Winter Benefits of a Hydrafacial

Winter Benefits of a Hydrafacial

Between the cold air, the indoor heat, and the lack of humidity that winter weather often brings, your skin may not be at its best during the colder months. If you’re not happy with what you’re seeing in the mirror, it may be time to consider a HydraFacial®. 

At Daphne Panagotacos, M.D., Inc., in Westlake Village, California, Dr. Panagotacos and our team offer this treatment and other facials to treat dull, dry, lackluster winter skin. In this blog, Dr. Panagotacos explains what the HydraFacial is and how it can help make your skin supple, hydrated, and gorgeous again. 

The basics 

A HydraFacial exfoliates, extracts, and moisturizes your skin all in one treatment.

In the first step, we exfoliate your skin, which means we remove dead skin cells from the outer layer of your skin. In the next step, we use a gentle suctioning tool to vacuum your pores, which removes any built-up gunk.

In the final step, we infuse your skin with antioxidants, hyaluronic acid, and peptides to encourage the growth of healthy skin and to give your skin a beautifully vibrant glow.

The benefits

In the summer, you may eat more fresh fruits and vegetables than you do in the winter, simply because they can be more plentiful. These foods are hydrating and helpful to your skin. You might also take cooler showers, which are also better for your skin than hot showers, which can dry out your skin. The good news is a HydraFacial can help replace the moisture your skin loses during the winter months.

However, a HydraFacial can do much more than that! Along with giving you more supple skin, a HydraFacial can address many common skin issues, such as: 

Also, you can enjoy the benefits of HydraFacial treatments year-round. Some people choose to have one every 5-7 months, and others prefer a monthly treatment. Whichever frequency you choose, making HydraFacial treatments a part of your beauty regimine can help keep your skin looking great

To help you maintain your results between treatments, wear a broad spectrum sunscreen to prevent damage, drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, eat a nutritious diet to support your skin health, and make sleep a priority.

To get a HydraFacial or to learn about any of our other aesthetic treatments, call 805-203-9553 to book an appointment with Daphne Panagotacos, M.D., Inc., today.

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