Midwestern winters can be brutal. In Indiana, lake-effect snow, gusting winds and below-freezing temperatures not only wreak havoc on homes and roads, but can leave your skin looking and feeling dry, itchy and dull. At Indiana Plastic Surgery, we offer non-surgical skincare treatments to rejuvenate winter skin. Try one of our skincare treatments to keep your face glowing all season long.
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Dr. Robinson understands that not all skincare products are created equal, which is why he offers only the best options to keep your skin looking as healthy and vibrant as possible. If you’re feeling underwhelmed with the performance of your current products, look no further. You can enhance your skincare regimen with Alastin Skincare® products from Indiana Plastic Surgery.
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Recently, RealSelf, an online community for sharing information on all things aesthetic, asked members to predict the top aesthetic trend for 2016. Polling over 500 board certified doctors, the top trend was clear—amongst the bounty of procedures, microneedling was most often mentioned. An active member and frequent RealSelf contributor, Dr. Robinson is pleased to perform microneedling with the help of SkinPen.
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The harsh weather of winter can wreak havoc on a healthy complexion. Winter’s cold, dry air can irritate the skin—often causing dry, cracked, and flaking skin. In Indiana, we are no strangers to the perils of the colder months. Having battled the wind and cranked up the heat, come the end of winter, our skin is zapped of its natural oil barrier, leaving our skin struggling to retain moisture.
Parched, the skin tends to lose its healthy luster. And, while the appearance of chapped skin is not aesthetically pleasing, for many, the resulting tight and even itchy skin proves far more uncomfortable.
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