Solutions to Skin Problems Shared by Ageless Rx, Perfect for Summer Season

July 9, 2013

As the summer season calls for people to have fun in the sun and show off their swimsuit looks, many express concerns over common skin conditions. Long Island medispa Ageless Rx discusses how confidence can be restored in terms of skin appearance.

Long Island, New York (PRWEB) July 09, 2013

According to Ageless Rx—a high-end medispa serving a diverse clientele in Long Island, New York—summer is a time for people to show off their bikini looks and shine under the sun with confidence. However, the facility also notes that many people find that they have a wide array of skin conditions that may prevent them from feeling their greatest in the sunny summer weather. Although many people consider their skin conditions as personal issues that should remain private, this facility points to a recent Huffington Post article that reveals many of these issues are more common than one might think.

According to The Huffington Post, some of the most common skin problems that can cause self-esteem issues in the summer include “bacne” (or back acne), bumpy arms, scaly patches, stretch marks and ingrown hairs. Although these problems can be a nuisance, the article highlights many natural remedies that can help reduce the severity of the appearance or eliminate the problem altogether.

For instance, the effects of bumpy arms—also known as keratosis pilaris—can be reduced through topical treatments that utilize natural ingredients. The article expands, “Keratosis Pilaris is aggravated by dryness and irritation of the hair follicles so is best treated by nourishing and soothing arm skin. Look for heavy moisturizers containing calming ingredients such as camellia oil, chamomile and aloe vera. These comfort this rash-like skin ailment and soften brittle follicles.”

However, according to Ageless Rx, some issues may require professional attention. In a recent press statement the Long Island medispa explains, “We're not saying a flawless exterior is impossible, but it takes effort. At Ageless Rx we teach you about how to deal with common skin problems and what to do when something pops or shrivels up. If your skin is truly lackluster, a quick in-office resurfacing treatment—such as microdermabrasion or a chemical peel—could perk it up. While a client may require multiple session, each treatment only costs $150 to $250.”

Ageless Rx also highlights what modern treatments can do for stretch marks—a common side effect among those who have made significant efforts to lose weight to fit into an appealing summer bikini. While the article expresses the benefits that rosehip oil may have on reducing stretch mark appearances, it also highlights common medispa treatments that can help promote skin repair. Specifically, The Huffington Post states, “Silver indented streaks require a more intensive approach. Look into laser or endermologie as these services treat uneven texture and encourage tissue regeneration by increasing collagen production.”

Although there are many treatments that can help reduce the appearance of these common skin conditions, the medispa also reminds its clientele to stay on the lookout for external elements that can cause such issues. “As the body's protective outer-shell, your skin puts up with a lot. Harmful elements such as chemicals, infections, cuts, scrapes, and sunlight keep the seemingly delicate organ under near-constant assault. The addition of sweaty gym-sessions and stress send your epidermis into overdrive, leaving it no choice but to react. Keeping these factors in mind can help reduce negative skin reactions,” Ageless Rx concludes in its press statement.


Ageless Rx is a high-end medispa on Long Island, New York, that offers treatments such as laser hair removal, hand rejuvenation, face rejuvenation, laser vein removal, rosacea removal and topic wrinkle reduction. The facility relies on a compassionate and competent staff and state-of-the-art equipment to provide beautiful and long-lasting results.

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