Body Talk: Love the Skin You’re In By Taking Care of It
- Posted on: May 15 2017
Taking care of the skin on your face is likely your number one area of concern when it comes to skincare in general. However, the skin on the rest of your body is just as important but often neglected. As one part of you that is going to be with you for the rest of your life, make sure to pamper and pay attention to the skin that you are in. From moisturizing to exfoliating, this article will discuss a few basic ways you can take better care of the skin on your body. Read on to learn more.
Can you even remember the last time you moisturized your entire body? If not, try getting into the habit of using a daily moisturizing cream after every time you get out of the shower. By applying a moisturizer on a regular basis, you can cut down on dry, cracked skin that can result in premature wrinkles. When looking for a daily moisturizer, look for one that contains ingredients like shea butter or coconut oil.
Laser Hair Removal
If you are a woman, you know just how difficult it can be to find the time to shave your legs, underarms, and bikini area. And if you have sensitive skin that’s prone to razor burn or ingrown hairs, shaving may be the last thing you want to do. By getting laser hair removal from SKIN Medical Spa, you can not only get rid of unwanted hair, but you can get rid of the discomfort involved in shaving— a win, win for you and your skin.
You know that exfoliating your face will help to cut down on excess oil and blackheads but did you know that you should also be exfoliating the skin on your body as well? By getting rid of dead skin, exfoliating can also help encourage the production of new skin all across your body. When looking for a body exfoliant, look for one with all natural ingredients and oils so that it won’t dry you out.
As you age, the skin not only on your face but across your body as well starts to lose collagen and elasticity— leaving you with unfortunately saggier skin. However, by moisturizing, getting laser hair removal, and exfoliating, you can keep the skin on your body looking younger for longer. To learn more about skincare, contact SKIN Medical Spa today.
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