Maintaining optimal skin health becomes more difficult as you age. Over time, your body will begin to decrease its production of collagen, and your skin’s ability to exfoliate effectively will degrade. When this happens, you will develop wrinkles, fine lines, and dark spots. You will look much older, tired, and haggard. With the proper maintenance, however, you can maintain healthy skin for years.

It’s important for your skin to remain hydrated, and proper hydration comes from drinking plenty of water every day. You can also maintain proper hydration by using lotions and facial creams.

Another way to maintain great skin health is to commit to a workout routine. Exercising can improve every aspect of your body, including the skin. Maintaining a healthy diet can also benefit skin health.

If you need help rejuvenating your skin, Dr. Deborah White, a board-certified plastic surgeon, and Gail Gomez, a licensed Aesthetician, can provide skin care treatments that can make you look younger and more radiant. Contact our office today!