- Jun 15, 2015
I was wondering because I'm starting to get wrinkles and I'm wondering if I should visit the spa or a dermatologist. Anyone able to speak from personal experience?
Heh I like the way you think! I just read Christie Brinkley's new book and she gets stuff done and looks fantastic. But it's certainly cheaper to just not care.kenny said:Therapy works, and in the long run is probably cheaper than combating the inevitables of nature.
Work on your great inner beauty.
I wear it every day!momhappy said:Facials can help to minimize the appearance of fine lines, but they can't make wrinkles disappear. Peels and/or lasers can be an effective tool in combatting aging, so you might want to research those. Do you wear sunscreen?
Great tips!! Yoga and humidifier are great suggestions because there is no downsidePintoBean said:Microdermabrasion helps me. I try to go annually around my birthday. I'm a few months late his year . The exfoliation combats the winter ashiness. I had it done once at the dermatologist six months before my wedding. Since then I've gone to Nordstroms spa. The last couple of times I've done an on the spot treatment. It's shorter like a half hour versus an hour. They cut some of the extras like a hand massage with lotion, but the same amount of time is spent sandblasting my face.
I have eczema, so I try to avoid chemicals. I'd rather a physical exfoliation lolol. For some reason though, no flare ups occur on my face (I hope I didn't just jinx myself).
My DH sucks at moisturizing. When he moisturizes (we have him using fractionated coconut oil head to toe now - one bottle head to toe he can handle. Lolol), his lines are less prominent. We also use a humidifier in the bedroom in the winter. That definitely helps his face as well.
Do you do yoga? I swear, when I used to do yoga, my instructor was 44 going on 28. I was convinced that all those moves where her head was below her heart ...all that blood rushing to her face gave her that ridiculous skin
Another alternative to harsh chemical peels is the Clear & Brilliant laser. After comparing the two treatments myself, I'd never have another chemical peel again. The down time for a chemical peel is at least a week (or more) vs. 0 downtime with the C & B laser.part gypsy|1456411348|3995511 said:My friend had I think a chemical? Peel? They applied on her face. Her face looked like crap for 2 weeks, but after that it looked visibly younger. But you have to go through those 2 weeks not caring I guess.
Retin a helps my skin.
I think facials and masks are very enjoyable and may make your skin temporarily nicer such as for going to a particular occasion but don't have any long term effects on wrinkles.