Mar 29, 2021

Top Anti-Aging Treatments for Women

Looking for anti-aging treatments that offer more than a serum or supplementing collagen into your diet can? There are several treatments out there that can deliver the results you are looking for. However, Botox, Injectable Fillers, Thermage, PRP and Laser Resurfacing are among our top suggestions! If you aren’t well-versed in all things anti-aging, don’t fret! Down below we will discuss what each treatment is and what their benefits are!

botox treatment


The queen of anti-aging treatments, Botox remains the most famous and the most effective non-surgical treatment for the reduction of wrinkles. Although it has been in use since the 1980’s (it was originally approved for the treatment of blepharospasm, a condition that causes your eyelids to blink or twitch involuntarily), Botox was FDA approved as an anti-wrinkle treatment in 2002 and quickly became a household name.  

The active ingredient in Botox is a neurotoxin called botulinum toxin type A. When injected into the muscles of the face, botulinum toxin prevents the underlying muscles from contracting so the skin appears relaxed and smooth. Botox has proven effective in reducing the appearance of wrinkles as well as stopping new wrinkles from forming.

Botox is injected directly into the treatment area and injections take only about 10 minutes.  Some of the most common areas of concern that can be treated with botox are crow’s feet, forehead, glabellar lines, laugh lines and frown lines. In addition to treating wrinkles, botox can also be used to relax the masseter muscles to achieve a slimmer face and a more v-shaped jawline.

Injectable Fillers

One of the most common anti-aging treatments today is injectable fillers. Similar to Botox, injectable fillers can help you maintain/attain a youthful complexion. However, dermal fillers are used to fill in areas of your appearance that are prone to wrinkles and hollowing. By injecting dermal fillers into your wrinkles, lines, and hollows, you can volumize, plump and smooth out these trouble areas, guaranteeing a youthful appearance with immediate results. There are many areas dermal fillers can treat, and these include (but are not limited to), the under-eye area, your cheeks, jawline, and lips. The ingredients inside of injectable fillers today ranges, where currentlysome fillers cancontainhyaluronic acid, Calcium Hydroxlapatite, Poly-L-lactic acid, or Polymethylmenthacrylate beads. Each dermal filler listed above has different lasting periods and concerns they target. Your dermatologist will recommend which filler is best suitable for your specific concern.  


Thermage is a non-invasive anti-aging treatment that can treat wrinkles, loose skin, and skin texture on your face and body. Using radio frequency to safely heat and cool the skin, this technique stimulates your collagen fibrils, which results in skin tightening and promoting new production of collagen. Depending upon the area you would like to treat, Thermage can assist in surface imperfections, contouring and tightening your skin, lifting the eyebrows, correcting hooded eyelids, wrinkles around the eyes, improving acne scars, nasolabial folds, improving the jawline and neck laxity as well as diminishing cellulite. The results of Thermage can be seen immediately, but expect full effects gradually, as they will be visible weeks to months after the procedure is complete.


Platelet-Rich-Plasma therapy, also known as PRP, is a non-invasive regenerative treatment. Widely recognized for healing wounds and soft tissues, PRP has recently made headlines for its ability to treat scars, minimize pores, battle fine lines and wrinkles, assist with hair and volume loss and rejuvenate the skin. PRP works to stimulate skin healing and collagen production, which is crucial in reducing signs of aging. How does it work? Well, a specialist will draw your blood and concentrate it, pulling its platelets and other important factors, then reform it into its platelet-rich solution. This solution will then be applied to your skin. Unlike other treatments, PRP takes patients’ own devices instead of foreign solutions, and injects them into the areas they want to target.

Laser Resurfacing

A skin procedure performed using lasers to tighten skin and encourage collagen production while treating sun-damaged skin, age spots, uneven skin tone, deep wrinkles, fine lines, and acne scars. The two laser treatments we will focus on are Non-Ablative Resurfacing Lasers and Ablative Resurfacing Lasers. As both treatments target signs of aging and promote collagen production, both procedures offer extensive anti-aging benefits. Laser resurfacing improvements are not visible immediately, but results appear gradually over time.

Non-Ablative Resurfacing Lasers don’t break the surface of your skin. These laser’s heat below the skin’s surface to refresh and rejuvenate the skin, smoothing it, and getting rid of pigmentation by building new collagen. As it is less intense than its counterpart, Non-Ablative Resurfacing Laser treatments require little-to-no downtime.

Ablative Resurfacing Lasers treat deeper issues and are also more invasive as they remove the top layers of your skin. These lasers have higher energy levels and produce higher levels of heat. The Ablative Resurfacing Laser treatment requires more downtime after the procedure as it is a heavier treatment than Non-Ablative is.

The above procedures can generate significant results for patients looking to achieve a youthful complexion. From fillers to lasers, these treatments are our top suggestions to reduce and prevent visible signs of aging. 

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