December 11, 2017

What are the Quick Skin Fixes Celebrities Swear by?

By In Body image, Cosmetic surgery, Skincare products

While we wish we could say the hollywood elite solves skin problems fast with all-natural remedies you can pick up anywhere, that does not seem to be the case. Instead, there are quick skin fixes celebrities swear by. Celebrity dermatologists offer them science’s cutting-edge, lightning-fast and yes, pricey, solutions.

Here are 4 Quick Skin Fixes Celebrities Swear by:

#1 Photodynamic Therapy

This uses a blue light combined with an amino acid that’s applied to the face. It’s used for patients (including celebs) with severe acne issues. It can be fast, but photodynamic therapy can also lead to itchiness, swelling, infections and crusting, so make sure you are in the hands of an experienced dermatologist with this particular therapy, which can cost around $4,000.

#2 Ultrasonic Hydration

While hyaluronic acid is a great moisturizer and collagen protein is one of the key building blocks of skin, getting both to penetrate to the deepest levels of skin is not easy. That’s why this therapy uses serums of these substances combined with ultrasound waves to get them deep down into the skin for maximum hydration. However, results only last a day or so—more of a short-term than long-term solution. This is why skin care scientists at Adore Cosmetics advise focusing on integrating these kinds of ingredients into a long-term skincare routine.

#3 Filling Up

You’ve probably heard of hyaluronic acid fillers with brand names like Restylane, Juvederm and such. These are good in the areas between the nose and lips and also for crows’ feet around the ideas. But stars also use them around the jawline and cheeks to plump up the skin for a more youthful look. Each treatment costs hundreds, though, and filler results are permanent in many cases, so proceed with caution. Remember that we’ve seen stars that overdo it with the fillers…

#4 Electric Facials

This one seems to be performed more by aestheticians than dermatologists, and the idea here is to use very light electrical currents to kill the bacteria that can cause acne and possibly help cells repair themselves. The thing to keep in mind is that, like, NO studies show that this works. Also aestheticians are NOT dermatologists and don’t have anywhere near their training. So again, be careful: your Uncle Larry may be great at pulling teeth in his garage but if he didn’t go to dental school…well, good luck with that. A similar deal here, not to mention that there’s no clinical support that it works.

If you enjoyed learning about quick skin fixes celebrities swear by, continue reading Why Clean Beauty Is All the Rage.

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