Top Skin Enhancing Treatments for Fall Season

Are you ready for a skin makeover this Fall? The change of the seasons is the perfect time to undergo an intensive skin rejuvenation procedure or treatment, and many of these procedures can be performed in under an hour. Many skin-enhancing treatments will even out your skin tone, eliminate blemishes, shrink your pores and eliminate wrinkles. You can undo some of the skin damage from summer and look forward to vibrant, healthier-looking skin as temperatures drop.

Get in touch with a cosmetic dermatologist in your area to discuss some of the pros and cons of today’s popular skin enhancing procedures. From microdermabrasion to laser skin resurfacing, you have several options for improving your skin tone and maintaining your youthful looks this Fall!

Microdermabrasion

Microdermabrasion is an exfoliating treatment that buffs away the top layer of skin and leaves you with a healthy glow. This skin-enhancing procedure can diminish lines and wrinkles, reduces sun spots you’ve accumulated over the summer, and also improves the texture and tone of your skin. You can get a microdermabrasion facial once every ten days to two weeks for enhanced benefits. It’s suitable for most skin types, except for women who are pregnant or those who have undergone Accutane treatments. A skin consultation will determine if you are a good candidate for microdermabrasion.

Laser Skin Resurfacing

Laser skin resurfacing continues to be one of the most effective anti-aging treatments because it removes fine lines and wrinkles permanently. This procedure is also effective for reducing the appearance of freckles, age spots, scars and other skin imperfections. This procedure is designed to treat damaged skin, and different types of lasers work at different layers of the skin to trigger collagen production and break apart damaged cells. Some lasers vaporize the skin, while others heat up the dermal tissues to create a skin tightening effect.

If you have severely sun-damaged skin, deep wrinkles or just want to improve the texture and tone of your skin, you may be a good candidate for a laser skin resurfacing procedure. Just a single treatment is needed to correct many skin imperfections, and the physician may need to use multiple lasers at the same time depending on the skin’s condition.

Chemical Peels

If your skin needs a little refresher after the long summer, consider getting a chemical peel. Chemical peels are designed to speed up the skin’s natural exfoliation process, and can help to eliminate or reduce the appearance  of lines, wrinkles and pigmentation. These treatments may be part of a facial, and some of the more intensive peels are effective for treating acne, eliminating scars and strengthening the skin tone. A deep chemical peel does involve a significant amount of downtime, and is most effective for treating coarse wrinkles, removing skin lesions and tightening the skin.

Learn more about the latest skin rejuvenation treatments in our information guide, or consult with a cosmetic dermatologist in your area to find out if you are a good candidate for any of these skin-enhancing procedures.

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