Aesthetic Treatments for Rough Skin Texture
We offer a range of aesthetic treatments for rough skin texture at our Glasgow clinic
Rough skin is often associated with sun damage, but it can also be associated with natural changes in the skin after menopause when the drop in oestrogen levels results in thinning of the skin. Fortunately, there are various effective treatments for rough skin texture, such as microdermabrasion, dermal fillers and light chemical peels.
Before considering medical microdermabrasion treatments, the most simple treatment for rough skin texture and tired skin is moisturiser. These products are usually made according to the different skin types, so you may need to work your way through a few different brands before you find one that really works with your skin type.
For most people, this will be effective. But in situations where these simple measures don’t work, there are a number of non-surgical treatment options that can help in achieving silky smooth skin and bringing about an appearance of a younger complexion.
Book an appointment for your microdermabrasion treatment at the Aesthetic Medicine Institute