The visible signs of aging cannot be fully avoided, but can be dramatically minimized. The key is to do it as gently as possible. As far as the skin is concerned there are two types of aging – intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic aging involves the inevitable; as we grow older, our skin naturally becomes thinner and drier.
Photoaging also causes pigment changes with development of age spots (sun-induced freckles) and uneven skin tone. Spider veins and dilated capillaries are another sign of photoaged skin.
The simplest way to see the contrast between intrinsic and extrinsic aging is to compare skin commonly exposed to the sun (face, hands, and neck) and skin not exposed to the sun (usually on the breasts, inner arms or buttocks).
Agera Kojic Plus 2% Lightening Cream contains a powerful combination of Kojic acid, Kojic Dipalmaite and 2% Hydro Quinone to effectively treat pigmentation of the hands and face. This cream is effective for solar lentigos and age or liver spots.
This cream contains no HydroQuinone and it is designed to lighten facial and hand pigmentation. Active ingredients include plant-derived mulberry and bear berry extracts which posess tyrosinese inhibition activity blocking the melanocytes which cause pigmentation.
This gentle, no down-time treatment is used to improve cosmetic appearance of face, neck, body and hands by significantly reducing pigmented lesions as well as redness, flushing and improving skin texture and tone.
Typically performed in four to six treatments over four months, IPL provides gradual improvement with very low risk that patients and physicians find tremendously satisfying. And the procedure is safe enough for application on the face, neck, chest and hands.