Time to Spring into a New Skincare Routine

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Mar

Time to Spring into a New Skincare Routine

With spring around the corner, your skincare routine should be updated to withstand the humidity and heat the is on its way. Here are some tips from dermatologists themselves that will properly prepare you for the season ahead.

Exfoliation

The winter weather can cause some serious skin buildup that comes from the environmental toxins, heavy leftover product, and dead skin cells. Dermatologist Ava Shamban recommends exfoliating and then following with a moisturizing mask. Here at Liza Glickman’s Medical Aesthetics Clinic we can offer you the perfect solutions to scrape off all that dead skin. We perform dermaplaning which will actually scrape off all dead skin cells on the surface of the skin and leave your face smooth and renewed. We also offer our BDR treatment which is all-in-one facial that includes microdermabrasion and a facial and microneedling. It will prepare you fully to embrace spring with a glowing complexion.

Drop the Layers

With winter gone, so are thick creams and serums that were made to keep you hydrated with the harsh winter temperatures and winds. Time to swap out the thick with something lighter so that they don’t weigh your skin down unnecessarily. You can also consider using an oil-free moisturizer that will give your skin moisture but won’t produce excess oil. We have medical grade skincare products that we offer here at the office that will fulfill your skincare needs.

Sunscreen!

Applying sunscreen is extremely important now that the sun is out full blast and we see ourselves being outside more. Sunscreen should be applied every morning and reapplied before any outdoor activity. There are sunscreens and tinted moisturizers with sunscreen that we carry here at the clinic.

Introduce an eye cream

With the sun a lot brighter, comes more squinting which create fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. It is important to consider the ingredients of the eye creams and to look for one with antioxidants and peptides.

Upgrade the makeup routine

To make the spring makeup routine a bit easier and better for your skin, look for makeup that does double duty. Look for foundations or tinted moisturizers that offer coverage and protection. There are ton of makeup foundations that have SPF already imbedded into it and others have antioxidants to protect your skin from free radicals from all the time spent outside.

There are a lot of things to consider now that the season is changing drastically and we are entering higher temperatures. You can trust that here at Liza Glickman’s Medical Aesthetics Clinic we can help you prepare for the spring and summer ahead. Call now to schedule your appointment for one our services!

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