After we enjoy the summer sun, we need to restore our skin from the damage it causes and free radical harm. Our skin needs a bit of extra help to recover its glow as we enter the Fall season. The fall and winter months are an exceptional time to kick up your exfoliating therapies due to minimal heat and sun exposure which can cause skin issues such as:
- Breakdown of the skin
Microneedling & Glow Combination
Microneedling: Designed to stimulate your skin’s natural ability to produce new collagen by creating “micro-channels” by vertically piercing the skin with tiny needles. This medical grade treatment can restore skin’s thickness with collagen production as well as improve fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, pore size, decrease hyperpigmentation and melasma. The downtime is minimal; patients can experience redness that can last 24 to 48 hours after, and dryness or flakiness (time can vary depending on the depth that is recommended for your skincare concerns). This makes it a great treatment for those that have a busy lifestyle and do not have the capacity for extended amounts of downtime. Usually, you will notice improvements in your skin tone and texture after the first treatment, more significant results will start to occur after 2 -3 treatments.
Polish & Glow Treatment: This treatment combines the manual exfoliation benefits of Dermaplaning with the chemical exfoliation benefits of our Express Glow treatment. This combination is a great way to improve the appearance of mild, dull skin and smooth out dry, rough skin. It is a great stand-alone treatment to enhance your at-home care or can be done post microneedling (SEE OUR GREAT PROMO) to continue to polish off and soften the texture, plump and hydrate and enhance the results of your microneedling treatment.
An ablative laser with fractional technology, which targets fine lines, wrinkles, sun damage, melasma and improves overall texture. Most people can achieve great results after one session. The Fractional C02 laser energy removes surface tissue and heats at the level of the dermis to stimulate new collagen production and break up pigmentation. The downtime can typically last 5 to 7 days (healing time can vary per patient) for the face. This consists of mild redness and bronzing of the skin prior to sloughing. This is ideal for those who want dramatic changes in only one resurfacing treatment and have more availability for downtime. Consult with your skincare specialist today to discover the best treatment for your skin care needs!