What are the Best Skincare Treatments for Me?


Being a parent, running a household and trying to fit in work, it can often feel as if you've got to let things slip in order to get everything else done. But one thing you should never let slide, is your skin. Protecting it from harm with a good at-home skincare routine is important. Equally important is getting any damage that does occur treated as quickly as you can to prevent any lasting damage. In this post I am going to share some of the top clinical skincare treatments you can use to help you.

Laser Treatment

Short of having surgery, one of the most reliable ways to treat your skin in a clinic is with some type of laser device. Picking which device is the part that gets tricky. If a surface treatment with fast results is what you are after then an ablative laser procedure is the one for you. Otherwise, non-ablative treatments that help repair deep tissues (but take a long time to do so) might be more up your alley. Many of today's best diode laser devices are also multi-functional, all-in-one devices, meaning that technicians can perform several different types of treatments without the need to change devices.

Light Treatment

LED light therapy and IPL (intense pulsed light) can both help alleviate skin concerns like wrinkles as well, without being as intrusive - neither are performed with actual laser light. Since they are gentler than laser procedures, but their results often take more treatments and more time to become apparent. This is definitely a good route to take if you don't need immediate results.

Medical Treatments

Microdermabrasion, which is like mildly sanding your skin, is a way of resurfacing your skin with the use of safe chemicals. Another medical option to take is microneedling, which is a process of treating your skin with tiny needles in order to smooth the surface. Sound wave treatments like ultrasound and many more skin procedures options also exist, so it's well worth doing plenty of research before settling on one.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is becoming an increasingly popular skincare treatment, offering a range of benefits to help improve the appearance and health of the skin. Two popular physical therapy options are Cryotherapy and Pressotherapy. Cryotherapy involves the application of extremely cold temperatures to the skin, which can help reduce inflammation, boost collagen production and improve skin firmness. Pressotherapy, on the other hand, uses pneumatic compression to stimulate circulation, reduce fluid buildup and promote lymphatic drainage, resulting in smoother and more toned skin. Read more about pressotherapy treatment here. These therapies offer a non-invasive and relaxing way to improve the skin's overall health and appearance and are particularly effective for those looking to enhance their skincare routine in a natural way.

How to Make the Right Choice?

If you choose the wrong skincare treatment for your skin not only could you have wasted time and money, but you could also risk lasting damage to your skin. It is therefore incredibly important to make such an important choice about your skincare by using the resources available to you. Speak to your clinician or dermatologist as they will be able to give vital advice. And make sure to take the time to weigh each skincare choice carefully before lining up the first skincare treatment.

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