What Skincare Can Look Like to a Millennial

Millennials are often some of the first to adopt new technology and try alternative methods to solving problems. The same is especially true when it comes to skincare. The millennial generation is entering into the gray area between preventive skincare and actually needing to start skincare regimens that target problem areas.

If you fall into the millennial category and you’re wondering what you should be thinking about when it comes to your skincare, here are some things to consider.

Prevention Is Still Important

It’s true, some of you may be falling into an age bracket where skin issues are starting to be less of a theory and more of a reality.You might be noticing crows feet, deeper frown lines, patches of dry skin, or overall dullness to your skin. For most of these issues and others, genetics is, unfortunately, beginning to emerge, but that doesn’t mean all hope is lost! Prevention is still important, even if you’re starting to see evidence of skin blemishes and issues. Quality skincare products and regimens can lessen the signs of aging and can help keep your skin in the best condition possible for as long as possible.

Invest in Treatments

Treatments may seem like overkill to a millennial convinced they’re still in their youthful prime. But in reality, some millennials facing new or worsening skin issues could greatly benefit from investing in a skin treatment. Things like Botox and dermabrasion can provide nearly immediate improvement to skin’s quality and appearance with long-lasting effects. 

If you’re experiencing an increase in acne, the Sebacia treatment is a wonderful skincare investment to make. Sebacia’s acne treatment targets sebum by using gold microparticles and a laser light from a laser in your dermatologist’s office to reduce the oil production in the sebaceous glands. After three Sebacia Acne Treatments (done over two weeks), you will start to notice a difference in your acne, with most patients seeing incredible results after 6-12 months.

Think Beyond Skin Care

Great skincare products and regular treatments will only go so far if you aren’t supporting them with a healthy diet and exercise. We may sound like a broken record, but getting enough water, eating a balanced diet, and making time for regular exercise will not only help your skin, it will also help your overall wellbeing! 

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