Falling leaves, cooler weather, skin peels... Yes, the gentler climate of fall is a perfect time for a peel and can set you on your way to a flawless winter complexion.
Most peels effect the dead protein tissue that connects dead skin cells to each other, rather than the live protein that is found in live cells. These peels remove only dead skin and never effect the living skin underneath, except to expose it. Increased cell turnover is beneficial, bringing the skin to a state of equilibrium. Trust your skin care professional to know when a peel is appropriate for you.
Visible results of summer skin damage include extreme discolorations, premature aging, wrinkling and dryness. Professional products and treatments can repair summer skin problems and help avoid them in the future. Knowing how your skin type reacts to the sun's UV rays can help you protect yourself.
Dry Summer Skin: Caused by overexposure to the sun, as well as moving from cool artificial environments to the hot outdoors.
Skin rejuvenations including face and body exfoliation's and deep moisturizing treatments. Don't forget your sunscreen next summer or on your winter cruise!
Hyper pigmentation: Overexposure to sun is one of the major causes of skin discolorations. Hyper pigmentation appears as dark brown patches on the face and hands.
Products and treatments ranging from mild bleaches to acid peels can help reverse hyper pigmentation. Those who are prone to hyper pigmentation are generally advised to limit sun exposure. And wear a strong sunblock!
I recommend Dermalogica Ultra Sensitive Sunblock.
Deep cleansing, rejuvenating massage, and professional products and treatments that firm, lift, moisturize and revitalize. Peels are a particularly effective way to reverse premature aging.