The best treatments for post-summer skin

While we may love the summer holiday season, the sun's light waves can harm our skin's health.  

If you’re looking to update business’s beauty menu for autumn, it's a good idea to include after-summer treatment options to help your clients rehab their skin and increase your bookings. 

Here are some ideas for cleansing and repairing the skin after the summer. 

Treating sun-damaged skin

Hydrodermabrasion and microdermabrasion involve the removal of the superficial layers of skin by physically exfoliating them with abrasive tips. 

Microdermabrasion with a high-quality machine can result in unclogged pores, improved congestion, decreased acne, deeply cleansed and exfoliated skin, and a brighter complexion.

Dermabrasion is a minimally invasive treatment, especially if you are using hydrodermabrasion technology. 

Hydrodermabrasion is ideal after summer before cold weather impacts the skin. 

Treating hyperpigmentation

Sun exposure can cause excess pigmentation and damage skin cells. Green LED light therapy offers a promising solution for individuals seeking to address hyperpigmentation. 

Green LED light therapy can minimise dark spots and uneven skin tone by utilising its targeted wavelength and promoting melanin reduction. 

Electroporation (no-needle mesotherapy) involves the superficial, no-needle transdermal delivery of vitamin blends and skin-boosting ingredients into the deeper layers of the epidermis and upper dermis layer.  

Treating dry and dehydrated skin 

Excessive sweating can lead to moisture loss, leaving your skin dry and flaky. 

Staying well-hydrated by drinking plenty of warer and using moisturisers that lock in hydration is essential in reversing this. 

Incorporating hyaluronic acid into a skincare regimen can also help the skin to retain moisture. 

Red LED therapy is recommended for dry skin to increase blood circulation and stimulate cellular activity, boosting collagen. 

After just one session, skin can appear more hydrated and plumper, with any irritation calmed, although five to 10 sessions are usually recommended.

Treatments to avoid premature ageing

The sun's UV rays can accelerate your skin's ageing process, leading to wrinkles, fine lines and age spots. 

This is often referred to as photoageing. Over time, UV radiation breaks down collagen and elastin, proteins responsible for maintaining your skin's elasticity and firmness. 

To help mitigate premature ageing, clients can incorporate antioxidants like vitamin C into their skincare routine, as well as using SPF daily.

There are also treatments which can help.

Zemits Friolift is a contrast skin rejuvenating platform that combines two popular non-invasive treatments – radiofrequency and cryotechnology. 

Depending on your client's personal goals, radiofrequency and cryo treatments can target things such as skin tightening, detoxification, cell oxygenation, circulation, toning, firming, puffy eyes, and reducing and preventing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. 

With a three-step protocol, you can help to reduce wrinkles and improve skin laxity and tone. 

This is a sponsored story in partnership with Zemits.