Fresh-faced for Fall
Is summer still written all over your face?
Summer sun is fun while you’re enjoying it! But it can also show up later on our faces as dark spots, pigment irregularities and flare ups of stubborn melasma.
At OlyDerm we know a lot about these conditions and are here to help!
Dark spots can be a result of aging and exposure to sun, especially on the face, chest and hands.
Melasma is a deeper form of skin hyperpigmentation most commonly appearing on the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, chin and above the upper lip. Sun exposure and hormone changes are triggers.
While not life threatening, many people want to minimize this discoloration and achieve brighter, more even skin tone.
We offer cosmeceutical products like SkinMedica and Olympic Dermatology Medical Grade Skincare. And aesthetic, anti-aging treatments including Spectra Melasma Treatment, LaseMD and IPL Fotofacial. Perfect for all skin types, these solutions target pesky dark spots to brighten skin and create a glowing complexion.
Also important, once we know what causes these conditions, there are ways to minimize and prevent. September is a good time to remember to wear your sunscreen every day. As summer comes to an end, for many so does the daily sunscreen application.
Daily broad spectrum sunscreen, like EltaMD, Revision and ISDIN that we carry at OlyDerm, is needed ALL year round to help prevent skin cancer and sun related damage such as wrinkles, dark spots, pigmentation and loss of elasticity. Keep your sunscreen habits going strong to keep your skin protected all year round!
If you want more information about how the experts at OlyDerm can help you identify, prevent and treat conditions like skin discoloration and wrinkles, schedule a free cosmetic consultation with our experienced providers online or call 360-459-1700.
This fall we invite you to try our favorite skin brighteners designed to keep your complexion healthy and glowing. We’re offering end of summer discount specials on products designed to treat melasma, dark spots and uneven skin tone: