Better Skin for the Holidays

Now is the time to start thinking about ways to freshen skin for those holiday events. It’s best to plan 4-8 weeks ahead so you don’t have a bruise or peeling for the fun nights. If you want Botox or fillers before the holidays, the time to schedule is now!

Think about a series of 3 microdermabrasions, a light peel or just being really regular with all your anti-aging products, especially your Retin A/tretinoin/Renova (the retinoids). Consider purchasing a light scrub like the Dermatologica Daily Microfoliant to use a couple of times a week. Schedule an appointment for a facial with your favorite aesthetician for extra de-stress time – always good during the holidays.

See. Dr. Irwin’s guide to Microdermabrasion and Light Peels

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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