Monday, 4 February 2019

Skin Treatments for all Weathers - Nottingham, Derby, Mansfield & Nottingham

The weather has a huge effect on the health of our skin, no matter which time of the year it might be. The sun isn't the only thing that can cause damage to our skin; the cold, rain and wind also play their  part. If it's too hot or dry outside, our skin will let us know. Squinting in the sunshine and scrunching up the face against the blustery wind and rain can cause the unwanted appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Skin is our body's largest organ, and it's extremely vulnerable to external elements like heat, cold and moisture. Our skin is the outer layer that we expose to the world every day, and we want to keep it looking as healthy as we possibly can, but with each new season, we get new skin concerns.

In spring, however weak the sunshine, it can still cause sunburn, which increases the risk of premature skin ageing and skin cancer, so always apply sun cream. Legs, and other body parts have no doubt been covered up throughout the cold winter months and ignored, but when springtime comes around and the days begin to get warmer, it's time to think about shaving and waxing again. Laser hair removal is an ideal alternative if you want to avoid any razor burns, rashes or irritations.

Summer is the time for outdoor activities but over-exposure to the sun can lead to not only sunburn, but can also cause facial damage, such as fine lines, wrinkles and uneven skin pigmentation. Sun exposure can make some skin conditions such as rosacea worse, however some sunlight is good for acne. Throughout the summer a high factor sun cream will protect your skin from the sun.

When cold, wet, windy weather arrives in Autumn, it's not only unpleasant, it can also be harmful to the skin, leaving it feeling drier, tighter and dull. Taking good care of the  hands and face is essential, as they get exposed to the cold and wind the most. Moisturiser applied to the skin twice a day is advisable and wearing gloves when out and about will protect them from drying out.

Winter's icy cold temperatures, low humidity and cold wind can wreak havoc on the face and body. Chapped lips, sore red patches and flaky skin become a daily occurrence in winter, when we have freezing temperatures outside and the central heating turned up inside. It's important to exfoliate at least once a week to rejuvenate and show fresh new skin. It's important to keep the skin hydrated, so apply a moisturiser morning and night after exfoliating, Skin conditions like eczema and rosacea can flare up in colder weather.

At Selston Cosmetic Clinic procedures such as botox, dermal fillers and other face enhancement treatments can help you say goodbye to wrinkles. Laser hair removal for the legs, armpits and bikini line are ideal for unwanted hair. Chemical peels can work wonders on skin complains like rosacea, acne and pigmentation and microdermabrasion can refresh and rejuvenate tired, lifeless skin.

Clinic Manager.

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