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All you need to know about skincare injectables

Ever used a skincare product that claimed to have skin rejuvenating properties like collagen and elastin only for it to show little or no results? Sometimes it seems to take a long time before you get to see any noticeable changes in your skin.

 

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The Why

The reason why the skincare products you apply topically are not as effective is because some ingredients don’t penetrate into the skin easily. For example, hyaluronic acid, the ingredient which stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, doesn’t penetrate to the layer of the skin where it can perform its wonders. Before it can penetrate in your skin it has to be fine-tuned in the lab. This process may reduce its full potential. That’s why it takes a long time before you see the most coveted beautiful skin.

The skincare products help reduce premature aging by minimizing the presence of wrinkles and improving cell elasticity. That is why they are included in almost all skin rejuvenating skincare products.

However, if collagen, elastin or hyaluronic acids are so vital and don’t penetrate into the skin easily then how can you enjoy the benefits they offer?

 

The How

Cosmetologists devised a way women, like you and I, can experience the full benefits of collagen and elastin. The effect is immediate so you don’t have to wait for a long time before the benefits kick in. To achieve this you need to go through a simple procedure. You get the skincare products injected into your skin.

It may sound a little scary to some of you who are afraid of needles but skincare injectables promise to deliver excellent results. The success is based on ensuring that they’re injected below the skin where the action can take place as soon as they are deposited. It would have taken weeks, if not months, for them to get there while applying the skincare products that contain the exact properties topically.

There are so many types of injectables like Xeomin, Botox, and Juvenderm with their specific functions and peculiarities. However, as good as injectables sound their effects aren’t permanent. Injectables last about 6 to 9 months.

 

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If you’re interested in injectables that will help bring the glow back or cause your wrinkles and fine lines vanish, make sure you ask how long they last. The bright side is that it is safe to have the same procedure multiple times.

 

The Limits

Of course, skincare injectables have their limits. Although they do an amazing job keeping the wrinkles out of sight you may not end up too lucky if you have deeps set wrinkles. And that is because little or nothing can be done for these type of wrinkles. That’s why it’s advisable to use skincare injectables when the fine lines and wrinkles are at their early stage or when you start noticing them.

You need to exercise a lot of caution when going for an injectable procedure. Some injectables require that you avoid or reduce physical activities. Others require you to be cautious when applying makeup on the area where the injectable procedure was applied.

Skincare routines like exfoliation should be avoided immediately after the procedure. The injectable procedure can leave your skin sensitive or bruised. The intensity depends on your skin type but they disappear after some time. So make sure that you have the injectable procedure carried out by a trained and experienced professional.

What do you think of skincare injectables? Have you ever thought of having them? Have you had the procedure before? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. Also free feel to share this post on your social media platforms.

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24 responses

  1. Interesting! I don’t think it’s a procedure I would have. I will stick to my facial yoga exercises which are totally free with no recovery. Not keen on needles either

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  3. I literally wash off my face with water in the mornings. At night, I’ll wash it off with water first, then use a Neutrogena makeup remover wipe at night. Sometimes I’ll exfoliate but my skincare routine is so simple. I’m looking for a new one!

    • Good to try new products if you want a change. You can also speak with a dermatologist if you have any skin concerns.

  4. I don’t know that I would ever do injectables. It still seems a bit risky to me, especially when there are so many other things we can do for skin treatment – and better yet – let’s just learn to love ourselves the way we are.

  5. I’m contemplating either to get myself started on injectable for the longest time now . loved to read ur take on to this subject

  6. I don’t think I would ever use injectables on myself. I rarely even use cosmetics, because I think natural is beautiful, and I don’t like exposing myself to anymore harmful chemicals than is absolutely necessary :). I do however know people that have had these types of procedures done, and have been very happy with the results! Thank you for sharing!

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  8. I’ve never really considered injectables but the process makes sense. It’s takes a while to see the results from creams sometimes. Maybe I’ll reconsider when I get a little older.

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