Does Your Skin Care Need A Shot Of Vitamin C?
Vitamin C is safe for most skin types and it has many benefits to help enhance your skin. It can help hydration by decreasing transepidermal water loss, making it easier for your skin to absorb moisture. It brings life back to your skin by its brightening effect, allowing for reduced dullness. It also evens out your overall complexation by fading pigmentation and minimizing redness. Finally, it's great at promoting overall collagen production for a fuller healthier look.
With summer being here it enhances sun protection to prevent further sun damage from happening!
Caffeine Isn't That Good For You
We all know and love caffeine. We drink it in the mornings to help kick start our day or even rely on it at night to help us stay awake. It makes us feel great and overall, more productive. However, what you may not know or realize is that it could be doing more harm than good when it comes to our skin. Caffeine causes you to become dehydrated leaving you with a dull complexion and the dry skin. Caffeine constricts blood vessels that can affect the supply of blood to the skin. With less blood flow, your skin loses collagen (main building blocks for skin and hair). Since this is what gives you that youthful look to your skin, stop it!
By eliminating caffeine you can also help reduce premature aging.
Eye Lift Surgery Is Still Popular Even As People Shed Their Covid Masks
Eye Lift, or blepharoplasty (remove fat and usually excess skin from the upper and lower eyelids). is done to correct drooping upper lids and puffy bags below your eyes to help achieve a more youthful appearance. It reduces under eye bags, enhances the shape of your eye, and can help you feel more confident. The procedure is done as early as 25 years old to as late as 75 years old. Typically, it's the first procedure people get to help them look younger.
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Get a Consultation. In private, Dr. Speron will listen to your personal cosmetic goals. Next, you'll discuss treatments, potential complications/healing time, and what benefits you can expect.
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Sam Speron, MD, FACS
Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
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