Tips for Better Skin Health

February 13, 2019
When something we own breaks, or becomes damaged, we tend to replace it. We supplant it with something new or something better suited for performing the tasks set out by the broken thing. When our cars break down, we have them fixed. If they can’t be fixed, we have them replaced. We do the same thing with household appliances, clothing, mobile devices, and all manner of personal belongings. In fact, we are so accustomed to replacing things that we even apply the same approach to matters of our own health. Heart valves, hair plugs, prosthetics, synthetic cartilage – we live in a time of unparalleled technological advancements and a time in which we are afforded the ability to diagnosis and treat ailments with the same mechanical expertise previously reserved for material objects alone. Not surprisingly, we have come to apply similar techniques for improving the health and appearance of our skin.

The Importance of Proper Skin Care

When our skin becomes aged – damaged by the result of injury or environmental stress – we employ makeups to conceal blemishes, undergo surgical procedures to tighten wrinkles and remove age spots, and seek topical products to restore our youthful appearance. Though these techniques are extremely useful for lessening the appearance of damage in our skin, they do have their limitations, and it is vital that we understand the importance of maintaining proper skin health in order to obtain the results we desire. Considering our bodies cannot be replaced, the procedures and products we rely on to treat our skin must be suited to not only conceal damage, but also work from the inside to promote the natural processes necessary to ensure optimum skin health. When we practice good skin health, we not only improve the look and feel of aged, damaged skin, but also improve the vitality of key skin components to ensure lasting results and encourage prolonged health.

Improving Skin Health

Our skin is our first line of defense. It protects our organs and internal tissues from the world around us, safeguarding us from harmful UV radiation, pollutants, and physical abuse. When our skin becomes over worked, tired, and aged, it loses some of its effectiveness, resulting in disease, skin irregularities, and even weakened immune systems. By providing patients with services designed to improve collagen and elastin production, promote natural healing processes, and enliven human growth factors, our staff of highly trained dermatologists and aestheticians remain dedicated to continuously improve patient health, well-being, and beauty. Contact us today and discover the steps you can take to make sure your skin remains healthy, vibrant, and effective at protecting the rest of your body from the harms of the world around you.

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