While we love the blueberries and bare feet of summer, we’re not so keen on the sizzling summer heat and the havoc it plays on our poor complexions, from sweaty breakouts to (gasp!) sunburns. To keep your skin in prime, sublime condition this summer and beyond, here’s a list of skin savers you cannot live without:
Vigilant SPF application is the single-most important action you can take to protect your skin this summer. Not only will it dramatically reduce your risk of skin cancer, but daily sunscreen use can also help your skin look younger. A recent study revealed that people who applied sunscreen daily for a year showed improvements to the look and feel of their skin, from more even skin tone to diminished lines and wrinkles. If that doesn’t convince you to use sunscreen every day, nothing will!
This red carpet stand-by is a must for anyone looking to refresh and revitalize their skin, making it a perfect break from the sweltering heat. The Oxygen Facial is an intensely restorative facial that infuses your skin with oxygen, nutrients and medical-grade ingredients to exfoliate dull skin cells, replenish hydration and revitalize for a brighter, smoother, more evenly-toned complexion with no downtime.
Omnilux LED Anti-Acne Therapy
Whether you’re 17 or 50, acne remains a prominent and persistent skin concern. This non-invasive, painless, BlueLight treatment can dramatically reduce breakouts and improve the clarity of your skin by destroying acne-causing bacteria. A series of periodic OmniLux treatments throughout the summer will help you maintain clear, healthy-looking skin.
This non-invasive light treatment is the gold-standard for improving pesky pigmentation concerns, from age and sun spots to freckles, small veins and even rosacea. Photofacials bathe your skin in bright light, reducing sun damage and triggering new collagen and elastin production for brighter, more even, younger-looking skin. We recommend a photofacial in the fall to help reverse summer sun damage, but photofacials are effective any time of year.