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Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring!

08 April 2019

Now that spring is underway, it’s time for “spring cleaning mode” to officially kick in. Well… our “spring” cleaning may have come a little early this year while Tribeca MedSpa was being renovated, but what has spring cleaning looked like for you? Is it decluttering your office? Cleaning out your closet? Purging through your child’s old toys? While cleaning all those spaces definitely makes us feel accomplished, let’s admit it… it’s easy to neglect the one thing we carry with us every single day. Our skin!!!

Whether you’re a skincare fanatic or just dipping your toes, the turn of the season is one of the most important times of year to check in with your skin. The transition from winter to spring can be a shock to the skin, causing dryness, dullness or irritation. The harsh winter may have taken a toll on your complexion and now is the perfect time to revive your springtime glow.

Tribeca MedSpa’s Dry Skin Repair treatment is the perfect restorative fix. It starts with dermaplaning, to manually exfoliate dead skin cells, revealing a layer of fresh, healthy new ones. This first step leaves your skin soft and bright, allowing for cosmeceuticals to penetrate and renew the skin more effectively. Next, we treat the skin with a light chemical exfoliation to revive the skin from within, revealing a healthy, vibrant appearance. Lastly, the treatment includes a biocellulose mask to soothe the skin and intensely hydrate. This cooling mask leaves your skin dewy with an immediate glow.

One of Tribeca MedSpa’s most popular treatments is the Laser Retexturizing Treatment, which combines dermaplaning with laser genesis to instantly transform dry, dull skin. The treatment begins with dermaplaning to mechanically exfoliate dead skin cells, revealing a brighter, smoother complexion. Then, the newly revealed cells are treated with laser genesis to stimulate collagen production, refine pores, diffuse redness and even skin tone. With no downtime, this treatment reveals a vibrant complexion and immediate, natural glow.

Not sure which treatment is right for you? Click here to schedule a complimentary consultation and skin analysis. There’s no better time to say goodbye to winter, and hello to healthy, radiant skin!

You Are What You Eat!

31 May 2016

We all know that our health and even our moods are often reflective of our diets. But many of us don’t realize that what we eat can have a significant impact on our skin’s health and complexion. Whether you’re trying to combat breakouts or premature wrinkles, changing your diet ever so slightly may just be the jump-start you need to improve your skin’s overall appearance. After all, beauty comes from within. Here are Tribeca MedSpa’s top foods for a radiant complexion:

Berries: Well-known as a great source of antioxidants, berries can also protect skin from premature aging. The many antioxidants and vitamins in berries can combat free radicals, preventing future skin damage. Berries such as blueberries are also noted for their anti-acne properties, preventing blemishes, opening clogged pores and tackling harmful bacteria.

Citrus Fruit: Citrus fruits such as lemon, orange and grapefruit are packed with antioxidants and vitamins such as Vitamin C. Vitamin C not only hydrates skin, but it also reveals a brighter, more radiant complexion. Vitamin C can also reduce signs of aging by deferring wrinkles, discoloration, and even sagging. Fruits such as grapefruit and lemon are also thought to boost and energize one’s metabolism.

Spinach: Spinach is a great super food for your skin. Not only can spinach reduce visible signs of aging, but it can also repair damaged cells, stimulate collagen production and reveal healthy, glowing skin. Eating spinach daily can also leave dry, dull skin feeling hydrated due to its high water content. Nutrients such as Vitamin K help reduce inflammation, as well as the appearance of dark under eye circles.

Avocado: Avocado is a wonderful and effective natural moisturizer for dehydrated skin. Its high concentration of Vitamin E can nourish dry skin, revealing a supple finish. Avocado is also thought to prevent free radicals, reducing skin’s vulnerability to sun damage and other environmental damage that could cause fine lines and wrinkles.

Green Tea: Rich in antioxidants, green tea not only reveals a glowing complexion, but it is also proven to prevent skin cancer. In many cases, drinking green tea can also help protect your skin from sun damage and premature wrinkles. Aside from its amazing skin benefits, green tea can also lower cholesterol, prevent heart disease and boost your metabolism, igniting a healthy, new you!

Eat up!

Healthy Skin Lifestyle

24 August 2014

With the summer wrapping up, many of us are looking at the toll that the summer months took on our skin.  Sun exposure, long days with late nights, and summer cocktails can leave your skin dull and dry.  Whiletreatments and products make a difference revitalizing your skin and repairing the damage from the bad behavior many of us indulged in this summer, there is a quick ‘life-style’ cleanse that guarantees to refresh you.

In an ideal world, we could rely on a full 7-8 hours of sleep, plenty of water, a whole-food based diet including organic vegetables, and daily physical activity for a beautiful, healthy appearance.  And while most of us busy-but-beauty-conscious individuals find achieving just one item from off that list out of our reach, there is one simple life-style change that produces an immediate improvement to one’s appearance: cut out alcohol.

I tried a 30-day alcohol cleanse on suggestion from my acupuncturist when complaining about my unshakeable sugar cravings, but the compliments I got on my skin made me think: is this the skin-care tip people haven’t been getting?  At the risk of using temperance party sound-bites or sounding as old-fashioned as a character from Boardwalk Empire, I highly recommend going “dry” to combat dry skin.

Alcohol dehydrates you.  Not only does alcohol work as a diuretic it inhibits the hormones which control water reabsorption.  So even if you are using the college-senior-approved strategy of one shot of water per shot of alcohol, you will be dehydrated.  So for those of us with dry skin, alcohol keeps us dry or exacerbates the condition.  To follow this further, dehydration leads directly to wrinkles as collagen is not being regenerated well so wrinkles come on faster and go deeper.

Alcohol is a vasodilator which means it dilates the blood vessels and causes a redistribution of fluid in the body.  In case you were wondering how one can be dehydrated and puffy at the same time, there is your answer.  While your whole body is affected, the thin delicate skin around your eyes is quick to show this by way of puffy eyelids and under eye bags.  This increased vascular activity can look like a general flush or redness particularly around the nose and cheeks.  Over time or in extreme cases this increased vascular activity can result in tiny broken capillaries sometimes called spider veins.

In a less direct aesthetic attack, alcohol is detrimental to restful sleeping causing tossing and turning and waking up more frequently during the night.  A University of Michigan study actually shows this side-effect to be worse for women than for men.  The subsequent and often indulged craving for a greasy hang-over-cure breakfast is another indirect assault on your skin’s health.

Going alcohol-free is certainly not a necessity for health as there have been numerous scientific studies about the benefits of alcohol; red wine in particular has garnered plenty of good press in the last decade.  It’s important to remember that alcohol, like any controlled substance, has both pros and cons.  If you feel like giving ‘Sober September’ a try, you can judge for yourself.

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