More than 100,000 facelifts were performed in America in 2016 alone. That is a lot of faces looking 10 – 15 years younger! Are you ready to join those ranks, or have you recently undergone a facelift with your trusted cosmetic surgeon? In either situation, one of the unspoken goals you may have in mind is getting the most from your procedure. The good news is, you have a great deal of control over the future of your aging face. Here, we want to point out some simple ways that you can extend the longevity of your facelift.
The temperatures are so hot in Las Vegas that you might think we would all try to stay indoors as much as possible. That isn’t always the case! When the pool calls or you are planning a day out and about, it isn’t the heat you need to worry about; it’s the rays of the sunshine that will damage your skin. Sun-savvy is an easy practice; it just means that you apply SPF 30, broad spectrum sunscreen before going out. Thirty minutes before going out! It also means that you keep sunscreen on you so if you are exposed to UV light for more than two hours, you can easily reapply.
Stress was so yesterday! Today, millions of people realize that Zen habits such as meditation and yoga are more than hot trends; they are vital aspects of a truly healthy life. No, you don’t have to dog it downward every day. You don’t even have to sit cross-legged on a poof with your hands on your knees. What you do need to do is develop your method of stress management. When you do, you lengthen the telomeres in your DNA, which lengthens the life of your cells.
We all like to be supported in the matters that are important to us. Well, we think your beauty is important, and we provide some services designed to promote just that. Before or after a facelift, the name of the game is collagen-production. This can be encouraged through micro needling, Eclipse PRP treatments, laser skin resurfacing, Ul therapy, and more.
Do you want to learn more about facelift surgery or other skin rejuvenation treatments? Contact us at (702)684-5502.