Spring Skin Care – Get Ready for the New Season

Spring Skin Care – Get Ready for the New Season

  • Skin Care Regimen

By Joanna Kirshner


Off with the old and on with the new!

In order to see your new, fabulous skin for spring, you must first get rid of the old, dead, dry skin. The best way to achieve this is by taking off a few layers by using procedures such as regular peels and daily exfoliation. Tri-Active Exfoliant by iS Clinical® combines powerful botanical enzymes, salicylic acid and eco-friendly micro-beads which provide ideal physical and biochemical exfoliation. The truth is your moisturizer will not work on top of dry, dehydrated skin! So, let’s take off the old and get on with the new.


Give your skin care regime a Spring Cleaning

First thing’s first. If your goal is fresh, glowing skin, it’s time to do a little Spring cleaning. You should avoid the use of expired skin care products from the year before. This is especially an issue with sunscreen protection. Spring is the perfect time to look through all your products and swap items that need replacing.  Toss out anything with an old expiration date and stock up on brand new skin care necessities, like sunscreen, toner, face spray and moisturizer.


Brighten up for the season

Let’s face it, after a cold and wet winter, Spring is a much brighter alternative. Let’s get your skin to match this brighter season! Reduce the appearance of skin discoloration and last year’s sun-damage by applying a brightening and lightening serum to your skin every day.  A good choice is White Lightening Serum by iS Clinical®.


Update your moisturizer

Continue your regular skincare regimen but update your moisturizer.  Winter usually requires a heavier moisturizer, but now is the time to switch to something lighter.  And then don’t forget your sunscreen over the top!


To schedule an appointment with our Esthetician, Joanna Kirshner, please call 619-795-6700.

Medical Age Management is a premier anti-aging and aesthetic skin care services provider in Southern California.