After-Summer Skin Recovery
By Dr. Sutton Graham on September 03, 2018
Sunscreen. Even if you were diligent applying sunscreen this summer, you probably noticed that sun damage occurred. The typical signs include redness, new brown spots, darkening of existing brown spots, and more prominent dilated blood vessles. The recent sun exposure exacerbates pre-existing sun damage from years past. The solution: continue your sunscreen and call our Skin Care Specialsts. Our experiened estheticians and skin care nurses have a variety of tools to help. Dermaplanning and facials will freshen the skin surface. Light peels can reduce pigment with no down-time. Intense pulsed light (photofacials) will reduce redness and lighten brown spots. Hydroquinine cream and professional grade skin products from Obagi and SkinCeuticals are home care routines. Our receptionist Lauren is actually a licensed esthetician as well and can give callers direction on which one of our Skin Care staff you should see to begin your treatment routine.
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