In the Valley, hot weather and sunny days are common and expected, and it’s no surprise that many of us deal with dry and damaged skin during the summer. Luckily, with a few tweaks here and there, your skin care regimen can help minimize the sun’s effects of aging. Uptown Medical Wellness & Anti-Aging Center also offers a nonsurgical treatment that can help improve your skin’s appearance. Let’s talk about minimizing the effects of aging and how our Skin Revitalization service can help you get quicker results.*
Don’t let wrinkles or sun-damaged skin plague you! Ask about our Skin Revitalization treatment today!
What is Skin Revitalization?
The treatment uses a light-based technology to help remove uneven skin tones and brown spots. It’s also used to tackle sun-damaged skin and can help wrinkles gradually disappear without harming the surrounding areas of the body. Depending on what your goal is, a series of treatments may be needed and results may vary.
Several factors can make your skin turn apple red during the hot summer months. Not only can heat affect your skin, it also brings about the issue of sweating. Many might not know this, but the dirt that our skin accumulates when we spend time outside can sometimes end up clogging our sweat ducts, causing perspiration to become trapped. This results in bumps, rashes and blisters. How can you avoid this? Washing your hands and face at least once a day can certainly help. Additionally, consider using anti-bacterial soap and keep yourself dry and cool as much as possible.
Water doesn’t just quench your thirst; it can also help skin stay hydrated throughout the day! Not drinking enough water, especially during the hottest months of the year, will leave your skin dry, prone to sunburn and even susceptible to irritation. If you start noticing dry patches on your lips, it could be a sign of dehydration. The best way to avoid these problems is to drink water whenever you can. Also, think about eating fruits that contain natural juices, such as oranges and grapes.
The sun can cause an incredible amount of damage to skin, especially to those with fair and sensitive skin. The most ideal way to prevent this is to avoid sun exposure as much as you can. Summer is usually the time when most people love going to the beach to soak up some rays for a beautiful and natural tan, but if possible, plan outdoor excursions in the late afternoon. Remember to wear sunscreen before stepping outside and re-apply it every four to five hours.
Love the Skin You’re In
Our Skin Revitalization treatments are designed to turn back time so that you can emerge looking better than before.* Call or visit us today so we can go over all of the details of our services and decide which treatment is best for you!
*Results may vary from person to person.