4 Products to Add to Your Fall Skincare Regimen

Those men and women around the state of New York are constantly working to improve and perfect their skincare regimen as the seasons change and the weather tends to improve and worsen over time. While we can finally say goodbye to the harsh humidity and the ever-beating sun of New York summers, the fall and winter months bring their own set of unique challenges. According to Dr. Eric Treiber MD of Treiber Dermatology, while a year round skincare regimen would surely be ideal, it sometimes isn’t practical for the area in which we live – considering how much the summer tends to differ from the winter, not just in temperature but in sunshine and humidity as well. For those of us who are looking to better our fall skincare regimen, and looking for a means of protecting and perfecting the look, feel, and health of our skin, here are a few important products you should look towards this fall season.

· Alpha Hydroxy Acids

According to Dr. Eric Treiber MD and his colleagues, AHA’s are a vital part of any skincare regimen, no matter what season it might be. especially beneficial for those with tired, worn skin in need of some good exfoliation, Alpha hydroxy acids are a natural occurring, nonabrasive exfoliant that helps to refine and even out the skin without causing too much irritation. The use of AHA’s can help to promote new skin cell development, and allow men and women to achieve brighter, firmer skin, and an overall bright, steadily improving overall complexion. The best part of Alpha hydroxy acids is that they can help patients to achieve stronger, thicker skin, especially within the deeper, inner layers while promoting an overall firmness and wellness.

· Vitamin C

Vitamin c is something that many might remember their mother telling them to take during the winter months to ward off a cold, however, it can also help to improve the overall look and feel of your skin in a number of ways. According to Dr. Eric Treiber MD, Vitamin C protects against free radical sun damage all year round, and helps the skin heal faster and more efficiently than ever before. In fact, vitamin c is actually an essential part of normal, healthy skin cell growth and helps to restore collagen production, while helping us to improve the appearance of sun spots and discolorations.

· Peptides

These nutrient-rich protein building blocks help to improve the weakened communication with our aging skin, while directly being responsible for repairing and preventing future skin damage. In addition, application of certain smooth, soft peptide creams and toners can help patients to smooth out their skin while decreasing roughness and providing vital hydration and giving the skin a far more even texture. The peptides penetrate deep within the skin and work from the innermost layers outwards.

· Retinol

A derivative of vitamin a, retinol helps to restore and rejuvenate your skin by speeding up the process of cellular turnover. Acting as a powerful exfoliant, retinol can repair the skin by removing the outermost layers of dead, dull skin cells, and promoting the growth of fresh, youthful skin cells – allowing men and women to have a brighter more luminous complexion all winter long!

For more information on your skincare regimen, be sure to contact Dr. Eric S Treiber MD today.