As we grow older, our pores appear bigger and fine lines develop on our forehead, around the mouth, and under our eyes. These two skin concerns are often caused by loss of collagen resulting in a dull and uneven skin texture. Fine lines make us look older than we really are while large facial pores make our skin appear rough and uneven.
Those who are bothered by these skin concerns should opt for treatments with collagen-boosting properties that are effective in minimizing enlarged pores and reducing fine lines. And luckily, aesthetic medicine has produced the latest technological innovations for fine lines and large pores treatment.
Here are 5 ways to effectively reduce pore size and fine lines:
#1 Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers are a great way to correct large pores and laugh lines. The use of fillers on the forehead, cheeks, and under the eyes adds volume to the face. The added volume plumps up the skin, visibly reducing pore size and fine lines. Additionally, dermal fillers are known to boost collagen formation and deeply hydrate the skin, leading to a significant improvement of the skin’s appearance and texture.
The added volume plumps up the skin, visibly reducing pore size and fine lines. Additionally, dermal fillers are known to boost collagen formation and deeply hydrate the skin, leading to a significant improvement of the skin’s appearance and texture.
#2 Pearl Resurfacing Treatment
Used in many aesthetic clinics Singapore, the Cutera Pearl Resurfacing Treatment uses advanced laser technology to treat wrinkles, fine lines, acne scars, sun damage, and enlarged pores.
This US FDA-approved skin resurfacing treatment, especially effective for reducing pore size and minimizing fine lines on forehead and lines under eyes, should only be administered by a certified skin specialist in Singapore. The procedure usually lasts between 45 minutes to two hours, depending on the size of the treatment area.
Pearl resurfacing treatments require a minimal downtime of only 5 to 7 days, and after this period, you’ll enjoy radiant and glowing skin.
#3 Laser Genesis
If you want to reduce the size of your enlarged facial pores and fine lines around mouth without experiencing the side effects associated with invasive cosmetic procedures, you should consider getting Laser Genesis treatments.
Laser Genesis is an innovative, advanced non-invasive laser procedure that is proven safe and effective for the treatment of enlarged pores, fine lines, wrinkles, scars, redness and other blemishes. It works by gently heating up the dermal layers of the skin to stimulate collagen growth. The result is a plumper, smoother, healthier, and vibrant skin.
#4 Cutis Vitality Peel
Chemical peels are among the most effective ways to minimise pores, reduce the appearance of fine lines, even out skin tone, and smoothen rough skin.
Often used as an uneven skin tone treatment, Cutis Vitality Peel is a deep peel that works its way below the skin’s superficial layers to stimulate new collagen growth. This boost in collagen formation adds volume and smoothness to the skin from the inside out, effectively correcting enlarged pores and fine lines.
Microdermabrasion is a skin treatment Singapore that’s performed by a skin specialist to rejuvenate dull skin and improve the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and large pores. This noninvasive lunchtime procedure treats skin imperfections by using tiny crystals to gently peel away the outermost layer of the skin.
The procedure results in skin turnover as well as the production of new collagen and elastin in the skin, plumping up the problem areas. For best results, microdermabrasion is often combined with medical-grade facials and other treatments to hasten the skin rejuvenation process.
To find out which pores and fine lines treatment is good for your skin, please call our clinic for a consultation with Dr. Sylvia Ramirez, a Harvard-trained and US Board Certified doctor.
Dr. Sylvia, Cutis Medical Laser Clinics Singapore’s Scientific and Medical Director, has more than two decades of extensive experience in aesthetic medicine and other medical specialties.