Clinic Eleven Skin Cancer and Appearance Medicine Paraparaumu on Skin Texture, Pigmentation and Preserving Your Healthy Glow

Clinic Eleven Skin Cancer and Appearance Medicine Paraparaumu on Skin Texture, Pigmentation and Preserving Your Healthy Glow

Smooth, radiant skin is an outward sign of inner health and youth. However, sun exposure, diet, hormones and smoking can add years to your actual age. The outer layers of skin are the most vulnerable to environmental factors and reflect structural and volume changes in the deeper layers below. Most commonly, the texture of skin is affected by dryness, wrinkles and a build-up of excess dead skin cells as our natural exfoliation processes slow down.

Clinic Eleven Appearance & Skin Cancer Medicine Paraparaumu Skin Pigmentation

Clinic Eleven Appearance & Skin Cancer Medicine Paraparaumu Skin Pigmentation

It’s well known that a healthy glow doesn’t mean a tan. In fact the dark pigmentation of skin as a result of sun or solarium exposure is a sign of skin damage. These are most recognisable as age spots or freckles and are permanent alterations to the skin’s appearance. Some people may also experience specific skin conditions such as acne, rosacea (redness) or psoriasis that can alter the texture and pigmentation of skin. Talk to our experts at Clinic Eleven about specific treatments for these conditions.

To keep your skin fresh and glowing remember the basics of skin care. Cleanse to remove excess oils and grime daily. Exfoliate regularly to keep your skin smooth as over time the natural exfoliation process slows down. Moisturise daily to keep your skin hydrated and finally, protect your skin from the sun.

There are treatments to improve the texture and complexion of your skin, so talk to Dr Brent Krivan and Aesthetician Wendy Krivan from Clinic Eleven Appearance and Skin Cancer Medicine Paraparaumu to improve your skin's quality and help with unsightly pigmentation today.

Call them now on 04 298 7600 or CLICK HERE to make an appointment right away!

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