Well this year went by pretty quick. I feel like it was just January last week. It’s okay, another year wiser. 

It’s safe to say that we are living in a world where we’re constantly surrounded by filtered pictures, making it hard not to have high expectations for our facial aesthetics and skin. Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that each one of us is perfectly imperfect which makes us unique! If you care about healthy aging skin care? Consider professional skin treatments. Winter is a great time of year for skin treatments.  With sun exposure peels and laser treatments should be avoided  in the summer months. There is a higher risk of unwanted post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

As we mature it’s important to adjust your skincare to accommodate any skincare issues that might arise with the weather or age. As the seasons change, so should your beauty routines. Skin lacks moisture in cold, dry climates; therefore, you want to load up on all the hydration you can get. 8 glasses of water a day are recommended to maintain your body and skin hydrated.

Skin is the largest organ in the body which we often treat from the outside, but a big part of its health also comes from supporting it from the inside.

Fruits and vegetables provide an abundance of nutrients and antioxidants that support our skin, especially when we consume a variety of colours. Enjoying fruits and vegetables, which are rich sources of antioxidants, has been associated with positive impacts on skin elasticity, wrinkling, roughness, and color.

Botox and filler are some options to consider to improve fine lines and wrinkles. Little treatments like these can really enhance your natural beauty and rejuvenate your face.

Thank you for reading this post, I hope you found this blog helpful . If you have comments or any questions, please feel free to email me directly at Audrey@labeutyguide.com

I would be happy to assist with any beauty professional referrals and appointment coordination.

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