A wrinkle, also known as a rhytide, is a fold, ridge or crease in the skin.
Chemical Peels: In a chemical peel, a chemical solution is applied to small areas of skin on the face, neck or hands. The chemicals damage the outer layers of skin in a controlled way. After the procedure, the damaged skin becomes red and peels off. Chemical peels can remove age spots, acne scars, and some wrinkles. As the smoother skin underneath heals and grows, your skin looks younger.
Chemical peels come in a variety of strengths and types. Glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid, salicyclic acid, lactic acid, or carboric acids are used, sometimes in combinations. The application can take as little as 15 minutes. There may be mild redness and irritation afterwards, but most people return to normal activities immediately. It's important to wear sunscreen to protect your vulnerable skin after a chemical peel.
"Regular" laser skin resurfacing uses a high-powered laser to damage outer layers of the skin with heat. Recovery can take weeks.
Newer "no ablative" lasers penetrate beneath the surface skin. This stimulates collagen production, improving skin's tone and texture and minimizing fine lines. There is no damage to the outer skin, so there is no recovery time.
Each 15 to 30-minute procedure may cause some mild redness, which goes away quickly. A total of four to six treatments, spaced out over several weeks, provide the best results.
Certain types of wrinkles are better treated with Botox Injections. Example; Such wrinkles are : frown lines inbetween the eye brow, laugh lines between the nose and cheek.
The Masseter Muscle (Chewing Muscle) enlargement loose neck muscle under the chin. The effects of Injections are temporary and for ideal results the injections shall be repeated after six months.
Chemical Peels : Rs. 5000 Per Session
Laser Skin Resurfacing Rs. 7000 Per Session