5 Signs To Consider Facial Rejuvenation

Over the years, we experience a lot of emotions and stress that can take a toll on our skin. This becomes more apparent the older we get as wrinkles and lines start to show on our faces. While this is a simple fact of life, it can oftentimes be a blow to our self-esteem and overall happiness. At Waco Surgical Arts, we have the treatments to help get your skin looking better than ever with facial rejuvenation treatments. Let’s take a look at 5 signs that you should consider facial treatment.

5 Signs To Consider Facial Rejuvenation

Wrinkles/Fine Lines

As one of the most common features that presents itself on the face as we age, fine lines and wrinkles are a sign of aging. It’s no secret that this is one of the most common reasons most choose to get facial rejuvenation treatment. Wrinkles and fine lines can form just about anywhere on the face, although most common areas will include frown lines and the forehead.


Increased Skin Laxity

Skin laxity is the increased thinness, dryness, and looseness of the skin. Skin laxity is common underneath the eyes, on the brow, and in the cheeks. This happens when there is a decreased elasticity of the skin, sometimes caused by chronic dehydration.


Skin Tone/Texture Is Uneven

Uneven skin tone refers to the distortion of your skin's complexion due to rosacea, broken capillaries, or other skin-toning issues. Uneven skin texture occurs when there is dryness of the skin surface over long periods of time. While uneven skin tone and texture can happen at any age, it is more common in those over 40 years old.


Acne Scarring

Acne and acne scarring is another common issue that is resolved with facial rejuvenation. What is sometimes referred to as a teenage skin issue is often times seen in your late 30s or 40s, especially in women who suffer from hormonal acne. Acne scarring leaves behind a dimpled look on your skin and can cause enlarged pores.


Dark Spots/Blemishes

Dark spots and blemishes are skin damage that you may have received years ago that is finally starting to show. This can be from unprotected sun exposure, moles, pockmarks, and other facial skin damage.