weather, and individuals who suffer from unwanted facial wrinkles and other issues might experienced their most worst effects. According to the Botox specialist at Koru, the best medical spa Midtown Manhattan has to offer, some of the most tried and true treatments to consider include a neuromodulator injectable such as Botox, a hyaluronic acid based dermal filler like Juvederm, and one of the most versatile skincare treatments around today, microneedling. In this article, we will explore these three procedures and why patients should consider these treatments and what they can help to combat.

Botox
According to any Botox specialist, the use of a neuromodulator such as Botox or Dysport is one of the best ways for men and women to combat dynamic wrinkles. Dynamic wrinkles, while they can be exasperated with age, and time, they are generally a product of years of facial expression – a main reason they are often known as expression lines. According to the team at Koru, the best medical spa Midtown Manhattan has to offer, Botox is actually a favorite amongst patients around the world – and accounts for nearly half of all noninvasive aesthetic enhancement treatments that happen each and every day! Botox works by causing temporary paralysis in the muscles beneath the skins surface, that are responsible for causing facial expressions. These muscles, when stopped, can then allow the skin to essentially have a break and slowly smooth itself out over time. When this happens, the skin will smooth out and patients will generally lose their dynamic wrinkles. In addition according to Botox specialist at Koru, Botox can be used in a micro dose method, and used in preventative methods as well, to fight against future wrinkles.

An HA Based Dermal Filler Like Juvederm
When it comes to injectable treatments, while Botox is definitely the most popular, a hyaluronic acid based dermal filler like Juvederm is definitely a close second. While Botox fights against dynamic wrinkles, Juvederm fights against static wrinkles, that are caused as a result of aging, and the loss of vital skincare proteins and compounds such as collagen and elastin. These subnormal skincare compounds cause the skin and face to experience a condition called facial volume loss, which is a condition in which the skin loses collagen and facial tissue, and occurs as people age. This is where people will often see the elderly with sunken in cheek bones and sunken in under-eye areas. Using an HA based dermal filler like Juvederm can also help fight against issues such as under-eye hollows, facial discolorations and much more.

Microneedling
One of the most versatile minimally invasive skincare treatments around today, micro needling is a treatment in which we stimulate and call upon the body’s own naturally restorative nature. Using a derma pen device, we make a number of micro-puncture cuts into the patient’s skin, and it creates a series of hole in the face, along where we are looking to treat. Once this happens, we are looking for the skin to heal, and while it naturally heals, it will replace and restore the skin in the area – this will help to remove issues like scarring, or discolorations that might be present within the area at the time.

For more information on any treatments, be sure to contact Koru today.

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