With skin cancer rates on the rise each year, it’s more important than ever to prioritize your skin care. Laser Lights Cosmetic Laser Center advocates for safe ways of getting a glow other than sitting in the sun, which can have medically and cosmetically adverse effects. Below, discover ways we can help you shine and bronze all while reversing the signs of aging.
Exfoliation for aging comes in various forms. Both microdermabrasion and chemical peels serve to revive dull, uneven, lifeless skin. These non-invasive treatments are inexpensive and restore vibrant, healthy texture to sun-damaged and aging skin. They are also effective preventative treatments for young patients seeking to stave off wrinkles and dullness.
To produce overall skin radiance, we recommend micro laser peels using fractionated CO2 laser technology. Micro laser peels are the ultimate reviving treatment for those who are not ready for cosmetic surgery or anti-aging treatments that involve an extensive recovery period. The micro laser peel reveals radiant skin in a short amount of time.
When it comes to a facial glow, go easy on the self-tanner. If you’re worried you’ll get hard-to-cover orange areas from a facial self-tanner, use a high quality bronzer like glō Minerals® Sun Kiss Bronzer. This mineral-based bronzer adds a warm, natural sun-kissed glow to any complexion. Lightly dust on bronzer to enhance color and contour or apply liberally to face and body for a no-consequence, sun-tanned glow.
For the body, don’t underestimate the power of a great self-tanner. For best results, exfoliate first, and then be sure to keep moisturized to ensure even coverage that doesn’t concentrate on rough spots. Rub a slight, even amount of our Shea Butter Moisturizer on dry or wrinkled areas such as the elbows, knees, and ankles, then apply your preferred self-tanner evenly.
Using sunscreen is essential to preserve gorgeous skin. Remember that you’re never too old to start! Though you may be seeing the damaging effects of sun from the past, preserving what you have now is possible when you use a broad-spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30. Try the Advanced UVA & UVB Protection SPF 30 sunscreen from our private line.