6 Treatments You Should Do During the Winter

During the winter, your skin often needs a little extra TLC. Less sun exposure and lower humidity levels mean that skin often becomes dry and pale in the winter. There are many aesthetic treatments available to beautify your complexion at this time of the year, as well as provide lasting benefits for your skin! These include: 


In microdermabrasion treatment, a suctioning wand with a crystal or diamond tip is brushed over the skin to remove dead skin cells. This enhances circulation and collagen production for a healthy and glowing complexion. Since microdermabrasion treatment speeds up skin cell turnover, it can make you more likely to sunburn. So, many patients like to get this done in the winter, when they spend more time indoors. 

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels are used to address many different types of skin concerns with minimal recovery downtime. A quick peel can easily fit into your hectic holiday schedule and provide a dramatic improvement to the health of your skin! The glycolic peel, lactic peel, beta peel, and trichloroacetic acid peel are all popular options to resolve common skin issues. 


Fibroblast treatment is a cutting-edge, non-invasive alternative to a surgical facelift, as well as injectables like fillers and Botox. It works with an FDA-approved device that forms a plasma charge above the skin. This leads to a powerful increase in the tightness of the skin, as well as the production of collagen and elastin. The skin is more susceptible to sun damage after fibroblast treatment, so winter is an excellent time to get it done. 

Nano Infusion

Nano infusion therapy is a gentler alternative to microneedling. It uses a device with sterilized pins that are swept across the skin to create tiny channels. Serums can then be applied and deeply absorbed through the channels to enhance the look and feel of your skin!

In the winter, drier air can strip the skin of its natural moisture. The serums and nutrients delivered in nano infusion therapy can nourish the skin, making it firmer, smoother, and brighter. 

Celluma Light Panels

Celluma light panels utilize LED light therapy to enhance the skin’s healing process. This provides a noticeable improvement to signs of aging, acne, hyperpigmentation, and inflammation. After Celluma light therapy, it’s important to stay out of the sun as your skin heals, which is easier to do in the winter. 


Not to be confused with microdermabrasion, microneedling involves pricking the skin with tiny, sterile needles. This process stimulates the skin’s natural healing process to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, scarring, enlarged pores, and hyperpigmentation. 

In the winter, many people notice that their skin appears drier and duller. Microneedling speeds up skin cell turnover and stimulates collagen production to brighten your complexion, which can offset the negative effects of winter on your skin.

To schedule an appointment for an aesthetic treatment this winter, contact Skin Radiance Med Spa today!

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