Fall and Winter Skincare Tips

by | Nov 5, 2016

Summer brings so many benefits to your life, and also to your skin – summer air, vitamin D and spending time outdoors.  But – Summer also brings sunburns, sun damage and premature aging – as well as dry skin and sometimes acne breakouts. Now Summer has ended, we transition into Fall and Winter, it is important to revisit your skincare maintenance and daily regimen.

Fall and Winter skincare tips

  1. Use Sunscreen! As we move into cooler weather, it’s still very important to protect your skin from the sun.  The best way to do this is by using a broad-spectrum sunscreen – or a tinted moisturizer with sunscreen – every single day.
  2. Stay Oily:  you’ve been blessed with natural oils and protective skin secretions – don’t let strong soaps, hot baths and long showers strip these natural benefits from your skin.  When you get out of the shower or bath – be soft and kind to your skin, and pat dry with a clean towel. Rubbing not only stretches the skin but it can remove these beneficial oils.
  3. Moisturize: Take some time and find the right product, and the right weight of  moisturizer – for your skin and liking. All moisturizers are not created equal. So many men and women do not moisturize every day – either the texture and finish of the moisturizer is unsightly or uncomfortable, too heavy or ineffective. Find the right moisturizer and use it every day. Be careful too not to use a drying cleanser.. the right skincare products make all the difference.

Professional Skin Care Services

During the cooler, dryer Fall and Winter months, regular exfoliation is paramount for the renewal of your precious skin cells.  Period and regular maintenance with Microdermabrasion, Hydrafacial, Oxygen treatments and Chemical Peels will help keep the dead skin sloughing away and allow the new, beautiful skin cells to turn over, regenerate and revitalize your look.  

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Skin that has recently undergone any kind of cosmetic procedure should always be protected with a broad spectrum sunscreen to help prevent damage.

Following a cosmetic procedure, skin may be extremely sensitive and tender, which may make the use of your regular skin care products uncomfortable due to irritation and sensitivity issues of your post-op skin.

Post-procedure skin is particularly delicate, so be sure to use skin care products that are gentle and non-irritating.

Following a pre-op and post-op skin care program that involves application of specialized products for cosmetic procedures can help speed up your recovery and improve overall results.