Are Your Expensive Skin Care Products Not Working?

Published on: September 8, 2018

It is easy to spend hundreds of dollars on skin care products at a department store. Many products claim to fade dark spots, smooth wrinkles and turn back the hands of time on your skin. However, often these creams, gels and tonics fall short of achieving the results you want to enhance the appearance of your skin. If you are tired of spending too much money on skincare products without getting the results promised, it may be time to visit a dermatologist.

Cosmetic Services Through a Dermatologist

If you want results, seek professional advice and treatment for your skin. Many dermatology offices offer more than just medical treatment for skin and hair disorders; they also offer cosmetic services to enhance the beauty of your skin. Some of the treatments you may find at your local dermatology clinic include:

  • Botox injections
  • Dermal filler injections
  • Chemical peels
  • Microdermabrasion
  • Professional skin care consultations and products

The benefits of going to a dermatologist are that you get professional medical advice and treatment – it is not just another sale for the person working the cosmetic counter at a department store. Treatments are performed safely in a clinic environment by skin professionals that have the education and training to offer the best results. While many of these treatments do have a higher price than a bottle of serum, the results are proven and often last for months or even years.

If you are ready to get serious about improving the appearance of your skin, schedule a consultation with your local dermatologist. They can recommend the right treatment for your skin that will get you the results you desire.

Posted on behalf of:
Kayal Dermatology & Skin Cancer Specialists
141 Lacy Street, Suite 200
Marietta, GA 30060
(770) 426-7177

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