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Anti-Aging

As the years pass, you may begin to notice that your skin is changing on an almost daily basis. Dark spots are appearing out of nowhere, your once smooth skin is rough and dull, and lines and wrinkles seem to multiply exponentially. These issues are all a part of the natural aging process, but there are also other pieces to the puzzle of an aging face.

Everything from genetics to the environment can have an impact on your complexion

Most people have multiple types of skin dilemmas, so finding the facial treatment or treatments that will work best to refresh aging skin can often be complicated. There are so many options available, from medical grade skin care lines to laser treatments to surgical procedures to reverse damage and restore a younger-looking complexion. At The Rejuva Center at Williams, we offer several options for facial rejuvenation, each one designed to treat a different issue in a different way. But first, we’ve chosen some of the most common concerns related to aging and damaged skin, exploring their causes and ways to prevent and treat them.

Lines & Wrinkles

One of the first signs of aging is often the tiny lines that appear around your eyes or across your forehead. Over time, they continue to increase in number and etch themselves deeper into your skin, until they’re not just occasionally noticeable, but a daily reminder of your most frequent facial expressions. Lines and wrinkles are a result of several factors, and are typically produced by a combination of genetics, lifestyle, environmental damage, cellular changes and the depletion of collagen and elastin in your skin. But while wrinkles may all look the same, there are significant differences that can affect the way you treat them.

Treatment options for both active and passive wrinkles

Changes in Skin Texture

Skin texture is a term that refers to the surface condition of your skin. Ideally, your skin should be smooth and supple, fully hydrated with ample collagen and elastin. It feels soft and looks even, and there is no visible discoloration or damage.

Issues that contribute to the downfall of a youthful, glowing complexion

  • Decrease in collagen and elastin
  • Sun damage
  • Decreased hydration
  • Skin conditions (acne or rosacea)
  • Using the wrong skincare products for your skin type
  • Slower cell turnover

Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is caused by an increase in the melanin in your skin. Melanin is a pigment found naturally in our bodies, and is responsible for giving our hair, skin and eyes their color. Not only that, but melanin is designed to protect you from harmful UV rays – that’s why when you spend time in the sun, your skin gets darker. Your suntan is actually your body increasing its melanin production as a protective mechanism against UV damage. Other factors that can trigger melanin production include hormone changes, skin injuries and age.

Treatment options for varing degrees of hyperpigmentation

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When you come into The Rejuva Center at Williams, our experienced staff will first examine your skin and listen to your concerns. Once your goals and desired results have been established, we will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan to address your skin issues, catering to the unique needs of your skin to restore an even tone and texture and keep you looking fresh and youthful.

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