Your skin is the largest organ in your body, so it takes a lot of abuse. You put your skin at risk when you leave it unprotected outdoors or in settings that are environmentally risky.
Here’s what not to do if you want to preserve your skin.
Skimp on Sunscreen
Your sunscreen probably isn’t shielding you from sun damage because most of us don’t apply the recommended sunblock with ZINC. If you’re going to be outside, always wear protective clothing and a wide-brimmed hat, seek the shade, & wear sunblock. Or else you can cause just a few of the common noticeable signs of aging Wrinkles, and Brown Spots (pigmentation). Lather up and protect your skin!
You know about the health risks of smoking, but did you know that smoking could also lead to wrinkles? Study after study shows how extensively smoking ages the skin. It does a lot of what the sun does. It just does it inside the body instead of outside
Smoking also yellows the skin, interferes with its blood supply, and slows wound healing. So we suggest doing a microdermabrasion or chemical peels to exfoliate those dead skin cells and rejuvenate your skin.
Scrub Your Skin
Washing your face is a good idea. Scrubbing it isn’t. Scrubbing can be very irritating to the skin, A lot of times, people who have acne will feel like they have to scrub the skin to make it better, but that can actually worsen the acne. Use peels to exfoliate your skin.
Pop Your Pimples
It’s not your imagination. Stress really does show in your skin. It’s not well understood, but it’s clear that stress makes many skin conditions worse. It can cause wrinkles. Sometimes too deep that botox isn’t the answer you may need Juvederm Filler. Stress can cause flare-ups of psoriasis and rosacea as well as acne. Photo Facial (IPL) is recommended to treat these conditions.
When you gain a lot of weight, your skin has to stretch to accommodate your new girth. Lose the weight and you’ll be left with flabby, saggy skin. Ultherapy is a non-surgical facelift that uses ultrasound technology to tighten and tone the face, neck, and décolleté.