Smooth skin treatments
Medical treatments are available, depending on your needs and budget. Speak to a dermatologist about your options.
4 percent hydroquinone
Hydroquinone is a skin lightener that’s used to treat hyperpigmentation. It can also be used to treat other skin issues, including:
post-inflammatory marks caused by certain skin conditions
Chemical peels remove dead skin cells so that the healthier, smooth skin beneath is revealed. It can be used to treat:
.fine lines and wrinkles
Microdermabrasion and dermabrasion
Microdermabrasion uses an applicator with an abrasive tip to sand away the outer layer of the skin. Dermabrasion is a more invasive procedure that removes the damaged outer layers of the skin.
Both can be used to treat:
fine lines and wrinkles
uneven skin tone and texture
Laser skin resurfacing
Laser skin resurfacing uses powerful light beams to remove damaged skin. It can be used to reduce the appearance of:
Dermal fillers or Botox
Botox and dermal fillers are injectable cosmetic treatments used for wrinkles. Botox works by relaxing muscles in the face to smooth out its appearance, while fillers use a gel-type substance to fill in lines and wrinkles. It also softens the contours of your face.
Lines, wrinkles, and other markings on the skin are a natural part of life that tends to become more apparent with age. While there’s no shame in having them, some people want to hang on to their smooth skin for as long as possible.
With some changes to your lifestyle and the help of at-home or medical treatments, you can help keep your skin smooth