Premature aging is a pet peeve that nobody wants, and they make us look older than we should! Many methods can help prevent premature aging, but getting rid of it may not be entirely possible once it’s there. Fortunately, you can reverse the effects of premature aging by utilizing Sculptra aesthetic treatment.
Sculptra is one of the best options you can use to fix skin blemishes and reduce signs of aging. Using this treatment, you can quickly recapture your youth and enjoy natural youthful beauty. Skincare products claim to offer these same effects, but their efficacy is wholly lacking.
Try out Sculptra aesthetic treatment if no skincare products were able to reduce the effects of premature aging. But before you do try, we think that it’s only fair that we inform our clients what the treatment entails. Here is the explanation of the Sculptra aesthetic and how it works.
What Is Sculptra?
Sculptra is a dermal filler that is gaining popularity due to its ability to reverse the effects of premature aging. It has been used in the US for decades now, and it has been shown to provide significant improvements in skin elasticity, wrinkles, and overall skin tone. The aesthetic treatment was FDA-approved way back in August 2004: it was first approved for correction or restoration of facial volume due to HIV, but now, it has been used as an alternative to fillers and injectable treatments.
More Than Just Any Dermal Filler
Dermal Fillers are synthetic substances injected into the dermis of the skin. They can be used to restore volume and create a youthful appearance in patients who have lost volume due to aging or surgery.
They come in different types and sizes, depending on their applications. For example, dermal filler for the lips is typically a small gel injected into the lips with a syringe by an aesthetician. The filler is then sculpted around the natural shape of one’s lips to provide them with more definition and fullness.
However, Sculptra is not just a typical dermal filler. It is a filler that results in a more natural-looking and youthful appearance. This dermal filler also has its benefits, such as being customized to the person’s skin tone, texture, and age. Sculptra can help reduce wrinkles or acne scars while improving skin elasticity and hydration by replacing lost collagen fibers with new ones.
One of the best parts about Sculptra is that it’s non-invasive. This means that you don’t have to worry about having a medical procedure done, and you don’t need to worry about having any severe side effects from it either.
Sculptra is also very affordable and comes in different packages depending on your needs. It can be used by anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their skin. Of course, as long as the patient doesn’t have any skin problems, if you do have one, consult your doctor first to see if you are applicable or not.
That sounds great, but do not expect the results to be an instantaneous job, it will take a while, but you’ll eventually experience the effects. Patience is worth the wait; as soon as you see the full results, you can see how natural it is, nothing too exaggerated that can be off-putting.
How Does It Work?
Sculptra aesthetic treatment is engineered with precise handiwork to ensure that it delivers results with the least side effects and deliver astounding results. You can attest to the results by trying out the treatment or checking the before and after photos and thousands of reviews online.
Thousands have experienced the Sculptra treatment, so it won’t be hard for you to find innumerable positive reviews. So many have benefitted from the treatment, but exactly does it work?
The “Magic” Is In The Formula
Sculptra is a dermal filler that is made of poly-L-lactic acid. It is FDA approved and has been around for over ten years.
Poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) is a synthetic polymer used to fill in the skin. It is a biocompatible material and can be used safely under dermatological conditions. This ingredient has been used in cosmetic products such as face masks, lotions, creams, and serums. PLLA-based dermal fillers are also available for injection at the dermal level in facial rejuvenation and other aesthetic procedures.
While PLLA can be used on any part of the body, it works best on facial contours because it is less likely to cause side effects than other fillers. PLLA is safe and non-toxic. In addition to the safety it provides, PLLA also offers some benefits over other dermal fillers like hyaluronic acid and collagen.
How Does PLLA Work In Dermal Fillers?
Poly-L-lactic acid works by being absorbed by the body to form lactic acid, which helps with healing and tissue regeneration. The substance also has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce pain and inflammation—ensuring that there won’t be many side effects during the treatment.
PLLA has also been shown to boost collagen production in the skin and reduce signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines—penetrating deep into the layers of your skin through the injections. It also helps to get rid of free radicals that can cause damage to your cells.
While plenty of skincare products have PLLA ingredients, they aren’t as effective since they are only applied on top of the skin layers. Whereas Sculptra is applied deep into the skin layers, rejuvenating your skin from inside and out.
Why You Need Collagen
Collagen is a protein that acts as your skin’s framework. It provides your skin with strength and elasticity, which is why it is found in the outer layers of your skin, like the dermis. However, their production can decrease with premature aging.
It is essential to maintain collagen levels to keep your skin healthy, young-looking, and wrinkle-free. So by restoring the appropriate amount of collagen into your system, we can rejuvenate the skin from inside and out naturally.
Now that you know what Sculptra’s aesthetic treatment is and how it works, you can be confident that Sculptra’s effects will work as intended. So if you are interested in the treatment, do not hesitate to contact our clinic, The Skin Clinic. We offer various services that help address different skin concerns.