RevLite SI Treatment For A Clear, Brighter Skin | Shinagawa Blog

RevLite SI Treatment For A Clear And Brighter Skin

Being an advanced and innovative laser treatment, RevLite SI can treat skin indications such as wrinkles, fine lines, pigmentation, acne scars, and tattoo removal in a precise way.

Designed with advanced features, it is a one-stop treatment for various skin indications.

Given its versatility as a treatment, RevLite SI at Shinagawa Aesthetics can effectively treat the following skin conditions:

  • Birthmarks, melasma
  • Vascular Lesions
  • Dermal Lesions
  • Hyperpigmentation-age spots, sun spots, melasma- caused by excessive exposure to the Sun, trauma to your skin, or the side effect of certain medications
  • Acne caused by hormonal changes and imbalances in your gut
  • Treatment of oily face
  • Reduction of wrinkles
  • Tattoo removal

There’s a good chance that you might have one of those concerning skin conditions. If so and you’re annoyed by it, know that RevLite SI treatment is here to your rescue.

Currently, we have a special promo featuring RevLite SI! For inquiries and appointments, call our Patient Care Lines (+632) 7-368 5238 | (+63) 917 862 7454 | (+63) 921 217 0517. A FREE derma consultation awaits as well!

Effective Night Skin Care Routine | Shinagawa Blog

Effective Night Skincare Routine

Ending your day right is just as important as starting it well. After a long day doing all your activities and errands, it’s important for you to clean your skin before dozing off and going to sleep.

In our previous entry, we shared with you the proper morning skincare routine.  Having a good one at night is just as important.

At night time, your routine will be similar to your morning plan with some basic changes. Here are some effective and highly-suggested ways:

Cleansing – You can use an oil-based makeup remover to avoid pulling or scrubbing at the skin. Then, gently rinse with warm water and clean skin with a mild cleanser.

Toners And boosters – You can use the similar toner you use in the mornings at nighttime. You can also apply mists, boosters, and essences that can add glow and vitality to your skin.

Eye Cream – Starting in your 20s, it is beneficial to apply eye cream each night. In addition to moisturizing and healing sun damage, eye creams can also protect the sensitive skin around the eyes as you apply potentially harsh skincare products like exfoliants or acne treatments.

Treatments And Exfoliants – For this one, it is important for you to be discussing it with a dermatologist about the right products for your skin type. Treatments may include products for conditions such as acne or rosacea. You may also want to use a detoxifying or clarifying mask once or twice a week. You can use exfoliating products a few times each week to remove dry or dead skin cells.

Hydration – A lot of moisture is lost from the skin at night while we sleep. You may want to apply an extra hydrating mask or skin oil a few times a week or every night if you have dry skin. You should also apply a moisturizer or night cream liberally before going to sleep.

Having skin problems that won’t go away? Give your skin the care it deserves by scheduling a visit with one of our dermatologists today

A FREE derma consultation awaits you at Shinagawa Aesthetics. Call our Patient Care Lines (+632) 7 368 5238 | (+63) 917 862 7454 | (+63) 921 217 0517 to book an appointment.

An Effective Morning Skin Care Routine | Shinagawa Blog

Effective Morning Skincare Routine

How do you exactly start your day? Is your skin part of your morning priorities? It should be.

Starting your morning with the proper skincare regimen should be a must for you. But what exactly is the right morning routine?

There are some basics everyone should follow. In the morning, take the following steps:

Clean Your Skin – Just simply rinse off the residue with warm water and a gentle cleanser.

Toner – You should use a toner for your skin type that will deliver active ingredients like A and B vitamins and antioxidants as well as shrinking pores.

Serums & Eye creams – These are concentrated products used to tackle fine lines and wrinkles. Better first to consult a dermatologist to find the right products for your skin type.

Acne Treatments – It’s better to apply spot treatments for acne rather than washing the whole face with these usually harsh and abrasive products.

Moisturizer And Sunscreen – Don’t forget to use a moisturizer that contains sunscreen or apply an effective moisturizer for your skin type followed by a sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher.

After your morning skincare regimen, you should apply makeup or other products as you usually would.

Need more assistance with your skin? A FREE derma consultation awaits you at Shinagawa Aesthetics. Call our Patient Care Lines (+632) 7-368 5238 | (+63) 917 862 7454 | (+63) 921 217 0517 to book an appointment.

Keloid Symptoms | Shinagawa Blog

Keloid Symptoms

Keloids come from the overgrowth of scar tissue. Keloid scars tend to be larger than the original wound itself.

They may take weeks or months to develop fully.

The symptoms of a keloid can include:

  • a localized area that is flesh-colored, pink, or red
  • a lumpy or ridged area of skin that’s usually raised
  • an area that continues to grow larger with scar tissue over time
  • an itchy patch of skin

While keloid scars may be itchy, they’re usually not harmful to your health. You may experience discomfort, tenderness, or possible irritation from your clothing or other forms of friction.

Keloid scarring can form on large areas of your body, but this is generally rare. When it happens, the hardened, tight scar tissue may restrict movement.

Keloids are often more of a cosmetic concern than a health one. You may feel self-conscious if the keloid is very large or in a highly visible location, such as on an earlobe or the face.

Shinagawa Aesthetics offers an effective keloid treatment program. Schedule a FREE consultation with us!

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Did Quarantine Give You Acne And Dry Skin? | Shinagawa Blog

Did Quarantine Give You Acne And Dry Skin? Get A Remedy!

Being quarantined in your house may have enabled you to avoid everyday pollution, there’s still a good chance that your skin might be dealing with some issues, considering we are experiencing the apex of our rainy season.

Getting stuck in the house also means no dermatologist appointments for a long stretch, not much skincare products, and prolonged exposure to new environments that give you all sorts of skin problems like acne, dryness, and rashes.

Acne

As we all know, acne is a skin condition that chooses no season.

If you don’t have any proper medication or treatment, your skin might get a needed boost by following these tips:

  • Get some sleep before 10 p.m. so you do not stimulate the hormones that will make your skin
    oily.
  • Wash your face with a mild unscented soap or facial cleanser twice a day only.
  • Decrease eating high glycemic index food to reduce the inflammation in your skin which is
    contributing to the development of pimples.

Dry Skin

All that handwashing and hand-sanitizing may have taken a toll on your hands and other parts of the body.

Hand hygiene must be continued but the regular application of moisturizers must be done. Here are
some tips:

  • Try applying some hand cream or body lotion after washing the hands.
  • The application of moisturizers every one to two hours may also be necessary to prevent flaking
    and fissuring.
  • At night, a liberal coat of petroleum jelly may be applied as a final coat after applying
    moisturizers to seal in moisture.

Luckily, Shinagawa Aesthetics in Makati is back to help you deal with your acne and dry skin the right way. Book your FREE consultation now!

Call our Patient Care Lines: (+632) 7-368 5238 l (+63) 917 862 7454 l (+63) 921 217 0517 for inquiries and appointments.