Truly, it would be nice if you can get any of the rejuvenation treatments that you see in a snap but when you look at the price tag, no wonder your wallet would shrink itself. Yes, these treatments are the high class; it delivers results near instant and no doubt expensive. But we can find a way around that, by knowing what you really need and the money you’d be willing to spend. Read on to find out more.
The key is to really get to know with your skin, and take note on which issues that needs to resolve, pronto – you don’t have to do all of the treatments needed, as long as just a little bit here and there that makes a nice change, before adding them up when you have the money.
An honest discussion with your dermatologist can help you a lot as they will be more than happy to guide and show which treatment is perfect for your current skin issues and still within the budget.
Think of these skin rejuvenation treatments in terms of skin repair to give your skin a second chance, and maintenance for long lasting results.
For example, if you’re restricted around $500, I’d encourage you to try out high-grade skin care products that are recommended by your good doctor (no more of drugstore stuff!), or perhaps a nice peel or microdermabrasion, for a skin rejuvenation, or both! You can mix the products with what you’re currently using (depending on your current skin issues and types) and trust me; even a switch to one nice product will make a difference to your skin.
For example, if you have oily skin, you might want to focus more on peels or microdermabrasion, as the treatments work by removing accumulated gunk and dead skin cells within the pores, as well as using acne-fighting products widely available in the store.
Mature skin, on the other hand, needs high-end products a top priority as these products are much concentrated to repair the skin’s structure thoroughly.
If you can stash $3,000 to beautify your skin – a range of high end, skin care products (that includes vitamin A, a must-have), coupled with one or two treatments specific for your skin conditions that are in priority (say deep wrinkles, sagging skin, or obvious ageing spots) like Botox, dermal fillers, or Thermage.
As for $5,000, have the good doctor to recommend the most suitable skin rejuvenation treatments, pronto.
Remember, this is just general guideline – you might want to talk more with your dermatologist on the best plan possible for your skin, for best results!