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Anti-Aging Injectables

SpecialChem / Nick Morante – May 26, 2010

In addition to light diffusion as a method of hiding wrinkles, other methods of wrinkle reduction involve injections of substances into the skin and can be somewhat painful. But it has been shown that these other methods do work, have lasting results, makes skin look and feel younger but are quite costly and have to be repeated from time to time to keep the skin’s appearance on the “younger” side. Some of the treatments used to eliminate wrinkles involve injecting materials into the skin to relax muscle, while others inject materials that plump the skin are “full in” the wrinkles. These treatments can range in cost from around $400 to as high as $1000 or more and last from three or four months to almost two years. So for people with money and the desire to look younger, this is the obvious choice as a number of surveys have shown.Coming fresh off an article on light diffusion and its use in anti-aging products, I felt it was somewhat informative if I mention some of the methods that can be used to hide aging and fine lines just in case a person prefers the instant gratification of removing wrinkles. I’m talking about injectables and fillers that are introduced directly into the skin. So if light diffusion doesn’t seem practical for you, you can always try injectables...

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