In our most recent blog, our team took a deep dive into post-op treatment, what it was, and how it can be used to help promote effective healing and body wellness. Indeed, there are several ways you can embrace body wellness and promote self-care, including by taking care of your youthful skin. In fact, the skin is the largest human organ of the body, which means you want to take extra strides to ensure it is cared for appropriately. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX spa therapists explain the significance of regular skincare routines and how we offer in-house facials to meet your needs.
Taking Care of Your Skin
If you are like several other people out there, you likely find yourself racing to keep your skin hydrated in the wintertime. Do not worry, you are not alone, and this is a fairly common phenomenon that occurs as the weather gets colder. Believe it or not, dry indoor heat, cold outside air, and low humidity levels can dehydrate your skin, causing your skin to look a lot less radiant than you are used to.
In conjunction with one another and without consistent care, these factors can cause your dry wintertime skin to develop into other epidermis irritation such as eczema, rashes, and cracking skin. In order to avoid this phenomenon, we recommend keeping your skin hydrated and properly cared for with a customized skincare routine.
In addition to at-home practices, it is wise to seek advice from a spa therapist about the types of products and practices that can be used to effectively hydrate your skin. Give our team a call today to learn more or schedule an appointment.
A Need for Exfoliation
Taking care of your skin is more than simply washing your face. Indeed, it also involves exfoliating the skin in order to remove the buildup of dry skin cells, breaking up pigmented spots, and making sure your skin retains its healthy glow and smooth texture.
As time passes, old skin cells die and leave their remnants behind as they are replaced with new cells. When you consider this process with the addition of dirt gathered from standard day-to-day activities, it becomes clear that our skin is in need of help to remove it. This is accomplished through exfoliation. Not only does this process remove these deposits, but it stimulates the skin and causes it to produce more collagen, the material that gives your skin that elasticity. Contact our team to learn more.
In-House Spa Facials
When you are looking for a more detailed way to care for your skin or simply seek professional facial care, an in-house facial may be the answer. Our skincare treatments focus on treating, exfoliating, and invigorating your skin in order to help you look and feel refreshed.
It is important to understand that one person’s needs will vary from another’s, as we all have different levels of hydration and textures unique to us. Keeping this in mind, we offer a variety of facials designed to address a variety of needs. From a traditional, classic peel to a customized back facial that cleanses, exfoliates, masks, massages, and treats the skin, there is something for everyone in our spa.
Things to Make Sure Your Esthetician is Aware of
Just as we all have different skin textures and needs, different products are going to interact with people’s skin differently. The last thing we want is for a product to cause a significant reaction, so we make sure to inform our clients about important, person-specific factors we should be aware of.
When you meet with your esthetician, it is important to discuss the current medications you are taking or are prescribed so that we can minimize the chances of a reaction occurring. For instance, certain ingredients in cardiac medications, antihistamines, birth control, and acne treatments can cause your skin to become more sensitive to the ingredients commonly found in facial products. Give our team a call to learn more about your options today.
Additional Treatment for Skin Health
Properly caring for your skin extends further than outer-layer treatment. In fact, our team offers a host of post-op treatments and body contouring care to help your body look and feel its best. Treatments such as microneedling serve to induce collagen production, and we are more than happy to work with you to find your ideal spa treatment.
Schedule Your Next Appointment
Contact Touch-N-Skin: Wellness Spa in Dallas, TX by calling 972-992-7422 to learn more about your skincare and facial treatment options to keep your skin looking and feeling its best, and schedule your next appointment with our team today.