04 Jan New Year, New You: The Easiest Resolution to Complete EVER
If taking better care of your skin and achieving healthier, more beautiful skin is one of your 2023 resolutions, we have you covered (and if it isn’t, it’s not too late to add it to the list). New year, new you has never been easier because we have all of the tools and treatments you need to take your skin care game to the next level. Need some help narrowing down your exact goals? Here are our top recommendations for what to address this year—and how to do it.
- Get rid of pigmentation. Even those in their 20s can show signs of hyperpigmentation, whether it’s brown spots, unwanted moles and freckles, or melasma. It’s a common sign of aging and one that will give away your age just as easily as lines and wrinkles. Fortunately, there are many ways to remove hyperpigmentation in-office including laser skin rejuvenation and chemical peels.
- Establish a skin care routine. At-home care is just as important as in-office treatments. You need medical-grade products that are backed by science and only available at reputable locations, like RefinedMD. Schedule a consultation with one of our skin care experts to get a customized at-home routine just for you. Also remember that your skin and its needs are always changing, so scheduling bi-annual consultations is always a good idea.
- Get rid of acne for good and prevent future breakouts. Acne is a medical condition, but also a big cosmetic concern. We can help you get active acne under control and also help stop future breakouts. Active acne can be treated with some energy-based devices and future breakouts can be lessened with routine treatments like DiamondGlow. Acne scarring is another issue, but we can handle that as well. Along with lasers and peels, microneedling is a fantastic way to lighten and even remove scarring.
- Vanquish lines and wrinkles. Wrinkles are the most well-known sign of aging, but they can easily be banned with treatments like Botox. Botox is the go-to option for all types of lines and wrinkles, but there’s a lot more this popular injectable can do. You can also use it to achieve a lip flip to address a gummy smile. It can be effective in slightly lifting the brows for a better arch. You can even use it to stop excess sweating. Lines and wrinkles happen to everyone, but during your consultation or appointment, you can also discuss other ways this injectable can improve your aesthetic.
- Restore plumpness and volume. Dermal fillers can give you back the volume you’ve lost over the years or provide volume where you’ve always wanted it. Today, most clients want a more holistic approach to fillers instead of injecting in “just” one area. Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers can be placed virtually anywhere in the face to achieve more symmetry and proportion. There are also non-HA fillers that work by creating collagen induction and can be placed in the face as well as the backs of the hands.
- Achieve brighter, smoother skin. Rough skin texture isn’t attractive on anyone and can be caused by a number of issues, including simply aging or not caring well for the skin. There are many ways to address this concern, such as monthly facials or a light peel. Your exact regimen is going to depend on the severity of roughness and the cause. Oftentimes, a combination of treatments will yield the best results.
- Shrink pores. Okay, technically, pores don’t “grow,” but they do appear stretched out if they are full of gunk and debris. Sebum, or oil, is one of the most common things to clog pores, which leads to a breeding ground for bacteria that causes acne. Regular monthly treatments that cleanse the pores can help them both appear smaller and reduce breakouts. DiamondGlow and HydraFacial are two of the best treatments to keep your pores in check.
We’re already well into January, but that doesn’t mean your resolutions are falling behind. Let’s work together for you to look your best this year armed with the best skin care professionals, products, and treatments. Schedule your consult or appointment at RefinedMD today by calling the office or completing the online contact form.