Five Beauty Treatments You Shouldn’t Do At Home

There are a lot of beauty treatments out there that seem like they would be simple enough to do at home. But sometimes, it’s best to leave things to the professionals. So here are five beauty treatments you shouldn’t try at home.

Chemical peel

It is the process of removing the top layer of skin with acids. Depending on how deep the acid goes, it is called a deep, medium, or superficial peel. As a result of this procedure, the skin is smoother, and small wrinkles, spots, bumps, and blackheads are removed. After peeling, the skin recovers better than before. A doctor can choose the desired acid or combination of acids to use, the depth of exposure, and consider the skin’s characteristics and condition, age, and concomitant diseases.


This procedure involves using tiny needles to introduce special preparations into your skin. These preparations increase skin elasticity, smooth wrinkles, and scars, correct facial contours, and fight fat deposits.

There are different techniques for giving drugs. The technique depends on the drug and what the doctor wants to happen. Only a doctor can choose the right drug and calculate how much to give.

Skin necrosis is a complication that can happen when you get mesotherapy. The skin’s surface will swell, and you will see pus-filled bumps. After a while, the bumps will go away, but the skin will be scarred.

botulinum therapy


This procedure involves injecting hyaluronic acid with various additives under the skin. Hyaluronic acid promotes the production of elastin and collagen, which makes the skin look younger. The doctor chooses the drug composition specifically for each individual. The doctor considers the patient’s skin characteristics, other health conditions, and age.

If you get the wrong type of medication, you might not get the desired effect or an undesired side effect, such as age spots. It is also possible that the drug will worsen any existing skin diseases. The most dangerous thing about using biorevitalization has an allergic reaction. It can be dangerous, especially if it happens in a clinic. If this happens, the doctor will help you. However, if something like this happens at home, you might not know what to do, and you might not have time to wait for help.

Botulinum therapy

Botox is a drug used to smooth wrinkles and folds in the skin. It is based on a poison that stops muscles from contracting. If you get the wrong dose, you might have a mask-like or distorted face.

If you do not inject Botox correctly, you might have drooping eyelids. As a result, you won’t be able to open your eyes, or they might not close completely. You might also get double vision.

Contour plastic with fillers

This procedure aims to smooth out wrinkles, change the shape and volume of your cheekbones and lips, correct the oval of your face, and fill in the nasolabial fold.

It is a serious procedure that a doctor should only do. The doctor will choose a filler of the desired density, which is suitable for a particular zone. The technique for performing the procedure in each area is also specific. If any of this is not considered, the consequences can be severe.

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