As time passes, your skin goes through several changes. Skin rejuvenation can help you look more youthful and refreshed and is among the services available from Eyal Levit, MD, and the team of dermatology specialists at Levit Dermatology in the Manhattan Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.
Skin rejuvenation refers to treatments that work to repair damaged skin, create a more youthful appearance, or trigger your body to create new tissue.
There are many options to choose from, each with a distinct set of pros and cons. Working with a highly skilled team of dermatology professionals is the best way to ensure you select the best possible treatment path. Chemical peels are a wonderful choice. Specially formulated chemical solutions exfoliate the outermost layers of skin with no abrasion.
Advancements in aesthetic technology have created numerous treatment platforms that use carefully controlled beams of light to trigger changes in your skin.
This treatment uses blue LED light to kill the bacteria contributing to acne. You can choose an at-home system or a more intensive in-office treatment using Allumera® cream.
The Cortex laser directs light energy into the deeper layers of skin to promote new tissue growth. A fractional laser, Cortex only alters a portion of skin, avoiding lengthy recovery time.
This high-intensity blue light plasma treatment increases circulation to the area, reducing inflammation and destroying bacteria.
IPL uses selective wavelengths of light to stimulate your body to eliminate areas of concentrated pigment, including age spots, melasma, and spider veins. The outermost layers of skin remain intact, eliminating downtime.
Kybella® is an injectable medication that breaks down fat cells in the area beneath your chin. Once gone, those cells do not regenerate, creating a more refined profile.
Not everyone is a good candidate for light-based treatments, but there are still powerful options that refresh and rejuvenate your skin.
This treatment uses liquid nitrogen to create extremely cold temperatures. Your body reacts by reducing inflammation and stabilizing your sebaceous glands, improving rosacea and acne.
Adding supplemental vitamins to your wellness routine can improve your skin and also help you feel your best. Your practitioner works closely with you to determine which oral and topical vitamins offer the best fit.