Time to Refocus on Treating the First Signs of Aging on the Skin. Try a Vampire Facelift in Woodlands, TX.
Although we may be ready for spring to arrive, our skin needs a little more time to adjust. Changes in humidity, sun exposure, and outdoor activities usually require altering your skincare routine.
Learn about the benefits of incorporating a vampire facelift into your skincare routine for warmer weather!
Woodlands Wellness and Cosmetic Center offers the revolutionary Vampire Facelift® procedure that has set the standard for all non-surgical facelifts. With stem cells and healing factors from your own blood, this procedure is a safe and effective alternative to surgical procedures to rejuvenate your face.
Springtime Skincare Routine
Winter can make our skin dry and itchy, while summer can make it oily and sticky. Spring is when our skin gets some relief from the unpredictable weather.
To keep your skin healthy, radiant, and young-looking this spring, aside from getting a Vampire Facelift, follow these skincare routines:
Exfoliate the skin to remove dead skin cells.
Although cold weather can cause flaking, people with dry skin usually resist using an exfoliator. Exfoliation can be more drying to the skin during the winter months.
As the weather warms up and humidity increases, we are better able to tolerate acids and stronger formulations of active ingredients. Spring is the perfect time to exfoliate and brighten dull skin accumulated over winter.
As part of your spring skincare routine, you don’t have to limit yourself to physical exfoliation only. Chemical exfoliation can also be an effective way to remove dead skin.
To kickstart your springtime regimen, Woodlands specialists recommend chemical peels. These quickly exfoliate, stimulate collagen production, and are a great first step toward a more youthful appearance.
Exfoliate at most twice a week, as overzealous exfoliation can quickly result in an irritated complexion.
Opt for lighter and milder cleansers.
During winter, the harsh cold strips our skin of its natural moisture, which is why winter skincare focuses on boosting dry skin’s moisture.
It’s the opposite once it gets warmer. Warmer temperatures, however, allow your skin to produce more natural oils. You won’t need all that additional moisture.
Spring is the perfect time to use milder and lighter cleansers instead of thick hydrating ones. Gel cleansers and foaming water facial cleansers are great options.
Clean out your makeup and skincare stash this spring.
Spring cleaning is not just for your home. Spring cleaning your skincare and makeup products is also a great practice for maintaining your anti-aging skincare routine.
You can easily determine the shelf life of your skincare and makeup products as they differ. Simply look for an image of an open jar on the container and look for these numbers: three, six, twelve, 24, or 36. It refers to how long you can use a product after it has been opened, as long as it’s stored properly.
Eye products usually have a shorter shelf life. It would be best to throw out anything more than 12 months old, as these products can accumulate bacteria, leading to clogged pores and dull skin.
Makeup brushes can also harbor germs and viruses, so our experts in The Woodlands, TX, recommend washing with regular hand soap every week and drying them with a blow dryer. Simple things can make a huge difference to skin health.
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Switch to a lighter moisturizer.
Heavy creams are great for dry winter skin but aren’t the best for sticky, sweaty faces during warmer weather. Using suitable emollients and occlusives is essential when the weather is cold and dry.
It’s tempting to skip your thick and heavy moisturizer in warm weather. However, sweat and sun exposure can both dehydrate your skin. When temperatures rise and humidity increases, we need lighter moisturizers with humectants and emollients to keep our skin moisturized.
You should switch to a lighter moisturizer when the seasons change since thicker moisturizers can cause your skin to become oily and break out. We recommend switching to a gel-based moisturizer formula to protect your skin barrier and absorb quickly.
Upgrade your SPF.
It’s never a good idea to skip sunscreen, but during the winter, you’re more likely to stay indoors, so you could probably get away with using skin care products with added sun protection.
Now that it’s spring and nice outside, you should protect your skin from harsh UV rays. Sun exposure is one of the leading causes of premature skin aging, so protect your skin with a separate sunscreen product.
During warmer months, UV rays are stronger because the earth is physically closer to the sun; hence, the need to up your dose. The key to adequate sun protection in the spring and summer is to increase the SPF to at least 50+ while ensuring that products offer broad-spectrum protection.
Secret to Aging Beautifully
Woodlands Wellness offers the ever-popular Vampire Facelift. This treatment gives your skin a youthful and radiant appearance by rejuvenating it and boosting the body’s natural regenerative and healing capabilities.
In one single doctor’s visit, this rejuvenating formula combines dermal fillers to restore lost volume with PRP (platelet-rich plasma) to regenerate new skin cells and restore youthful beauty and radiance.
PRP is derived from the patient’s blood to fight signs of aging. Furthermore, hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers enhance their anti-aging effects by restoring volume to the face.
Injecting PRP and dermal fillers into the face promotes collagen production, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, plumps the skin, and stimulates the growth of new cells.
Look Younger this Spring with Vampire Facelift
Now that your skin is ready for spring, up the ante by getting a vampire facelift at Woodlands Wellness & Cosmetic Center. Look and feel more confident with this excellent anti-aging treatment.
Contact Woodlands Wellness & Cosmetic Center at (281) 362-0014 for a complimentary consultation.
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