Skin is the largest organ of the body and is a key component of overall beauty and health. Since our skin is always on display, it often has the power to dictate how we feel.
There are so many different types of skin, from dry to oily, and from normal to sensitive. Depending on your skin type, it is important to learn how to manage and care for your skin properly.
Healthy skin begins with the basics. A healthy diet and a healthy lifestyle can be very beneficial to your skin health. Some patients can be sensitive to certain foods or allergens that, if avoided, can significantly improve their skin’s appearance. Establish a relationship with a skin care professional so that you can discuss simple ways to significantly improve the quality of your skin.
A proper skin regimen is important to maintain a healthy glow and a healthy look. One should be mindful of aging skin. There are many skin care products on the market that need to be used properly and for the appropriate skin type and skin conditions. Developing an advanced skincare regimen with your skin care professional is important. So is knowing that as your skin health improves, your regimen may need to be adjusted to your specific, changing needs.
There are many skin care products on the market, most of which can be categorized into cleanser, toner, exfoliant, serum, moisturizer, and sunscreen. There can be significant differences between the products that can be purchased in department stores and pharmacies compared to those you can get only from a skin care professional.
It is a good idea to think of your skin health and skin beauty as a work in progress. I recommend a consultation with a skin care professional so you can be properly guided in your skin care needs. This includes the proper use of products, facials, and the multitude of minimally invasive skin treatments.
Feel free to visit us at Plastic Surgery of New York and allow our aestheticians to customize a skin care regimen for you, and teach you about our incredible skin care product line.
If you would like more information about what was discussed in this article or any cosmetic procedures, visit PlasticSurgeryofNewYork.com, or call Marc J. Elkowitz, M.D. and his team to schedule a complimentary consultation at 855-PSNY-123.