Hydroquinone: A topical ingredient that inhibits the enzyme tyrosinase, which are pigments to lighten the discoloration. A concentration of 2 percent is available over the counter, doctors may prescribe a 4 percent, to clarify more dramatic.
Chemical peels: The acid solution is painted on a face lift away the top layers of skin, improve texture and color. Basically, the skin most commonly used light glycolic or salicylic acid, and cause mild, temporary redness. Four to six monthly treatments are usually recommended.
Microdermabrasion: tiny aluminum oxide crystals are sprayed on the skin to polish off dead skin cells, improving skin texture and pigmentation removal of the surface. The skin may be pink for a couple of hours. A series of four to six treatments is usually suggested.
Botox: a purified form of botulinum toxin injection, which blocks nerve impulses that cause muscle activity - and the wrinkles that result. After it is injected (you feel a pinch), the lines disappear in about a week, the results last three to four months. (Many dermatologists are now also using Dysport, a botulinum toxin recently approved by the FDA can be compared with Botox in the effectiveness and longevity.)
Hyaluronic acid fillers (Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm): synthetic sugars injected into the skin plump lines and restore the lost volume in the face. Restylane and Juvederm are now confused with the anesthetic lidocaine injections cause minimal discomfort. Results are visible immediately and last about six months. You might have a little 'bloated for a day or two, bruising is also possible.
Radiesse: In charge of the compound calcium-based accounts that can reshape the cheeks and chin. See the results immediately, and last up to one year. You may have a slight swelling of one or two days bruising is possible.
Fat Fat Transfer collected from a body part (usually the butt or thighs) are used for reconnaissance visit to the face. Results last for about six months to two years. You can see a couple of days the swelling and bruising.