After a summer of outdoor adventures, your skin may be needing some extra TLC to repair summer damage and prepare for the dryness that can come along with the cooler winter weather. At Visage Skin Care & Laser Center, a division of Robinson Facial Plastic Surgery, in-office skincare procedures like chemical peels and laser treatments are our go-to recommendations for mitigating the effects of sun damage any time of the year.
Chemical peels are ideal for almost all skin types because they can be personalized to fit your skin type and address specific needs or issues. Chemical peels can even vary from light to medium to deep treatment, to reach issues in deeper layers of skin, such as brown spots and scarring. Whether you’re looking to reduce hyperpigmentation, scarring, fine lines, or even rosacea induced to sun damage or other trauma to your skin, there is a unique peel solution for you! LEARN MORE
BBL Laser Therapy
Broadband Light Treatment is a photorejuvenation treatment ideal for dark spots, rosacea, and other pigmentation irregularities. This laser technology gently heats the surface of the skin, encouraging the skin to shed its outermost layers, revealing fresher, unblemished skin underneath. The process can also stimulate the production of collagen, leading to even more long-term anti-aging benefits! BBL Laser treatment visibly restores skin to a more consistent, youthful appearance with minimal discomfort and little downtime. LEARN MORE
Halo Laser Resurfacing – One Laser, Dual Action Treatment
Over time, your skin can lose its youthful glow due to sun exposure and your body’s natural aging process. As a result, your body may develop sun spots, fine lines, and lose that natural healthy glow. Previous lasers couldn’t effectively remove this damage because the treatment was either too shallow or too deep. HALO eliminates years of damage by precisely targeting the right depth. HALO restores the luminous glow you had when you were younger.
HALO uses two types of lasers simultaneously which helps you get better skin with less downtime. One is an ablative laser which clears portions of the epidermis and vaporizes damaged tissue to promote healing. The other is a non-ablative laser which penetrates deep into the dermal layer to produce specific coagulation zones and stimulating collagen regeneration. The depth and aggressiveness of treatment are personalized to individual patients, so the outcomes vary depending on those distinctive needs. LEARN MORE
A consultation with our skincare expert, Heather Davis, LE can help you determine which of these treatments is best to help you reverse damages and restore a glowing, youthful appearance to your skin.
Products to Take Home
In addition to in-office treatments, there are a number of readily available skincare products that you can incorporate into your regular routine to fight visible sun damage. Vitamin C and other antioxidants are some of the best products for reducing overall signs of damage including the fine lines, discoloration, and hyperpigmentation that can come from some exposure. If you do not already use a retinoid product in your regular skincare routine, now might be a good time to talk to your dermatologist about incorporating this ingredient into your regular routine, as retinoids are known for encouraging skin cell turnover and stimulating collagen production. LEARN MORE
Schedule a consultation to get in touch with our experienced aesthetician and talk about any changes you’ve been seeing in your skin, including those summertime spots, and learn which treatments are best to help you get back to your natural glow this fall! 770-667-3090