The Best Skin Treatments in 2023
If the start of the new year has you in transformation mode, then you might be on the hunt for the best skin treatments in 2023. It’s the perfect starting place to reset your mental state and tackle every important goal with a fresh slate.
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If you want to maintain a healthy, fresh-faced complexion, one of the best habits to develop is moisturizing your skin daily so that it stays hydrated throughout the year. That said, the hectic holiday season can throw off even our best efforts, with late nights and holiday cocktails drying out our complexion. Add cold winter weather and sugary treats to the mix, and by the time New Year’s Eve rolls around, many of us are due for a little bit of hydration rehabilitation.
One way to pamper dried-out skin is by booking a hydrating facial. These facials focus on moisturizing the skin with humectant-rich products and hydrating masks, according to Allure. You’ll leave with supple, ultra-hydrated skin and a post-spa sense of zen.
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Laser resurfacing is a treatment that decreases the appearance of fine lines and discoloration on aging skin. It can help reduce the appearance of scars, age spots, uneven tone or texture, and sun damage, according to the Mayo Clinic.
There are two types of lasers used for the procedure. The ablative laser removes a thin outer layer of the skin. The nonablative laser doesn’t remove skin but stimulates collagen growth. While the nonablative procedure is less-invasive, it’s not as effective as the more aggressive laser, the Mayo Clinic clarifies.
If you’re considering one of these treatments, winter might be the best time of year to book your appointment. One perk of scheduling your laser resurfacing treatment at the beginning of the year is that shorter winter days mean less exposure to sunlight. The treatment includes a recovery period, during which patients need to avoid any unprotected exposure to sunlight. By planning the procedure for the winter months, you minimize your skin’s exposure to UV light and avoid irregular pigmentation.
Microneedling is another great option for revitalizing skin. It’s a minimally-invasive procedure in which very thin, short needles are inserted into the surface of a patient’s skin. The practice improves the look of scars, boosts collagen in the affected area, and can even encourage hair growth.
Not only does microneedling have immediate results, making the skin fuller and more luminous for the first couple of weeks, but it also increases collagen production and improves skin’s elasticity over time, Elle magazine reports. The article cites a 2008 study in which “skin treated with four microneedling sessions spaced one month apart produced up to a 400% increase in collagen and elastin six months after completing treatment.” If you plan your first session in the next few weeks, that means firm, fresh skin just in time for summer!
For anyone looking for a more aggressive approach to skin concerns, a chemical peel is a great choice. It’s famous for brightening dull skin.
This procedure involves applying a solution to the surface of the patient’s skin that causes a mild blistering sensation. The affect is similar what happens to your skin when it sheds a sunburn. The top layer of the skin then “blisters” off and reveals a healthier layer of skin underneath.
According to WebMd, chemical peels have been shown to reduce fine lines, treat wrinkles, improve the appearance of some scars, treat some forms of acne, reduce age spots and discoloration, and improve the overall appearance and texture of skin.
Make sure you wear sunscreen and follow all the after-care instructions.
This is one of the top-requested trends of 2022. Its popularity will certainly make it a go-do skin treatment in 2023.
This treatment cleans out pores, rejuvenates aging skin, and treats acne, among other uses. In Style estimates that one hydrafacial is performed every fifteen seconds worldwide, a testament to the treatment’s cult status in the industry.
The hydrafacial is not the same as the hydrating facial. The instruments and techniques is quite singular.
This treatment uses a spiral suction of water to remove dead skin cells. It’s considered a medical-grade resurfacing treatment, just like chemical peels and laser resurfacing. One of its most popular uses is to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, according to the Resurge Clinic.
Having that said, if your skin is extra dry this winter usually brings, try these tips.
Thermage is a non-invasive skin tightening treatment that uses heating and cooling to stimulate collagen production on a deeper level. Celebrity devotees of the treatment include Gywneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez, according to the Huffington Post. Like the hydrafacial, many proponents appreciate the lack of downtime after a thermage treatment, with a slight pink shade of skin disappearing after about an hour, according to Doctor A. John Vartanian.
Another perk is that it’s a one-treatment procedure. Just think, in and out with no downtime. Plus this treatment lasts for up to six years. One study found that 92% of patients had an increase in collagen production within the first six months and that all patients had an increase eventually, according to the Huffington Post piece. The procedure is safe, researched, and non-invasive.