As the weather gets cooler, it’s important to stick to a consistent skin regimen to keep our skin hydrated and nourished. Here are some helpful tips to enhance our skin this season!
1. Exfoliate – As the tans fade, it’s important to shed the sun-damaged skin with them! For quick, at home treatments, try RESTORE MiniPeel Weekly Pads from ENHANCE skincare, which offer high potency combinations of effective hydroxyacids for superb brightening effects. For deeper and faster results, inquire about our Dermaceutic Chemical Peels.
2. Hydrate – As the wind and chills strip our skin of moisture, it’s extra important to apply moisturizer to keep skin soft and smooth. Enhance skincare has HYDRATE for normal to oily/combination skin types, and HYDRATE Ultra for those of us with a dryer complexion requiring an extra boost.
3. Protect – It’s a common misconception that SPF should only be applied in the sunny seasons, when in fact, skin-damaging UVA and UVB rays continue to burn bright during the winter months! What’s worse is that most sunscreens only protect against UVB rays (that cause reddening), leaving your skin vulnerable to photoaging and formation of skin cancers. PROTECT cream from our line shields against all UV radiation, and adds a slight tint for a more even-looking, matte complexion.
4. Brighten – Dark spots, freckles, and discoloration are the remains of summer we don’t miss! Brightening up our complexion is the ideal move for the fall and winter seasons. For this, we offer BRIGHTEN Pads; a clinically proven treatment for melasma and hyperpigmentation, enhanced with Vitamin C, Kojic acid, and green tea.
5. Nourish – While creams and serums can help us enhance our appearance from the surface, it’s important that we nurture our bodies, and our skin from within. Always make sure to stay hydrated by drinking water, and incorporating comfort foods like soups into your daily meals. Eat more kale, spinach, and blueberries for antioxidants; oranges, broccoli, and sweet potatoes for Vitamin C; and almonds, avocados, and hazelnuts for Vitamin E; to keep skin nourished from within.