Time to spring clean your skin

Now that spring is here, many of us are looking for a fresh start – decluttering our lives and deep cleaning our houses. But what about your skin?

Winter can take a real toll on your complexion, often leaving it dry, flaky and with unsightly red patches. Spring is the perfect time to give your skin some TLC, before the sun comes out in earnest and does more damage.

Revamp your skincare routine

Have a look at the products you’re using on your face, and ask yourself: are they really working? Too many of us are taken in by expensive advertising campaigns and faux-scientific terminology, and end up spending a lot of money on skincare products that don’t really do anything for our skin.

Here at Dr Joney De Souza Aesthetic Clinic, London, we offer all our clients a thorough skin analysis and consultation to find a clinically proven cosmeceutical product range that will work for you, and tailor a treatment plan to your needs.

Keep it even

Uneven pigmentation on the face can be one of the biggest giveaways of ageing. Freckles, sun spots and age spots are all examples of this, but facial thread veins can also have an ageing effect.

We offer a range of treatments at our London aesthetic clinic to deal with pigmentation issues – from laser skin resurfacing to diathermy for facial thread veins.

Smooth operator

Spring is also a great time to think about smoothing out those lines and wrinkles, with Botox or dermal fillers. Not only will a more youthful complexion help boost your confidence for summer, but sun protection is one of the most important factors in the battle against ageing, and it is much easier to apply sun block evenly onto a smooth surface!

For more information on the range of anti-ageing and skincare treatments we offer here at Joney De Souza Aesthetic Clinic, please contact us.

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