We update our wardrobe to add warmer clothes when the weather cools; why not do the same with our skincare regime? Why not add a layer of hydration and safety to our everyday skincare regimen? Alternatively, why not seek expert treatment?
The Benefits of Professional Facial Treatments
Summertime has done a lot of harm to our skin, and professional treatments can help us repair it. They are allowing your esthetician to treat the skin at a deeper level. Other advantages to pursuing in-office remedies include –
When utilised appropriately, at-home skincare products and treatments can be successful. Professional treatment at a healthcare institution or a spa is more effective than conventional therapy at home. Said, a professional provides application of professional-grade active compounds that can permeate your skin more profound than any other product. Professionals can appropriately assess your skin type and issues. A specialist has the expertise and skills to determine your skin’s needs and tailor treatments to meet them.
Best Facial Treatments for Fall and Winter
Today, there are a variety of expert treatments accessible. If you’re not sure which one is best for you at this period, I’ve included a few options below and why I advise them.
A chemical solution is applied to the skin to peel dead skin cells, speed cell renewal, and promote collagen formation for a softer, lighter complexion.
Who it is for:
Anyone who wishes to enhance their complexion’s health status. The peel’s power can treat various issues, including correcting hyperpigmentation, smoothing wrinkles, and improving skin complexion, structure, and clarity.
How it works:
A week before your session, you and the expert will have a full consultation during which specific substances will be suggested to avoid in the days preceding up to the peel. On the peel day, your skin is washed before being treated with a solution designed to balance your pH levels. To finish the therapy, calming products are administered after the peel.
For the first 48 hours, avoid direct sunshine, hot yoga, intense aerobics, and sweaty activities. To treat dry spots, soothing creams can be used as needed. If you’re going outside, use SPF every morning and throughout the day.
Using a diamond- or crystal-tipped device, the upper layers of the skin known as the stratum corneum are removed. This treatment promotes cell renewal, resulting in an equal complexion.
Who it is for
Everyone since it can be tailored to your skin’s specific demands, ranging from repairing sun damage to relaxing and renewing the complexion.
How it works?
This treatment is usually done in conjunction with a facial. However, it may also be done on its own. The skin is prepped for microdermabrasion with a double wash and gentle exfoliation. Microdermabrasion is divided into two types: crystal and diamond. Microdermabrasion will be customised to your skin’s issues and requirements.
This treatment will improve your present routine’s effectiveness while also prolonging the life of your skincare products and creams. Please remember that product penetration will be considerably quicker after a microdermabrasion treatment, which may heighten certain sensations associated with using strong skincare products.
A cosmetic procedure includes perforating the skin with needles (or a derma roller), causing stress and blisters to stimulate the skin’s healing and collagen creation.
Who it is for:
Someone who wishes to delay or reverse the indications of ageing, enhance overall colour and texture, and encourage clarity.
How it works?
Before micro-needling, cleanse and exfoliate. A numbing cream may be used to relieve pain based on the depth and strength of the needle. Skin is filled with serums and therapy creams after micro-needling to tackle your skin issues.
Within the first 72 hours after your treatment, resist using a hard exfoliating cleanser; instead, use gentle cleansing balms and milk cleansers. Unless your dermatologist advises otherwise, exfoliating skincare products and retinol should also be avoided. To rebuild the skin barrier, use relaxing, calming, and regenerative effects. Sunscreen should be worn at all times.
A treatment that uses brief, intense pulsing light beams to cure the skin. It can now target whatever you want to get rid of, including pigmentation, age spots, acne, scars, and unwanted hair.
Who it is for?
Somebody who wishes to see immediate results or has had several chemical peels to address their skin conditions.
How it works:
Before the laser treatment, your skin is prepared and usually numbed. An ointment and an icepack are used after the therapy based on the laser level.
Exfoliating cleansers should be replaced with calming balms and milk cleansers, and resurfacing procedures such as peels and retinol should be replaced with calming skincare products. Any flaky skin should not be picked or peeled. Applying cold packs to your skin if you feel irritation or redness may help.