Had Some Work Done? You Still Need a Skincare Regimen
Maybe you’ve had some fillers, some Botox, or even some plastic surgery in your quest for line-free, youthful skin. These methods deliver on the firmer and fuller front, but they can’t bring a healthy glow, resilient texture, or bright tone. A radiant complexion will always require the elements that only consistent, quality skincare can provide.
If you opt for injectables or surgical enhancements, the essential skincare steps still apply. Here’s how to keep your glow and extend the life of your fillers, injectables, or cosmetic surgery.
A Consistent Regimen
Subdermal or surgical enhancements may improve the structure of your skin, but the surface requires daily attention. Continue a regular routine to protect from future damage and maintain your results. A basic four-step regimen to cleanse, tone, correct, and protect is essential.
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Mature skin needs exfoliation as much as any other, maybe more. Decreased moisture in mature skin causes skin cells to die more rapidly, creating an excess of dead cells on the skin’s surface. The cellular buildup causes skin to look dull and fine lines to appear more visible. And it blocks active ingredients like Vitamin A and Oligopeptides from reaching their cellular targets to effect change.
Exfoliation removes dead skin cells that dull the complexion, increases the dispersion of excess pigment, and optimizes your products’ by clearing cellular debris that would otherwise block them from penetrating the skin.
A gentle hydrating and exfoliating scrub to remove dull, dead skin cells, encourage cell renewal, and reveal a more youthful complexion.
These glow-inducing, textured pads are steeped in exfoliating acids, nourishing hydrators, reparative healers to leave skin smooth, soft, hydrated, and ready to drink in your favorite serum.
Lines and wrinkles happen as collagen breaks down with age. Lax skin is the result of a shrinking of fat pads under the skin. Fillers and surgery may hide these effects of aging but they don’t stop that process. Corrective serums with ingredients that act at the cellular level to build and protect collagen and elastin will support your procedures by helping to maintain and improve skin structure.
Our top recommendation for supporting extending the life of Botox or filler treatments. This intensive formula delivers a potent dose of peptides with ceramide-boosting niacinamide and hydrating lactic acid to reinforce and rebuild the skin’s structural integrity and elasticity.
This high-performance serum relies on the power duo of vitamin A and peptides to accelerate cell turnover and stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.
UV exposure is one of the primary drivers of pigmentation (age spots), fine lines, wrinkles, and leathery skin. Protecting skin from age-accelerating photodamage is essential to maintaining a youthful appearance. Limit sun exposure, use sunscreen daily, and incorporate a vitamin C serum into your regimen.
Hydrate and protect from UV damage with this lightweight, non-greasy SPF and moisturizer in one.
Superhero antioxidants vitamins C and E have a synergistic reaction that optimizes their photoprotective effects. Plus, vitamin C boosts collagen synthesis and brightens tone.