4 Skin Care Resolutions That We Recommend for 2020


The new year is just about here. With that in mind, now is the perfect time to think about the many ways we plan to better ourselves in 2020 and beyond. We understand that most people will be making new year’s resolutions pertaining to their health, fitness, and personal goals, but what about your skin? The start of the new year can be an ideal time to prioritize skin care and begin taking the steps necessary to improve your complexion. That’s why our skin care experts are here to provide a few skin care resolutions that we would recommend for the new year.

Learn Your Skin Type

Without an intimate knowledge of your skin, it can be impossible to know exactly what skin care products and ingredients will be the most helpful to your complexion. We recommend coming in for a skin analysis appointment to get more acquainted with your skin type and how to best pamper your skin.

Apply Sunscreen Daily

It may seem counterintuitive but applying sunscreen every day is a critical component of keeping your skin healthy and hydrated. Cold days? Cloudy days? During the winter? Yes, yes, and yes. Even a lightweight SPF can help provide additional moisture and keep your skin protected year-round from the Sun’s UV rays.

Consider Microneedling

We perform microneedling treatments that are intended to help stimulate natural collagen production and brighten the facial skin. However, one of the other benefits of this treatment is providing clearer pathways that allow ingredients in skin care products to penetrate the skin more deeply and work even better. 

Don’t Be Afraid to Try Something New

As times change, so does our skin. We don’t mean you have to upend your skin care regimen entirely, but with some many outstanding skin care products and treatments available, fortune may favor the bold. Sometimes a little tweak to your established routine can make all the difference in the world. 

Eat a Skin-Friendly Diet

We are what we eat. The foods we put into our body can have a profound effect on the quality of our skin. While healthier, leaner foods full of vitamins and minerals can actually improve the condition of your skin, processed foods that are high in sugar, fat, and salt can make our skin suffer over time.

It doesn’t matter what products you invest in or regimen you create, your skin won’t truly benefit unless you make skin care a priority. That’s why we recommend so strongly to find a skin care method you like and make an honest effort to stick with it. For more information or to request a complimentary consultation appointment, please contact MadEmEl Medical Aesthetics today. And don’t forget to follow MadEmEl on Facebook and Instagram for additional tips, news, and much more.


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