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End of summer skin repair

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Before a person rolls out their fall wardrobe, it may also be time to get a handle on skin care for fall and winter and to determine what improvements need to be made.

After a summer of fun in the sun, and ending with Labor Day, late summer and early fall are the best times to start restoring skin and getting it in shape in time for the holidays.

That's right. It's time for some San Diego facial rejuvenation.

Skin is craving attention right about now from challenges left over from the summer sun.

It is time to prepare that facial canvas for the cold of winter and embrace some skin rejuvenation goals.

Following are some suggestions to help restore skin and to give it a luminous glow.

Try a series of chemical peels which can uncover some beautiful skin, but be advised, not all peels are the same.

A product like Environ’s Cool Resurfacing System can do wonders for skin.

These non-evasive peels are painless, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, fade age spots and freckles, smooth skin texture and promote the production of collagen.

Introduce Retin A to a skin care routine. Many products on the market contain this chemical, but the goal should be to find a product with prescription-strength. A derivative of Vitamin A, it has been proven to give people more youthful skin.

When a San Diego plastic surgeon prescribes it, it helps reverse sun damage and encourages collagen production.

Retin-A helps fade age spots, evens skin tone, reduces wrinkles and fine lines and improves skin texture.

Beginning and dedicating oneself to an anti-aging skin care routine is imperative for the return to the glow of youthful skin.

A visit to a plastic surgeon can be an introduction to an elite skin care line which can make a big difference in uneven skin tone, size of pores, fine lines and pigmentation issues which unmasks a luminous glow.

And last but not least, still use sunscreen even though summer is ending. Skin needs year-around protection to hold off premature aging and skin cancer.

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