What exactly is "glowing skin"?

Everyone has a different definition, but there are some universal truths. We associate certain words with glowing skin, including radiant, hydrated, smooth, and youthful. Fit skin is  after all  glowing skin.

But, most dermatologists classify glowing skin by how smooth, soft, and supple it is. Dermatologists also evaluate the texture, tone, and turgor of the skin when developing treatment plans.

So, how can you obtain that much sought-after glow?

There are two ways  one way is using the right skincare products, such as retinol, and the other way is getting skin treatments that use energy-based devices, like Clear + Brilliant, the Fire and Ice laser facial, and IPL facials.

How do these work to impart a healthy glow? Through purposeful damage. If you cause a little bit of damage to the skin through the retinol products you use at night and through getting energy-based skin treatments, it makes the collagen matrix under your skin stronger. As the lasers penetrate the dermis, they trigger the body to kick into healing mode. As the body works to heal the damaged skin, it ultimately surfaces fresh new skin and along with it, a bright, healthy glow.

Once that purposeful damage is induced, you need plenty of hydration, rest, relaxation, and moisturization. Making these a part of your standard beauty routine will enable you to achieve optimal Skin Fitness and that radiant glow all year round.

Next level SkinFitness

If you're interested to learn more about laser treatments and taking your SkinFitness™ to the next level with professional help, contact the skincare experts at LaserAway. From prescribing you a new skincare regimen to scheduling a series of glow-getting laser facials, LaserAway is ready to help you find the right treatment plan for achieving all your aesthetic goals.

Have questions about aesthetic dermatology? Please reach out to Dr. Kirby by contacting LaserAway directly.

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