Things to Do for your Skin in Fall

Fall is a good time to:

Get a light peel or a microdermabrasion to help slough off those old cells.

See Dr. Irwin’s article on Microdermabrasion and Light Peels

 

Think about any laser work you might want done in the fall/winter, especially if some downtime is needed.

See Dr. Irwin’s articles on laser treatments

 

Use a heavier moisturizer as the central heating goes on many places – don’t forget your body!

See Dr. Irwin’s Moisturizer Recommendations, and Products for your Body

 

Book those pre-holiday Botox/filler appointments since they go fast when the parties start.

See Dr. Irwin’s articles on Botox, fillers, and Sculptra

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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