How is Your Skin After Labor Day?

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How is Your Skin After Labor Day?

Tired after labor day

Did you wake up this week and find your face looked more tired and “older” after the holiday weekend?

Perhaps there was one too many alcoholic drinks, too much sun exposure, or too many indulgent foods?

If so, there are ways to rapidly recover!

  1. Beauty Sleep -Yes, adequate sleep allows the body to recover and repair from any damage and make new collagen, which prevents sagging. Collagen helps the skin look plumper and less wrinkled. Aim for 6-9 hours of sleep a night.
  2. Vitamin C – Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps even skin tone and revitalize the skin surface. Consuming enough vitamin C helps the skin’s surface and improves hydration of the skin.
  3. Regular skin turnover – Consider booking an appointment for a skin check up with http://www.ami-reneespa.com/#!about/c1va9. Ami can help the clarity of your skin with mild chemical peels and other procedures to encourage your youthful skin to shine through!
Barbara Southard, RN, BSN, CLNC
Barbara Southard, RN, BSN, CLNC
Barbara Southard R.N, B.S.N, Certified Nurse Injector Barbara Southard was born and raised in Tulsa, OK where her family taught her the importance of community by volunteering in various organizations and church. In 1996-2000 she attended Oklahoma University and earned a B.S. in Microbiology. From 2000-2002 she completed her BSN RN in nursing. For the next 10 years, she mastered her skills as an IV Infusion specialist working as a case manager and participated in research studies for new medicines. Pursuing her Masters in Nurse Practitioner with a subspecialty in Family Practice/Dermatology is her latest endeavor. In 2011 she married Dr. Wrany Southard and together they have established Southard Dental & Aesthetics Medical Spa. Barbara's lifetime commitment to wellness, health, and fitness has been her driving passion. To look and feel your best is what she wants for all her patients. Barbara currently practices under the guidance of two medical directors a Medical Doctor and Doctor of Dental Surgery to ensure her patients receive the best possible outcome and predictability.

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