You might be wondering – what are our patient picks for favorite Winter cosmetic skin treatments? Well that’s easy – there are three things most patients focus on in the winter:
- Getting ready for swimsuit weather
- Knocking out treatments that might require a little ‘downtime’ or less exposure in the sun
- Exfoliating and clearing out dry, winter skin
So now that we know the top goals for wintertime skin care – we can share with you our most popular cosmetic skin treatments associated with each to more easily achieve the desired results.
Easily laser hair removal
and Viora skin tightening
and body contouring
are tops when it comes to getting swimsuit-ready! You want your skin to be smooth and hair-free (legs, bikini and arms!) and if you are venturing out in a bikini – you’ll want to sculpt trouble areas (legs, belly and arms) for definition. Or perhaps you just need a little ‘lift’ of the skin – Viora does that, too. Neither treatment requires downtime – and does require a few treatments. Contact us for a complimentary consultation to help you get your desired results in time for summer!
There are not any treatments that we do at Park Cities skin care in Dallas that we would consider ‘invasive’ or that require real ‘downtime’. However, if you do opt for the brightening, clarifying, youthful restoring treatment we know as ReSurFX laser resurfacing treatment – you will want to stay out of the sun for a few days and follow proper after-care with moisture application. The amazing results will be well-worth a few days inside.
Deep Exfoliation and Routine Skin Maintenance
Of course, Intraceuticals Oxygen Facials
, hydrafacial and microdermabrasion are always fan faves – but the Clear + Brilliant treatment is a notch up from both as far as strength. Hydrafacial and microdermabrasion are safe enough to do every other week or so – while Clear + Brilliant is a bit stronger. We will customize a treatment plan just for you – based on what you hope to achieve and your skin type. Chemical peels
are also very popular to shed the old, and bring in the new.