Dry Skin / Fine Lines


At any given age, one of the key factors of a great looking complexion is well hydrated skin. If your skin feels tight within 3 minutes after cleansing, chances are that it’s too dry and inadequately moisturized.

Our skin naturally produces an oil called sebum, and although too much oil can lead to undesirable shine and possible acne, having some sebum on the skin is important for keeping it adequately hydrated and protecting the cells from infection. The key here is balance. Skin that is not creating or replenishing enough sebum can become dry and dull looking. Dehydrated skin appears lackluster and rough, may look flaky, uneven or have red patches. Some potential causes of dry skin on the face include excessive sun exposure, cold weather and dry air from indoors heating, exposure to harsh chemicals in soaps or other products and over washing. In addition, underlying medical conditions such as atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, diabetes and hypothyroidism can lead to an unbalanced pH, with drying and premature aging of facial skin.

And as we age, facial, neck and hand skin start to lose their moisture and hydration much like how an apple starts to shrivel up, so much so that even the best of skincare moisturizers may not be enough.

Consider these minimally invasive treatments to restore hydration, moisture and achieve supple skin.

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It's a good time to say goodbye to crow's feet, smile lines and chronic dry skin.

We have effective treatment plans to keep signs of aging at bay. 

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