“The holiday season is here, and winter is not far away either,” noted Emmy award-winning reporter Anna Davlantes, “so we are talking about getting great looking skin in time for all of that.”
For that discussion, she invited Dr. Julius Few, founder of The Few Institute For Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Chicago, on to her show to talk about the best skin care for the tough winter months.
“It is a concern,” continued Anna, “you see celebrities and you’re like ‘how is their skin so perfect?'” Dr. Few brought some of the answers to that question with him based on his experiences working with celebrities and all different skin types in his practice. Dr. Few uses the most advanced non-invasive products and services, starting with the SilkPeel Dermalinfusion, featuring the Lumixyl SilkPeel to fade away hyperpigmentation and even out skin tone. He also notes that the SilkPeel is great for treating acne and photo-damage, as well as lines and wrinkles on the face and other parts of the body.
“Think of it as the next generation of microdermabrasion,” noted Dr. Few. “It is actually liquid based…you can infuse different agents to make the skin brighter [and] get rid of wrinkles.”
SilkPeel has become one of the hottest procedures among the Hollywood and Beverly Hills set because it is non-invasive, meaning there is no downtime. At most, patients report a bit of a rosie glow on their face that lasts less than 30 minutes after the treatment is complete. The immediate results include softer skin, better texture and less visible pores. Over the subsequent days there is an improved skin tone, reduced hyperpigmentation and less skin laxity. This is related to the delivery of actives into the skin and the stimulation of healthier skin function. It also can do wonders for acne, using the SilkPeel Clarifying Proinfusion solution.
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