How Can I Have Better-Looking Skin?
Depending on where you are in your life, you are likely concerned about different aspects of your skin. If you’re in your twenties, you may be learning more about keeping acne under control and hydrating your skin. If you’re in your thirties, you may be upping your game and looking into treatments that help fight fine lines and wrinkles, as well as dark spots. After that, you may be curious about more dramatic treatments that help you turn back the hands of time.
No matter where you are in life, finding ways to feel and look your best are key to confidence. So, keep reading to learn about some of our favorite ways to keep your skin looking young, beautiful and natural-looking.
More and more studies are coming out that link dairy to unhappy skin, especially acne breakouts. If you find yourself with stubborn acne, even past your teen years, it could be your morning cereal or the cream in your coffee causing the trouble. Dairy can cause inflammation, especially as we age and lose the enzymes that allow our bodies to break it down.
When we sleep, the cells in our bodies repair themselves. So, if you’re not sleeping well, your body isn’t able to repair itself as effectively. Take some time to look at your sleep habits and make some changes. Make sure your room is clean, dark, and cool. Also, limit distractions. If you have a T.V. in your room, move it out. Also, charge your phone outside of the room so you aren’t tempted to check email or scroll on social media.
If your skin is past the point of needing more sleep, consider one of our beautifying treatments. The SilkPeel is a favorite of ours since it rejuvenates the skin and helps remove signs of sun damage. It exfoliates, extracts, and infuses serums into the skin, giving you a more healthy glow!
If you want to learn more about what we can do to help you look more beautiful, give us a call. Give us a call at (403) 255-1633 for Dr. Todd Remington and (403) 252-7784 for Dr. Kent Remington to schedule a consultation.
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