The products you use on your skin can affect the future of your face, impacting everything from appearance to signs of aging. In an effort to choose the best skin care products for you and your body, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of your face.
Healthy skin is possible for virtually anyone, regardless of past damage, oil levels, or even past product use. We utilize our professional-caliber skin care resources for a personalized and highly effective skin care regimen. All of the products we employ in addressing your skin are supported by scientific study, ensuring results that last. Whether you want to improve the look and feel of your face or you’re seeking anti-aging benefits, we have the knowledge and expertise necessary to transform and renew your face for the better.
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Sources and signs of skin damage
Skin damage comes in many different shapes and sizes. Understanding the ways in which environmental factors can damage your skin can help you make educated product decisions.
While the sun can feel good on your face, it’s not good for your skin. Photodamage refers to damage caused by UV light that accrues over time, creating lines, wrinkles, and discoloration. Sunburn can cause acute forms of photodamage.
Also known as sunspots or solar lentigines, age spots are areas of darker pigmentation caused by cumulative exposure to ultraviolet light rays. They are most common on the hands, arms, neck, chest, and face.
An inflammatory disorder of the pilosebaceous that is most common during adolescence and young adulthood, acne causes red, painful bumps on the face, chest, back, and upper arms. Acne comes in many forms, including blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, and cysts.
Characteristics of the skin
The skin comes in all shapes and sizes, from dry to oily and everything in between. Identifying your skin type can be very influential in controlling oil production and moisture, helping you to achieve your best skin yet.
Dry skin doesn’t produce adequate oil and is caused by underactive sebaceous glands, resulting in dull, flaking, and itching skin prone to fine lines and wrinkles.
Normal to dry skin
Normal to dry skin has more oil production than dry skin but can still appear tight, dull, and flaking when humidity is low. This skin type can be exacerbated by dry weather and indoor heating systems.
Normal to oily skin
Normal to oily skin is often oily to the touch and is found particularly on the chin, nose, cheeks, and forehead. Oil presence may worsen throughout the day or when stressed.
Let us help you find your fit
Are you seeking skin care you can trust? We can help. With top of the line skin care products, Hotchandani Laser in Appleton, WI, and Green Bay, WI, will help you find your perfect fit.