Even with the mild winters of the Bay Area, it’s easy to fall out of a skincare and beauty routine in the colder winter months. With spring in full swing and the summer around the corner, you may be feeling motivated to recapture your beauty routine and show off your skin! Here are some tips and non-surgical services to restore your confidence in your skin:

Sun protection: If you haven’t been wearing sunscreen this winter, now is the time to work it back into your routine. Protecting your skin from the sun not only prevents skin cancer, it also prevents premature wrinkles and skin sagging. Use a daily moisturizer with an SPF rating or use your preferred sunscreen any day you’ll be spending time in the sun. A wide-brimmed hat is another great way to keep the sun off your face.

Daily skincare: It’s easy to neglect the daily things that are good for your skin, including staying hydrated and washing makeup off your face before you go to bed. If you’ve neglected good skincare habits over winter, spring is a great time to refresh your routine.

Laser treatments: With the laser treatments at our cosmetic surgery practice, we can perform hair removal and rejuvenate the appearance of your skin. You can head into spring with refreshed, smooth skin.

Skincare products: You may benefit from our leading skincare products. At our practice, we offer a range of Obagi NuDerm products to keep your skin looking healthy, young and beautiful.

To learn more about our Bay Area skincare services and our cosmetic surgeons, please contact Bay Area Aesthetic Surgery. We can arrange a consultation for you if you want to know which treatments can help you achieve your cosmetic goals.

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