How to Take Care of Your Skin After a Medical Spa Treatment

We’re all about a spa day. Not only is it a great way to relax and unwind, it’s also a great way take care of major skin concerns. With all of the advancements in facial treatments and procedures, people continue to invest in the latest and greatest in aesthetic skin care. Why wouldn’t you protect your investment? A proper skin care routine is what you need in order to take care of your skin in between treatments.

Pamela Hill has been a driving force in the aesthetic industry, her hands on experience in the treatment room led to the creation of her product line that is formulated with tried and true ingredients to help enhance your post treatment results.

“The clinic was developed for a need that I saw having worked as a nurse in the plastic surgery industry. My product line was an evolution of working in the clinic and not having the products that I needed.”-Pamela Hill, R.N.

There are all sorts of facials and treatments on the market, from lasers to actual leeches, we’ve seen it all. Just like with her Pamela Metamorphosis products, Pamela only invested in treatments she saw have effective results when it came to her medical spa. At Facial Aesthetics, a number of treatments are offered – Hydrafacial, Halo Laser Treatment, BBL (BroadBand Light), Skinpen, and of course Botox and Fillers.

These treatments are recommended by a medical esthetician after a full skin care analysis and discussion of the results you are seeking. When it comes to skin care products to use after treatments, as with anything in skin care, your regimen will depend on your individual skin concerns and type.

To keep it simple, here are a few golden rules to follow:

The Eyes Have It
Botox and Fillers are by far one of the most popular treatments out there. For people treating fine lines around the eyes, the next step to protecting your investment is a good eye cream or serum.

No Scrubs
Classic TLC lyrics aside, scrubs or any type of exfoliator in the skin care world works wonders for ridding the dermis of dead skin cells. You just have to remember that there is a time to exfoliate and a time to just let the skin be. After any type of skin care treatment, harsher scrubs are best to avoid for at least a week.

Here Comes The Sun
Wear sunscreen. It always amazes us that people spend so much time and money trying to treat their skin, yet fail to do the number one thing to protect the skin from premature aging.

Find Your Go To Product
Diamonds used to be a girl’s best friend, but now it’s your favorite skin care product. If you take home anything from your visit to a medical spa, it should be a go to product. Everyone needs a product they can depend on to set their skin right. If you deal with breakouts it might be a cleanser that’s proven to be effective. If you are wanting to decrease UV damage to the skin’s surface, a Vitamin C Serum is a must.

Since almost all professional skin care treatments have individual results in mind, make sure to see what your license medical esthetician recommends.

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