With the Christmas party season fast approaching, now is a great time to book your aesthetic treatments. From anti-wrinkle injections to dermal fillers, you can transform the way you look in time for the celebrations to begin. But if you want to achieve glowing skin for the party season, what type of aesthetic procedure should you consider? Well, here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic, we are Preston’s leading aesthetic practitioners. And this is our guide to the top treatments to help your skin glow.
What is “glowing skin”?
So, first of all, what does it mean to have glowing skin? Well, when we are looking and feeling great our skin seems to be radiant and bright. But lots of environmental as well as ageing factors can instead lead to skin that looks dull or tired. These include smoking, pollution, weather changes, humidity, and skin hydration. As a result, there are a number of different aesthetic treatment options available, that can help to restore your natural glow, so you can look and feel great this party season.
What at the top treatments to create glowing skin for the party season?
So, what kind of aesthetic procedure should you consider for natural radiant and glowing skin? Well, there are several options available including:
Dermaplaning for glowing skin
Dermaplaning is a procedure that involves using a surgical scalpel to remove the top layer of dead skin cells, and fine hairs known as peach fuzz. By simply removing dead and dry skin, your skin will become instantly more radiant, as dead skin cells are simply duller than new healthy ones. This will also remove any skin bacteria, or any tiny microbes that could be trapped by the peach fuzz, causing your skin to look dull and unhealthy. The dermaplaning process triggers a rejuvenation process that allows new skin cells to replace the old, leading your skin refreshed, soft, smooth and glowing.
Chemical peels for glowing skin
Another deep exfoliating option is the chemical peel. This is a non-invasive treatment that involves applying an acidic liquid to the face. This removes old, dead skin cells, as well as the very top layer of skin. In a similar way to dermaplaning, this process leads to a deep exfoliation, and the production of new skin cells. As a result, at the end of your treatment, your skin will be refreshed, the appearance of any lines or wrinkles will be reduced, and you will look more radiant.
Microneedling for glowing skin
Finally, you could opt for a microneedling treatment. This involves involves using a number of small needles to puncture the top layer of the skin, causing a series of tiny injuries to the skin surface, triggering the production of new skin cells. These new cells will replace the existing ones, and so your skin will be brighter, and glowing.
To find out more about these treatments, and for advice when choosing the best option for your skin, get in touch with the professionals today, here at The Skin and Wellbeing Clinic.