Wrinkle treatments in Kuala Lumpur are a great way to make your skin look younger. You can go for a holiday to Kuala Lumpur and also enjoy bargain basement rates on various skin treatments to get rid of wrinkles. By your thirties or forties, you tend to start noticing fine lines and wrinkles creeping up. While you can take good care of your skin, using various high end skin products, these only delay the inevitable and don’t work on all kinds of skin.
Among the problems that cause wrinkles on the skin are:
The sooner you take care of your skin, the better otherwise the lines deepen into creases that can only be removed by a surgical facelift.
Kuala Lumpur is a great place for a holiday. It is in the heart of south-east Asia and has a lot to offer the tourist including local tourist attractions, historic places, museums, gardens, parks, sanctuaries even forest reserves. If these are not up your alley, then it also has great cuisines on offer, huge shopping malls and excellent medical facilities.
There are numerous clinics and hospitals in KL as the place has a host of medical tourists from all over the globe. Doctors are well qualified and many have got degrees and certifications from western countries. Therefore you can easily combine a holiday in KL with wrinkle treatment as well.
You can book on your own, but you will never know what kind of place you are looking at. Can you be sure that the clinic you choose is recognised with an international organisation such as the Joint Commission International? As the city is teeming with salons and clinics that promise you the moon at cheap rates, you should not take a chance with your skin and have a bad experience. After all, you get these treatments done in the hope that you look younger and not end up with bad skin.
When you book through Medical Departures you are safe because we only recommend clinics and hospitals that we have thoroughly investigated. We make sure that well qualified and trained doctors and other staff are manning these clinics as many of the procedures need an experienced hand. We also check the ambience and amenities of these clinics so that you are not short changed in any way.
Basically almost all the wrinkle treatments use different methods of removing the wrinkles. Among the procedures that can be used are:
Botox – injected into wrinkles and lines, botox paralyses the muscles under the skin, resulting in the skin looking smoother.
Dermal fillers – these are of different kinds, using various products. When injected, the fill up the wrinkles, resulting in smoother looking skin.
Thermage – this uses radio frequency waves to stimulate collagen production in deeper layers of the skin, resulting in wrinkle free skin.
Various lasers – hot and cold lasers going by names like Titan, Fraxel, Re-Firme, Accent, N-Lite use various techniques to tighten and tone the skin.
Dermabrasion – different dermabrasion techniques are used to sand the skin and rejuvenate it; the new skin is smoother and firmer.
Chemical peels – acids of different strengths are used for a minute on the skin under controlled conditions. These burn away the top layer and the new skin is younger and tauter.
You have to consult with the plastic surgeon as to which procedure will be right for you, depending on what is the condition of your skin and what you hope to achieve. Sometimes combination treatments work best. Most of these treatments take about 30 minutes at the most and require little or no recovery time.
Cost varies a great deal and really depends on what treatment you need for your skin. Botox and fillers may be charged per unit for use. The cost per unit is a minimum of three times in Australia when compared to Kuala Lumpur. If you have more than one treatment, you will need to pay accordingly.
If you have always wanted to go to Kuala Lumpur, then having wrinkle treatment is a great idea. Book now with Medical Departures for an affordable alternative in Kuala Lumpur. Check below on ways to contact us and you will be on your way to a more youthful appearance after wrinkle treatments in Kuala Lumpur.
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