1. Change your moisturizer according to your skin type in the spring
It is very important to use suitable moisturizers for the skin that is worn out and loses its moisture during the winter months. This can only be achieved by choosing products suitable for skin type under the control of a dermatologist. Sufficiently hydrated skin looks healthy and bright.
2. Keep your skin clean morning and evening
Air pollution and make-up can cause skin pollution and clogging of pores during the day. For this reason, care should be taken to apply cleaning products regularly 2 times a day. The risk of blackheads and acne is reduced on the skin that is cleaned with products suitable for the skin structure, recommended by a dermatologist. This habit is an important step to prevent the effects of aging on the skin.
3. Don’t let the spring sun stain your skin
Especially the first sun rays of spring can damage the skin more than ever before. Sunscreens protect the skin from harmful ultraviolet rays, preventing skin aging and protecting it from skin cancers. Sunscreen products should be applied 20-30 minutes before going out and should be renewed at regular intervals. Expert advice should be considered when choosing sunscreen.
4. Benefit from the regenerative and skin rejuvenating effects of water
By consuming at least 8 glasses of water a day, the body can be purified from toxins and the skin can look more moist and healthy. However, it should not be forgotten that the fluid requirement of the dry and wrinkled skin in winter conditions can be met only by drinking water. Tea, coffee or fruit juices cannot meet this need.
5. Choose antioxidant foods
In recent years, the relationship between antioxidant nutrients and skin health has been scientifically proven. These foods help the maintenance and repair of skin cells, provide protection from the harmful effects of the sun and reduce the effects of aging. It is important to consume fresh vegetables and fruits of all seasons in the right quantities. For example; Carrots, pumpkin, cabbage, zucchini, green leafy vegetables, green peppers, oranges, almonds, walnuts and hazelnuts are valuable nutrients for skin health.
6. Do not be exposed to cigarette smoke
Due to many harmful substances in cigarettes, it is also the enemy of our biggest organ, our skin. By impairing blood circulation in the body, it prevents cell regeneration and accelerates skin aging.
7. Take action with spring
With the increase in air temperatures, there should be an increase in daily physical activities. Regular exercise helps to quickly remove toxins from the body through sweating; It also activates the skin, providing a bright and smooth appearance.
8. Get expert help
It is important to seek expert help so that the appearance of dullness, wrinkles, sagging and drying on the skin does not become permanent. After the evaluations of the dermatologist, personalized treatments are determined. With many cosmetic dermatology applications, skin health can be protected and the desired appearance can be achieved.
In the “peeling” method, which is one of the most common applications for the skin, regeneration is provided by peeling the dead skin layer with special solutions. In “mesotherapy”, the middle skin layer is reached in the face, neck, hands and décolleté areas with vitamins, minerals, amino acids and special drugs.
In this way, it is aimed to remove wrinkles and stains. “PRP”, which is the process of applying platelet cells obtained from the person’s own blood and rich plasma fluid containing growth factor, to the middle and lower layers of the skin with small injections, provides brightness and vitality to the skin. Botulinum toxin treatment, which can be applied in as little as 10-15 minutes, helps smoothen wrinkles and gives the person a youthful appearance. With “filling applications”, depressions and deep lines on the skin can be removed.