Facials should be done once a month unless you have a specific skin condition (acne, hyperpigmentation, etc.), in which case you may need to come in for a series of treatments. The stratum corneas (the outermost layer of visible skin) will entirely regenerate themselves every 28 days, which is why you should have monthly facials. Your skin cells are constantly replicating from the treated cells to replace the old cells throughout this period. Your skin cells will begin to duplicate the newly healthier cells and give you a better complexion if you give your skin a head start (i.e., a fantastic facial).
Furthermore, most skin products take up to 6-8 weeks to begin treating active skin cells, but by speeding up the renewal process with a facial, you may get these products to function faster and more efficiently.
Regular facial treatments also improve blood circulation beneath the skin, allowing it to maintain its maximum health by facilitating skin cell regeneration, stimulating the facial muscles and skin, and strengthening the skin's tone. This, combined with skin-beneficial cosmetics, is an excellent strategy to avoid wrinkles on your face as you age. In addition, dehydration can be avoided by keeping your skin properly hydrated.
Because your skin plays such an essential part in safeguarding your body, it's critical to make efforts to improve your skin's health. Our skin reflects what's going on inside of us. Here are a few tips to help you achieve that healthy glow we all desire.
Inflammatory foods such as dairy, eggs, gluten, sugar, and alcohol are the main culprits. If you're suffering skin problems, try avoiding those meals for a while. Take them out for a few months to see if it makes a difference. Your skin receives nourishment from food. Everything you eat in your daily life adds to your skin's health.
Fresh vegetables are high in vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals, which help the body resist disease and aging. Power foods like spinach, lettuce, asparagus, brussel sprouts, and sweet potatoes fall into this category. These nutrients are necessary for healthy skin. On the other hand, fresh fruits are high in vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals that protect the body. Power foods like wild blueberries, lemons, apples, bananas, mangos, and watermelons fall under this category. Each of these fruits has a long list of health advantages.
Exercise benefits the skin by increasing blood flow and delivering oxygen and nutrients to cells. It also helps reduce stress, which can trigger skin problems. So get up and get moving!
During sleep, our bodies recover from the day's damage and repair themselves. That means getting enough sleep is critical for skin health. Most people need seven to eight hours of sleep a night.
Stress can wreak havoc on our skin. It can cause breakouts, wrinkles, and many other problems. So find ways to relax and de-stress. For example, try yoga, meditation, or simply take a few deep breaths.
Water is essential for our bodies to function correctly. It helps flush out toxins, carry nutrients to cells, and keep our skin hydrated. Aim for eight glasses of water a day.
Cleaning, toning, moisturizing, and the occasional scrub are all advised for everyone, but not everyone's skin reacts to the same routine. Yes, there are some guidelines you must follow blindly regarding your skin, such as removing your makeup before going to bed, moisturizing after cleansing, and using sunscreen, but how much and how often depends on your skin type. As a result, devote enough time to determining which products and regimens are most effective for you, and then stick to them. As they say, there's a certain comfort in routine, and no one appreciates it more than your skin.
At River District Aesthetics, we offer a variety of facial treatments to help you achieve and maintain healthy, youthful skin. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. We'll be happy to discuss your options and customize a treatment plan that's right for you.