Beauty tips | ‘Wellaging’, the art of aging in a ‘natural’ way
Stopping the passage of time to stop the signs of aging is the desire of many. However, although aging is a natural and inevitable process, it is possible to celebrate years with a good and healthy image.
For this reason, Dr. Leticia Fasano, Medical Specialist in Aesthetic Medicine and Plastic Surgery at Clínica Opción Médica, is in favor of the trend ‘wellaging’: “a concept that refers to the ability to age ‘naturally’without resorting to surgeries or invasive treatments,” he says.
What is the idea?
According to Dr. Fasano, ‘wellaging’ “consists of performing treatments appropriate to the quality of our skin and, above all, with a natural and without hiding the passing of the yearshelping to make the passage of time as comfortable as possible.”
In fact, the doctor maintains that Hollywood actresses such as Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett and Julia Roberts are clear examples of “natural” aging. non-surgical, since “they are women who have prolonged their beauty over the years without going under the scalpel“.
The doctor warns that the most important thing is to maintain good hydration and nutrition, combined with a healthy lifestyle. “Varied diet, hydration and exercise along with a daily facial cleansing routine (and sun protection as a great ally for the face, neck and areas exposed to the sun) are the main base of this pyramid& rdquor ;. And it is that hydrate, nourish and protect the skin These are fundamental aspects, also associated with the intake of daily collagen and vitamin supplements,” he stresses.
“Likewise, we can also help ourselves with non-surgical alternatives. And this is where the role of aesthetic medicine comes into play “, he says and acknowledges that” it is about subtle and natural changesbut also temporary ones that help to pass the passage of time, giving facial and body skin a better appearance,” he says.
Thus, among the ‘wellaging’ beauty treatments carried out at Clínica Opción Médica, the following stand out: vitamin facial mesotherapy to hydrate and illuminate the skin; treatment of facial cell regeneration for collagen stimulation; treatment of facial wrinkles with botulinum toxin and facial fillers with facial restructuring; the anti-aging facial laser for skin tightening and erasing blemishes; chemical ‘peels’ for the removal of dead facial cells and tissue recovery…
Finally, the specialist believes that “the combination of these treatments (adequately and gradually) is a great help for harmonious and natural aging, always combined with a healthy life, rest and physical activity,” she concludes.