Catch up until spring: 5 cosmetic procedures for the cold season
Winter is an ideal period for transformation and rejuvenation, as well as for combating aesthetic imperfections and problematic skin. In the cold season, the process of tissue repair is faster, and the risk of complications after deep exposure is minimized.
cosmetologist “Clinic of innovative technologies”
“For the autumn-winter period, it is worth planning procedures that have an aggressive effect on the skin and require a rehabilitation period. Cool air, lack of sudden changes in temperature and humidity, short daylight hours contribute to rapid healing and the appearance of the desired effect.
Consider the basic techniques that give the best result in the cold season.
1. Fractional lasers
These are the most aggressive procedures for the skin, which include resurfacing, laser rejuvenation, removal of blood vessels and pigments.
During the session, tissues are heated at a certain depth. As a result, damaged areas are removed, and a powerful renewal process is launched in the body.
“Such techniques are an effective way to deal with scars, age spots, post-acne,” the doctor explains. “The skin on the treated areas becomes healthier and more elastic, its tone and relief are evened out.”
2. Photo procedures
At the heart of all photo-procedures is the effect on tissues with high-frequency light pulses. Depending on the problem to be solved, a certain wavelength is selected.
Light techniques are successfully used to remove pigmentation, spider veins, acne and rosacea.
3. Chemical peels
We are not talking about all-weather peels, but about those that have a deeper effect and are carried out strictly in winter. These are procedures with the use of retinoids, trichloroacetic acid, as well as those acids that contain hydroquinone.
Violation of the temperature regime during the recovery process can lead to improper scarring, pigmentation, stagnant spots and will only exacerbate the problem.
four. Surgical sutures
Procedures with surgical threads can also be attributed to autumn-winter procedures. The lifting effect is accompanied by tissue displacement, so the rehabilitation period is usually quite long and difficult.
Antibacterial and hormonal ointments are applied at the injection sites (injections and punctures), fixing dressings are used for a rather long period to stabilize the threads. All this is easier to carry in the cool season.
5. Injection techniques
Injections do not depend so much on seasonality. But in general, the regeneration process is much better in the cool season due to the low level of ultraviolet radiation.
Biorevitalization, laying gel forms, bioreparation, plasmolifting also involve a short rehabilitation period, so patients are advised to appear less often in the sun and use a cream with a protection factor of 50 spf for the first three to five days after the procedure.