5 Skincare Treatments to Revive Your Skin This Fall

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Fall is the ultimate season to indulge in stronger skincare treatments that reboot, rejuvenate and restore your skin. Skincare expert and celebrity esthetician, Vicki Morav weighs in on her go-to treatments that she recommends to recharge your skin during this transitional period. 

"It's crucial to reboot the skin this season, especially after months of sun exposure and wearing masks for long periods of time," Morav says. Here's a look at some of her favorite treatments: 

Microdermabrasion: Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure used to improve the appearance of sun damage, wrinkles, scarring and more. This 'power peel' is an ideal treatment to get this season as you should avoid sun exposure before and after the treatment. 

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Clear & Brilliant: Known for its long term payoff, Clear & Brilliant Laser Resurfacing evens out the skin tone, minimizes pores and reboots your skin by addressing early signs of aging. This treatment resets your expectations with results that are both immediate and progressive. 

Microneedling: Ideal for treating scar tissue and lax skin, Microneedling rejuvenates the skin with tiny needles that run over its surface. This treatment will be your new 'go-to' if you're looking for a younger and brighter complexion.

Radiofrequency: Looking for a facelift without undergoing the knife? Vicki uses Radiofrequency to boost collagen and elastin productions, leaving your skin firm, lifted and tightened. Radiofrequency is suitable for targeting loose skin, the neck and chin.

Lymphatic Drainage: For those who prefer a less invasive treatment, Lymphatic Drainage is for you. This therapeutic massage uses light pressure and rhythmic strokes to increase your lymph flow and reduce the toxins in your body. It helps improve overall skin’s radiance, reduces swelling and over time, and creates a more sculpted look to the face.

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