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Vitamin C For End of Summer Skin

Vitamin C Serum Summer Skincare Essential

Vitamin C for end of summer skincare

As summer winds down it’s important to treat your skin with extra care. UVA and UVB rays can stress out skin, but Vitamin C can help neutralize this reaction – reducing skin irritation, irregular pigmentation, collagen breakdown and photoaging that results from sun damage.

How to Use Vitamin C Serum

Combined with a physical sunscreen, like Elta MD, Vitamin C serum is key to keeping your skin sun-safe during summer adventures. The aestheticians at Georgia Dermatology Center recommend Revision Skincare Vitamin C Lotion 30%. This product moisturizes, minimizes fine lines and wrinkles while offering antioxidant protection. It’s a perfect addition to your end of summer skin care.

Keep Using the Sunscreen!

Elta MD is the gold standard when it comes to sun screen. Sunscreen is the number one aid in the fight for slowing down skin from aging.

Oil-free EltaMD UV Clear helps calm and protect sensitive skin types prone to discoloration and breakouts associated to acne and rosacea. It contains niacinamide (vitamin B3), hyaluronic acid and lactic acid, ingredients that promote the appearance of healthy-looking skin. Very lightweight and silky, it may be worn with makeup or alone.

Facial & Peels for Rejuvenating Dull Dry Summer Skin

Georgia Dermatology Medical Spa offers a variety of facial and peels that can  gently exfoliates the top layer of skin, revealing the smoother and healthier skin beneath.

  • Skin Wave Facial is our number one choice for summer dull skin. It works by gently removing impurities while nourishing skin with proprietary solutions that leave your skin cleansed, hydrated, and revitalized.
  • Microdermabrasion improves skin texture and minimizes pore size. It is a great treatment to make sure your skin looks its best for special days or for every day. A series of treatments is recommended for best results.
  • Blade Peel to gently remove dead dry layers of skin while increasing firmness and minimizing fine lines and wrinkles.

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