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Skin care do's and don'ts
How to combine treatments and products
It’s important to complement your treatments with the power of potent medical grade skin care products. Using products and treatments together can enhance potency, shorten recovery, lessen symptoms, and improve results. For example, after an exfoliating treatment like microneedling or laser resurfacing, you can use products that help heal injured skin and speed up your cell turnover. Ask our providers which product is right for your skin needs.
How to layer products
Applying your skin care products in the proper order ensures that your skin receives the full benefits of each product. Cleansing first ensures that dirt and oil are removed and your skin is able to receive your products. Next, toning prepares the skin to deliver antioxidants and acids deep into the dermis. Next, apply your antioxidants so that their super-concentrated nutrients can get down deep where they’re needed. After that, an eye cream can help protect the delicate skin around the eyes, and spot treatments can help fight issues like acne or clogged pores. Lastly, lock in your body’s own natural lubricating system by applying a moisturizer, and finish the process with a broad spectrum UVA/UVB sunscreen to block out harmful rays.
What are antioxidants and why are they important?
Antioxidants protect your cells against free radicals and help slow down, or even prevent altogether, damage to your skin. Free radicals are unstable atoms that can damage cells, causing illness and aging. Your body uses antioxidants to balance free radicals and help keep them from causing damage to other cells. Antioxidants can protect and reverse some signs of aging like wrinkles, poor skin texture, and loss of skin elasticity.