IT’S A NEW YEAR. BETTER SKIN STARTS NOW.
Start and maintain a consistent routine.
5 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR SKIN.
Consistency is key.
Your skin works hard to protect you. The largest organ in the body, your skin has many functions. It protects us from external factors – bacteria, viruses, environmental pollution. It helps regulate body temperature and maintain fluid balance. Improving your skin’s health helps support its protective role. Here are 5 easy ways to improve your skin’s health.
STEP 1: HYDRATE. HYDRATE. HYDRATE.
Dehydrated skin is dull skin. Moisturize your skin daily to hydrate the top layers of skin cells and seal in moisture.
Use mild cleansers, avoid harsh soaps or abrasive scrubs. And it never hurts to bump up your water intake, even just a little.
STEP 2: PREVENT. CORRECT. PROTECT.
Create a skin regimen with medical-grade skin care products that focus on these key concepts:
Prevent skin aging with antioxidants which help neutralize damage from free radicals found in environmental pollutants.
Correct and improve your skin concerns with products that address anti-aging, moisturizing and exfoliation.
Protecting your skin is essential. Use a sunscreen that provides broad spectrum sun protection.
STEP 3: EXFOLIATE.
Exfoliating your skin removes dead skin cells on the surface. Done on a regular basis, your skin maintains a healthy glow. Chemical Peels, HydraFacial or Hydradermabrasion exfoliate the skin while improving overall tone and texture. Regular exfoliation also enhances skin product absorption.
> Watch Chemical Peel treatment video.
> Watch HydraFacial treatment video.
“Great skin is the key to a healthy glow!” ~ Dr. Terry Maffi ~
STEP 4: EAT A HEALTHY DIET.
A healthy diet (lots of plants, healthy fats, less sugar and refined starch) provides your body with the correct vitamins and nutrients. This diet minimizes inflammation and supports overall body health, including your skin.
STEP 5: CONSISTENCY.
Consistency is key. Be consistent when using skin products, following a healthy diet, exfoliating your skin. Results are always more apparent when we are consistent.
This year, resolve to be consistent in improving your skin’s health. Your skin works hard for you. Return the favor!