Definition - What does Skin Rejuvenation mean?
Skin rejuvenation is a non-invasive, non-surgical treatment that combats skin irregularities, such as acne, wrinkles, fine lines, freckles, sun spots, scars, dull skin or the presence of visible blood cells. Skin rejuvenation treatments range from skincare products, simple skin care treatments to be performed at home, to more elaborate skincare treatments that require the presence of a skincare professional and are carried out in a dermatological office.
The purpose of all skin rejuvenation techniques is removing skin irregularities which are created either by the aging process, sun exposure or genetics, and leaving the skin smooth, clear, healthy and appear youthful.
TheConsultation explains Skin Rejuvenation
Skin rejuvenation is a phrase that refers to all non-invasive skincare treatments that as a goal have the cleaning and healing of the skin, with the desired results being smooth and youthful looking skin. Skin rejuvenation techniques remove skin imperfections which are signs of aging such as loss of elasticity, development of fine lines, and deeper wrinkles.
The techniques also remove acne scars, and any skin discoloration of pigmentation. The overall goal of the technique is to refine the skin’s texture, resulting in a more vibrant, fresh, and healthy look.
Skin rejuvenation techniques include chemical peels, microdermabrasion, microneedling, light acid peels, dermabrasion, dermaplaning, laser resurfacing, spider vein treatment, and dermal fillers. Skin resurfacing is a term often mistakenly used as the synonym for skin rejuvenation – skin resurfacing is a means of skin rejuvenation, not its equivalent, and it refers specifically to the group of treatments which physically remove the top layer of the skin.