Revitalize Your Winter-Weary Skin

Your fragile facial skin is exposed to the elements every day. Each season of the year presents unique skin care challenges, and each season calls for a different skincare routine. Summer, fall, winter and spring should find you giving your skin the loving care it deserves. Now that spring is almost here, it’s time to revitalize your skin for the sunny month ahead.

Revitalize your skin-care routine for spring with these tips:

spring skin careDon’t Forget To Exfoliate: The chilly, dry winter air is very harsh on your skin; sloughing off winter’s dead skin cells can renew, refresh and revive your skin. You can exfoliate gently at home by using a soft washcloth or, if you want an easy DIY scrub recipe, you can mix granulated sugar with honey or olive oil for a extra bit of hydration. Be gentle, and don’t tug at your skin or rub it vigorously. The goal is to work up to exfoliating two to three times a week. The best time to do it is in the shower while your facial skin is moist and warm.

It’s So Important To Moisturize: Invest in a good facial moisturizer with a built-in sunscreen and you won’t regret it. You should have been keeping your skin moist during the winter months…but now that the sun is about to pay us daily visits, moisture plus sunscreen are absolutely essential for summer soft skin.

Want to maximize your spring-time skin revitalization, now? Why not call to schedule an appointment for a non-invasive chemical peel or microdermabrasion treatment or give Botox injectable a try? These treatments are designed to improve the appearance of dull skin, fine lines and wrinkles, blackheads, and sun damage. They are quick and easy…and can be done during your lunch hour.

We want to be your spring skincare treatment spa.

Call to schedule an appointment for a microdermabrasion, chemical peel or Botox treatment, today: 281-698-7435

 

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