Cool tips for winter skin

SEASONAL CONSIDERATIONS: Dr Rastogi Bella Face Cosmetic Surgery & Medi Spa specialises in a range of cosmetic procedures  together with consultation services for breast augmentation, liposculpture, facelifts and tummy tucks.
SEASONAL CONSIDERATIONS: Dr Rastogi Bella Face Cosmetic Surgery & Medi Spa specialises in a range of cosmetic procedures together with consultation services for breast augmentation, liposculpture, facelifts and tummy tucks.

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Winter is coming and it’s important to think about good skin care to help battle seasonal elements.

During these months our skin needs to be moisturised more often due to being exposed to colder temperatures, stronger wind, along with constant air-conditioned heating in the home, office and vehicle. These factors can severely reduce the skin’s natural oils and leave it feeling dry and stressed. Fortunately, there are many options available to support good skin maintenance and reduce the signs of ageing.

Among the most simple and effective are undertaking a regular skin care routine and, for those wanting more immediate results, considering non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

When introducing a regular personal skin care routine, make sure to keep it simple and easy to manage.

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A basic home routine would include daily cleansing, exfoliating, increased moisturising and rejuvenating, which collectively can go a long way to alleviate and manage problem areas.

At Dr Rastogi BellaFACE Cosmetic Surgery & Medi Spa Newcastle, they believe enhancing your natural elegance should be supported by good skin care products with high-quality ingredients and recommend including the Environ skin care range.

Pioneers in skin care for more than two decades, Environ delivers premium products and processes that are effective by combining the best of modern science with a deep passion for healthy skin.

The company was founded by an internationally recognised plastic and cosmetic surgeon and has become a world leader in products for anti-ageing and a wide range of skin conditions.

Their impressive range is supported by cutting edge delivery technologies and features award-winning products including Skin EssentiA AVST moisturisers, Focus Care Youth+ Avance Moisturiser and Youth EssentiA Vita-Peptide Eye Gel.

The demand to correct the most notable and unwanted facial changes through non-surgical cosmetic options continues to grow with the most popular procedures being injectables, which include dermal fillers and muscle relaxants, and laser treatments.

A recent study by CHOICE, Australia’s leading consumer advocacy group, reports there is “no one treatment that deals with all skin issues and works for all people” which is why cosmetic doctors and technicians may suggest having more than one treatment.

Typically muscle relaxers target wrinkles or fine lines on the forehead and around the eyes. Dermal fillers are designed to enhance fuller lips and pad out hollow cheeks and eyes.

Rather than just smoothing or tightening skin, they can change the facial profile to a more youthful one.

Most laser treatments are used to promote facial rejuvenation and can produce quicker results with less downtime.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) uses bursts of intense light energy to heat the epidermis and dermis, stimulating collagen production and improving skin tone and texture as well as discolouration.

CHOICE concluded its review by advising consumers to do what reputable industry professionals have always supported.

When contemplating any non-surgical procedure make sure you undertake some thorough research, know exactly what’s involved, and choose wisely based on experience, qualifications and expertise.

Dr Rastogi BellaFACE Cosmetic Surgery & Medi Spa is located at Honeysuckle. For more information about cosmetic procedures visit www.bellaface.com.au.

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