Restoring skin radiance
Getting back skin’s “glow” can become a frustrating obsession. One of the most common things people come to my clinic to correct is super dry skin and the lines and wrinkles that go with it. The amount of money spent each year on this skin concern alone is staggering. The search for “the perfect moisturizer” leads so many people to a never-ending revolving door of trial and error to regain that healthy, youthful look. Unfortunately, this often leads to trial and error, creating bathroom drawers of (expensive!) half-empty bottles, pots, and jars that promise great things, only to disappoint, and the search continues. For this common skin challenge, I will outline the approach I have effectively used in my clinic for years.
To effectively restore a healthy glow to the skin, you must first understand the contributing factors, as well as the misguided tactics that have been learned over the years. Adopting a different, more targeted approach delivers results that treat the cause, not just the symptoms, of dry skin.
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