With leaves starting to turn different shades of yellow, red, and orange, and the temperatures finally cooling down, you are probably getting ready to dive head first into fall and colder temperatures. In addition to switching out your shorts for skinny jeans and your flip flops for booties, make sure that you are also switching up your skincare routine and giving your skin a little bit of extra attention. Because as the temperatures drop, your skin may start to feel a bit drier and need some excess moisture. Let’s take a closer look at a few treatments that we offer at Twin City Plastic Surgery that can help your skin acclimate to colder temperatures. Read on to learn more.
This award-winning treatment can really ensure that your skin is getting all of the moisture and nutrients that you need as your skin starts to acclimate to the colder weather. The Hydrafacial is a 3-step treatment that works to cleanse, exfoliate, and extract impurities and dead skin cells, while also including your skin with peptides, hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, and vital nutrients.
Microneedling is a form of collagen induction therapy and it is a great way to encourage your skin to grow newer, healthier skin in its place. By making tiny intentional punctures across your skin, microneedling encourages the natural production of collagen and elastin. But that’s not all it does, it can also help your skin to absorb your products better. So, if your skin is feeling a little dry and it doesn’t seem like your moisturizer is working as well as it could, then microneedling may be the trick to help it fully absorb that cream.
When you come into our office for one of these treatments, we will also go over with you all of the skin care products that we offer including moisturizers, serums, and moisturizing cleansers.
Having dry skin as you ease from warmer temperatures to colder temperatures is a normal thing, but it doesn’t have to be your version of normal. By getting these treatments done, we can help keep your skin more hydrated than ever. Are you ready to learn more? Contact our office today and call us at (309) 662-6772.