Health and Fitness

5 Strange Anti-Aging Treatments Which Really Work

Fine lines, wrinkles and pigmentation come with time and age, and are considered symptoms of skin ageing. While we should try to accept the changes gracefully without fretting, there’s no harm in wanting to look beautiful and young. Anti-aging supplements like gerovital can target skin aging issues however there are some really effective ways in which you can get rid of skin-ageing. Some of these are really bizarre, but extremely effective in regaining youthful skin. you can find more info about them here.

Five such strange but effective treatments are listed below:

  1. Vampire Face Lifts

Also known as Platelet-rich Plasma Treatment or PRP, this treatment involves taking out blood from the patient’s vein. Thereafter the plasma is separated from the RBCs, and used in various facelift and skin regeneration procedures.

  1. Bee Venom Facial

Bee venom is beneficial to tighten skin by pumping up collagen. This diminishes the look of fine lines and wrinkles, thus plumping up face skin. Ensure you’re not allergic to bee venom before you decide for this treatment.

  1. Hyaluronic Acid Injections

Hyaluronic acid has been in the beauty market for its ability to retain 1000 times its weight in water. Injections infused with this miracle acid help to hydrate skin and keep it looking youthful. If your regular beauty products do not offer you a concentrated dose of HA, you can opt for this treatment that involves directly injecting HA in your face skin.

  1. Facial Acupuncture

This treatment increases water and oil content of skin, thus helping to brighten skin tone and keep skin looking radiant and young. It helps clear away toxins from the face and increase blood flow and other nutrients to the upper layers of skin.

  1. Leech Therapy

Leeching is considered to be an effective anti-aging treatment. It helps flush out toxins from skin and rejuvenates dull and aging skin.

Remember to consult your dermatologist before heading for any of these treatments.

Liam Rubin is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Cambodia. He is currently the managing editor of T3 Licensing and a freelance writer.