Improving your appearance and increasing your bank account are two things that are probably always on your to-do list. Unfortunately, by improving your appearance you may have to purchase a lot of products to keep you looking younger – and these costs may counteract with your goal of increasing your savings. So, to do the least damage to your bank account, choose carefully on the products you purchase to keep you looking young.
Anti-wrinkle creams can cost a fortune, and the hard part is choosing which one will actually give you the results you want. Some sources say you should go with collagen, while other sources say retinol (vitamin A) should be used. Still, more sources claim alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) work the best. Savvy shoppers don’t bother wasting money on creams and lotions with mild results – they go straight to the techniques that work. Dermal fillers cost a little bit more than the creams, but the results are instant and stunning. Compared to more intrusive procedures of cosmetic surgeries, they also cost much less.
Surgical procedures for anti-aging can be extremely expensive. Blepharoplasty (eye bag removal), a brow lift, a facelift (rhytidectomy), neck lift (platsmaplasty) and fat injections (fat grafting) can cost a lot to have done, as well as several weeks off from work to recover. Juvederm (a procedure that fills in wrinkles and lines with a smooth gel filling) is less intrusive and only takes about fifteen minutes to complete. The results are instant and can last up to a year. With its ease of healing time and long-lasting results, this non-surgical, FDA-approved procedure has become the latest in skin care. If you are looking for a way to look younger without breaking the bank, dermal fillers are the way to go.