Winter is a Great Time to Rejuvenate Your Skin!

Can winter be a time to rejuvenate the skin? Yes it can!

Harsh weather and indoor heat can really dry out the skin making it look dull, dehydrated and damaged. Good exfoliation needs to be accomplished before we can rehydrate. Over the counter scrubs can cause scratches and tears in the skin and some moisturizers can clog pores.

 

Peels,Microderm and Dermaplane to the rescue!

aestheticsbanner_940x358One session of Microdermabraison, Dermaplane or a Peel can remove the outer dead skin layers,unclog pores and allow for more intense hydration. Sun is best avoided for a few In+Office+Procedures+pic[1]days after microdermabrasion and peels so winter is a great time for a treatment.

 

Medical grade products for smooth,soft radiant skin

Obagi C Exfoliating Daily Lotion or Obagi Exoderm/Exoderm Forte are great exfoliators. Obagi Exfoliating Cleanser’s gentle beads aid in exfoliating without scratching. Retinol also exfoliates with fewer side effects, like redness and flaking, than prescription Retin A (Tretinoin).

All these products and treatments can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, decrease pigmentation and help create a smooth,soft,radiant complexion.

Don’t forget to follow up with a great moisturizer like the Obagi Hydrate, Hydrate Luxe and a sunscreen.

Healthy Skin Club

Our Peels, Microdermabrasion and Dermaplane are already fast and affordable but joining Parkside OBGYN’s  Healthy Skin Club https://parksideobgyn.com/2015/09/introducing-parkside-healthy-skin-club for a substantial discount on treatments and products.   Call to speak with Shana or Chris our aesthetician to book appointment or a free consultation.Parkside_HealthySkinClub_Membership_Email_CC

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About Beth Roland

Dr. Roland is a board certified Ob/Gyn doctor practicing medicine for more than 20 years. She completed her internship and residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City and received awards for being the best minimally invasive surgical resident.

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