Happy Thanksgiving from Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Institute and AST!

We are Grateful for You

In this holiday season, it is a time to show gratitude and give thanks. That’s why Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Institute and Advanced Skin Therapeutics want to take a moment and thank you for putting your skincare needs in our hands.

Everyday, we have the opportunity to help our patients become the best versions of themselves. There is so much joy in seeing someone’s face light up when they first catch a glimpse of their stunning results, or when long time dermatological issues are clearing up.

Without you, we wouldn’t get to wake up every morning to do the job we love to do. From rejuvenation to skin care treatments, we are grateful to give you exactly what your skin needs.

Holiday Skin Care

The holidays can be hard on your skin. Lack of sleep, overindulgence in sugary treats, and stress all create the perfect storm for complexion issues.

Here are some quick skincare tips to keep you looking merry and bright:

  1. Take the time to get some sleep. Be kind to your skin by getting a good nights rest to avoid dark circles and dull, tired skin.
  2. Limit your alcohol intake. Alcohol can dehydrate your skin, making it look dry, red, and unhealthy. Take breaks from the eggnog and opt for a glass of water.
  3. Don’t forget your skincare routine. When we get busy, it’s all-too-easy to fall asleep in your makeup or skip the moisturizer. More than ever, your skin needs TLC during the holiday season. Give yourself permission to take time in the morning and at night to indulge in your favorite skincare routine.
  4. Continue working with your dermatologist. The holidays are busy, and finding time for yourself can be incredibly difficult. Your dermatologist can help you find the right tools to get you through to the New Year without a complexion disaster.

 

All content found on the SkinTherapy.com Website, including: text, images, audio, or other formats were created for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this Website.
If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, go to the emergency department, or call 911 immediately.
2018-11-20T14:23:29+00:00