Are you ready to use a chemical peel or laser treatment to restore your glow and improve skin texture? Winter is the perfect time to do so due to less sun exposure in general. The skin constantly replaces old tissue with new. A chemical peel or laser facial resurfacing procedure can significantly speed up skin cell turnover rate. These procedures will eliminate the surface-level wrinkled, rough, or discolored skin and encourage smoother, brighter, more even, and tighter skin formation.


How Laser Procedures Improve Skin 

Lasers are one of our favorite non-surgical methods for skin rejuvenation which can significantly change the skin. Lasers work by heating the tissues beneath the skin. This heat initiates a healing process by encouraging a precursor of collagen known as fibroblasts to develop. A skin that is firmer and tighter has more collagen.

Additionally, we also make use of lasers to remove hair. Lasers burn and kill the hair, stopping its growth by focusing on the pigment in the hair follicles. Note that lasers are not a substitute for healthy habits or proper skincare. They are only an additional tool to assist your skin in aging well and maintaining its finest appearance for decades to come.


Why Winter is The Best Time for Your Laser Treatment

If you are considering getting a laser treatment, here are the reasons why winter is the best time:

1 – You are less exposed to the sun.

Lasers work by concentrating on skin-pigmented regions. Due to this, tanned skin should not be used for laser resurfacing. The laser has a tougher time distinguishing between healthy and discolored skin if the skin is tanned. This can cause the laser to focus incorrectly, resulting in hyperpigmentation. However, this is less of a concern in the winter when we have less sun exposure to the skin.

Additionally, laser skin resurfacing procedures increase the skin’s susceptibility to UV radiation harm, necessitating the need for post-procedure sun protection. Also generally  we spend much less time outdoors during the winter.  Although you will still need to follow a rigorous sun protection routine whether indoor or outdoor, having laser skin resurfacing treatments in the winter is generally a better idea.

2 – It takes time for collagen to regenerate

Your laser skin resurfacing treatments’ results won’t become entirely visible immediately. Treatments aim to increase the production of collagen and elastin, which fills in wrinkles and lifts drooping skin. You won’t see a change immediately because it takes the body a few weeks to increase the production of these essential proteins. However, your skin will look revitalized and young by summer if you receive treatments in the winter. This means you can anticipate flaunting a clear, flawless complexion at events and during summer vacations!

3 – Winter is the best season for downtime

Winter is the perfect time to stay inside and let your skin recover. Your skin will be slightly reddened and swollen after the laser skin resurfacing procedure. Your skin will go from red to pinkish as you recover, returning to its original color. You may anticipate up to a week for healing; during this time, you can suffer some flaking and peeling of the old skin. During the winter, this healing process is less likely to clash with your plans, allowing you to unwind at home.

4 – Get your skin ready for summer

Your skin can suffer greatly in the dry, icy winter months. The sudden drop in atmospheric moisture after months of high humidity, combined with dry indoor air quality, can severely dehydrate the skin. Even with a thorough at-home skincare routine, dead and damaged skin cells can still accumulate on the surface of your skin, clogging your pores and giving your skin a duller appearance. At Eye Candy Vision and Beauty Clinic, we’ve discovered that laser treatments can result in beautiful year-round skin. Investing in one or more laser skin treatments, particularly during the winter, can assist in removing dead skin cells to expose fresh, beautiful skin beneath the surface. Patients observe a noticeable increase in the general quality of their skin as they incorporate professional laser treatments into their continuing skincare routine because many of these solutions stimulate the body’s natural healing response. Our patients can benefit from healthy, beautiful skin when the weather heats up in the spring and summer by starting these treatments in the winter.

What Skin Issues does Laser Therapy Treat?

The primary purposes of laser rejuvenation are to remove hyperpigmentation and reduce the signs of aging, enhancing the patient’s natural beauty and self-confidence. Laser resurfacing can help improve the following conditions:

  1. Sagging skin: Laser resurfacing is a non-surgical technique to stimulate collagen production and give the skin a more youthful appearance.
  2. Wrinkles: Laser resurfacing can also address the fine lines around the lips and eyes and improve the appearance of wrinkles.
  3. Scars: Various conditions, such as acne, chickenpox, burns, surgery, and injuries, can leave scars behind. Laser resurfacing can repair facial scars by peeling away the damaged top layer of skin and allowing new, healthy skin to grow.
  4. Age spots: Sun exposure causes age spots in many people over 50, but younger people can also get them if they don’t protect their skin and had accumulated sun exposure. Laser resurfacing is a quick and efficient way to eliminate age spots.


Contact Us to Schedule A Skincare Consultation

Consult with a professional to decide which procedures are best for you. Get in touch with us at Eye Candy Vision and Beauty Clinic for a skin analysis and advice on the best course of treatment. We can assist you in getting the winter skincare care you need so that your skin is prepared to glow in the summer. To schedule your appointments, get in touch with our Arcadia office.

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