So many people want to focus on bettering themselves at the start of a new year. Diet and exercise often take front and center with our resolutions. But even though it is now winter and your skin is usually covered up, don’t forget about taking care of it as well!

If you haven’t undergone a skin rejuvenation treatment in the past, it’s time to learn more about these revolutionary interventions and how they can bring relief and healing to skin problems that may have plagued you for years.

Treatments for a Wide Range of Conditions

Skin rejuvenation treatments don’t need to be limited to your face. Discoloration and other irregularities can appear anywhere on the body, including your hands and upper chest. It’s important to get any abnormalities checked by a skincare expert to make sure they are properly diagnosed and treated with the latest methods. A trained skin care expert can address any kind of skin condition, including rosacea, broken capillaries, spider veins, and melasma, while also providing skin rejuvenation services such as dermal fillers to add volume to skin and improve its appearance.

Says Jo Gayle Wilkerson, LVN and head nurse at Sona Dermatology & MedSpa’s Galleria location in Houston, “With skin rejuvenation we can address client skin care needs like acne scarring, sun damage and dark spots, as well as texture concerns.  These treatments help address the client’s main concerns like those annoying large pores and dark spots.  The clients can expect minimal down time and end results of more refreshed skin.”

Treatments for Skin Discoloration

Overexposure to sunlight and UV rays can lead to areas of discolorations of the skin, especially later in life, and age spots and other discolorations can result from imbalances in melanin. These blemishes don’t have to be permanent—skin coloration treatments can help break up this melanin build-up and improve the color of your skin.

Skin coloration treatments typically take the form of advanced fluorescent light treatments, which stimulate skin cells and interact with skin pigment to smooth out your complexion and make discolorations disappear over time. Skin coloration treatments can address discolorations in all forms, including freckles, age spots, and melasma.

Laser Treatments

Laser treatments for skin have been used for years, but a new type of treatment known as fractional resurfacing is an enhanced type of laser treatment that requires less heat to stimulate collagen production and encourage skin healing. This treatment method creates deep, tiny holes in the skin that stimulate skin regeneration with fewer visible marks or side effects.

Fractional laser treatments are most commonly used to heal acne scarring, age spots, and other flaws in the skin, and result in tighter, smoother skin. Compared with other laser treatments, they offer a faster recovery time for patients.

Dermalinfusion

For patients hesitant to undergo laser treatments, or for individuals with skin conditions that don’t require laser treatments, dermalinfusion can be an ideal noninvasive alternative. Dermalinfusion is a three-part process that exfoliates, extracts, and infuses skin with serums designed to address your specific skin conditions. When administered correctly, dermalinfusion treatments can provide quick, sustained results with no downtime.

Dermalinfusion can address a number of skin rejuvenation needs, including acne, skin brightening, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, dry skin, and discoloration.

Take the First Step Towards Better Skin

If you are interested in addressing any skin irregularities you may have, or if you simply are interested in prevention and maximizing your skin’s health, the first step is to meet with a skin care consultant to ask questions, voice your concerns and discuss treatment options. Seek a provider that offers a medically trained and supervised staff, with years of experience! Sona Dermatology & MedSpa always offers these consultations free of charge for its clients—and you can book right online!

“I truly enjoy helping my clients with their concerns and educating them on the treatments.  There is no better feeling than having a client return telling me how much better their skin looks and feels and how happy they are after treatment,” says Wilkerson.  “Clients should look for a provider that they can connect with and talk to.  The client should leave knowing their provider is truly listening to and addressing their concerns.”

Sona Dermatology & MedSpa is the largest full-service aesthetics company in the nation with four locations throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area and four locations in the Houston area. Sona’s focus has always been its clients, providing them with exceptional service, efficacy, and safety in a comfortable, spa-like atmosphere. Under the oversight of medical directors, treatment professionals maintain strict safety standards and use the most advanced technology to help clients look and feel their best.


To learn more or to book your free consultation online, visit sonaskin.com.