Caring for Your Skin This November

Caring for Your Skin This NovemberWhile we continue to transition into cooler weather, you may notice some changes in your skin. Dryness, irritation, redness, or maybe even some new signs of aging such as fine lines and wrinkles. This month is National Healthy Skin Month, and a great time to think about your skin’s health and how to have glowing, hydrated skin all year round so you can keep looking and feeling at your best.

Treat Yourself

With the holidays arriving soon, take time this month to treat your skin with some of our amazing treatment options. Peels, eyebrow lifts, soft tissue fillers, body sculpting, skin tightening treatments, and laser treatments are just a few of the services we provide to give you better-looking and feeling skin in no time.

If you are looking for more full-body health rejuvenation, the holiday season is the perfect time to reinvent yourself! Liposuction, breast augmentations, brazilian buttlifts, facelifts, and implants can be an excellent early holiday present to yourself. During your consultation, bring any and all questions and concerns. We will work with you to find the right treatment options to get you to feel happy in your skin.

Wash & Moisturize Daily

Self-care is important not just for your physical health, but also emotional and mental. Aside from washing your face twice a day with warm water and a mild cleanser, showering or bathing daily using a soap or body wash formulated for your skin type can keep your skin clean and healthy.

Keep in mind that your skin’s needs change with the seasons, as it gets colder and dryer you may need to consider products with more moisturizing ingredients. We also recommend washing after exercise, sweating excessively, and swimming.

After you shower or bathe, apply a moisturizing ointment, cream, or lotion immediately after washing to help trap in remaining moisture to your skin. Ointments and creams can be more effective at times compared to lotion and are good to use before bed.

Protect Your Skin

The sun’s intense UV rays can lead to early signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines as well unwanted changes in pigmentation like dark spots. By using sunscreen daily, you can protect against the sun’s harmful rays and lower your risk of developing skin cancer. Apply sunscreen all year round.

The American Academy of Dermatology highly recommends an SPF of 30 or higher with UVA protection. Be sure to reapply every four hours if you know you will be outside for a while.
Sunglasses and protective clothing such as long sleeves and pants can also go a long way in protecting your skin from the harsh rays of the sun.

Conducting monthly self-examinations of your skin is another great way to protect and maintain your skin’s health. Use a full-length mirror to check your front, back, and sides with your arms raised. Be sure to scan over your forearms, underarms, palms, and elbows. Don’t forget to check your legs, toes, and soles of your feet. A hand mirror can help you examine other areas such as your neck, scalp, back, and buttocks.

Lower Your Stress

Excess stress can increase your risk of breakouts, unwanted blemishes, and acne. A healthy lifestyle will lead to healthy skin. A well-balanced diet accompanied by regular exercise can help to lower your stress levels while fueling your skin’s needs. Getting consistent sleep, staying hydrated, taking vitamins, and practicing stress relief techniques such as mediation, journaling, and yoga can also lower your stress levels and lead to fewer stress-related breakouts.

November is a great time to get in touch with your skincare needs and begin a journey towards a happier, healthier, more radiant you. For more information on how to care for your skin this November, contact Skin Deep today.

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