Summer Skincare & Aesthetic Treatments To Try Now!

Summer Skincare and Aesthetic Treatments To Try Now!

Taking care of your skin during the summer is all about minimizing sun damage, managing oil production and maintaining a healthy glow. That’s why we’ve created this fun, quick-look graphic that spotlights three summer skincare tips, foods for glowing skin (mmm, watermelon anyone?) and of course, a few of our favorite summer medical spa treatments in Milwaukee: microneedling, dermaplaning and The SaltFacial.

Bookmark this blog as a quick-and-easy cheat sheet for achieving your best summer skin. Then, contact us for a personalized, complimentary consultation with one of our A360 aesthetic pros to find exactly the right medical-grade skincare and aesthetic treatments for you!

Summer Skin Care & Aesthetic Treatments Taking care of your skin during the summer is all about minimizing sun damage, managing oil production and maintaining a healthy glow. Top 3 Summer Skincare Tips 1.Wear daily SPF: Before you start your day, apply sunscreen that’s at least SPF 30—and, no, makeup with SPF is not enough. 2. Find a lighter moisturizer: Since there is more moisture in the air, you probably won’t need the same heavy moisturizer you used in winter or fall. 3. Add vitamin C: Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that fights against free radicals from UVA and UVB rays. Best Medical Aesthetic Treatments for Summer Microneedling With the help of tiny needles, microneedling promotes the body’s natural healing process to reverse sun damage, boost cellular turnover and rejuvenate your overall complexion. Dermaplaning Dermaplaning uses a sterile surgical blade to gently and skillfully whisk away dead skin cells and debris...leaving skin soft, supple, and peach-fuzz free! Products absorb better, and makeup goes on silky smooth. Regular treatments can improve texture, tone and provide an overall healthy glow. The SaltFacial™ The SaltFacial treats all skin types in three steps — restore with sea salt exfoliation, replenish with ultrasound technology and rejuvenate with LED therapy. Foods for Glowing Summer Skin For hydration: Watermelon For sun damage: Strawberries For brighter skin: Citrus For oil regulation: Salmon For cellular protection: Tomatoes Fall Skin Care & Aesthetic Treatments Fall is your chance to restore and revive your skin from damaging summer rays while slowly adding more moisture. Top 3 Fall Skincare Tips 1. Recover from summer: Fun in the sun can take a toll on your skin. Fall is your chance to undo the harsh effects of the summer sun for a fresh, clean slate. 2. Focus on hydration: As summer falls into autumn, the air becomes drier. Now it’s time to find hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin and ceramides. 3. Wear daily SPF: Just because you aren’t outside as often, doesn’t mean you should stop applying sunscreen. Best Medical Aesthetic Treatments for Fall BBL Photofacial A photofacial uses broadband light therapy to treat visible signs of aging, sun damage, rosacea and uneven skin texture. Chemical Peels Through a powerful blend of chemical exfoliants, chemical peels shed away damaged cells from summer to restore your complexion to a healthy glow Laser Hair Removal Laser technology effectively targets hair follicles at the source for hair reduction on your legs, bikini area, underarms and most any body part. Foods for Healthy Fall Skin For acne: Butternut squash For inflammation: Turmeric For brighter skin: Apples For aging skin: Pomegranates For cellular renewal: Pumpkin Winter Skin Care & Aesthetic Treatments As snowflakes begin to fall, your winter skin care should center around hydration so flakes remain on the ground, not your skin. Top 3 Winter Skincare Tips 1. Apply heavier moisturizers: Adding richer and creamier night and eye creams to your skincare routine can help stave off winter dryness. 2. Avoid harsh products: If your skin becomes more red and irritated during the winter, avoid products with sulfates, added fragrance, alcohol and other triggering ingredients. 3. Wear daily SPF: Even gray snowy days can lead to sun damage, which means you should continue applying your sunscreen each day. Best Medical Aesthetic Treatments for Winter Forever Young BBL Intense Pulsed Light from the Forever Young BBL device targets sun damage, wrinkles, age spots and more. Clinical Facials Clinical facials specifically designed for winter skin can help detoxify and moisturize your skin, all within a relaxing environment. The SaltFacial For dull, dry winter skin, The SaltFacial restores your natural glow by exfoliating dead skin cells and replenishing moisture. Foods for Radiant Winter Skin For inflammation: Leafy greens For sun damage: Cranberries For collagen maintenance: Flax seeds For dead skin: Oatmeal For skin renewal: Sweet potatoes Spring Skin Care & Aesthetic Treatments Once the ice melts and the flowers bloom, it’s time to clear away winter irritation and lighten your routine. Top 3 Spring Skincare Tips 1. Exfoliate dead skin: Focusing on exfoliation can help alleviate flaky and patchy spots left behind from winter. 2. Wear daily SPF: Especially as you start spending more time outdoors, make sure you are applying sunscreen after your moisturizer. 1. Use a lighter moisturizer: As the air becomes more humid, swap out your heavy creams for a more lightweight moisturizer. Best Medical Aesthetic Treatments for Spring The SaltFacial™: The SaltFacial uses organic sea salt, ultrasound technology and LED light therapy to rejuvenate your skin after a harsh winter. Laser Hair Removal: Early spring is a great time to get in those final laser hair removal maintenance treatments so your skin is smooth and ready for summer. Chemical Peels: When your skin needs a little spring cleaning, chemical peels remove dead winter skin cells to give your skin a clean slate. Foods for Bright Spring Skin For brighter skin: Grapefruit For aging skin: Avocado For detoxification: Radishes For skin repair: Carrots For hyperpigmentation: Beets


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