If summer and sunscreen aren’t as synonymous to you as peanut butter and jelly, they really should be. Skincare isn’t where the mind goes when contemplating activities like surfing, biking, and volleyball, yet beyond sunburn, the sun can have a devastating effect on the skin itself. And it’s important to understand why.
As a skin care doctor in Vancouver, Dr. Roz Kamani is adamant about the importance of applying sunscreen year round, no matter the weather. But in the summer it’s even more important—and that’s regardless of skin tone or one’s tendency to burn.
Summer is the time to enjoy the outdoors. While enjoying the fresh air and sun, Dr. Kamani would like to give you some advice on how to keep your skin refreshed and healthy.
A major key to producing healthy skin is to follow a simple cleaning routine. As we all know, our skin produces natural oil which acts as a barrier to protect the skin. As a tendency, we scrub and wash off our natural oil, which leads to clogged pores and breakouts. The trick is to keep the skin clean without irritating it.
Dr. Kamani is now carrying SkinCeuticals’ breakthrough Phyto Corrective Gel at her skincare clinic in Kitsilano. Ideal for people with a tendency to burn in the summer, this soothing gel serum features botanical ingredients meant to calm and hydrate skin while improving visible redness.
As opposed to harsh skin lighteners that contain hydroquinone, SkinCeuticals Phyto Corrective Gel uses natural alternatives to help diminish the appearance of brown spots and promote a clear, fresh-looking complexion.
“The weather is warming up, and the added sun means it’s time to refresh your skin care routine,” says Dr. Roz Kamani. “As most people know, the sun can cause premature ageing. The skin contains a pigment called melanin and too much sun causes more to be produced. This is why we tan. This can also lead to an uneven tone and freckling, along with the redness and oiliness that is the summertime standard for some people.”read more
A tiny wrinkle, the furrow of a brow, a slight slackening around the jawline. If your face no longer feels like your own, you may be a candidate for facial rejuvenation with Dr. Roz Kamani, an aesthetic doctor in Vancouver.
Today, facial rejuvenation no longer requires surgery. In fact, by using Cosmetic Botox and JUVÉDERM in tandem, a simple 30-minute treatment can result in a visible improvement of problem areas that lasts for several months.
Looking for a proven solution for smooth hips, thighs, and buttocks? With a breakthrough blend of ingredients, Oraser Cellulite Control by ZO Skin Health works around the clock to reduce visible signs of cellulite. And now it’s available in Kitsilano through Dr. Roz Kamani. “Products from ZO Skin Health are based on clinically proven formulas,” explains Dr. Kamani. “These products bridge the gap between therapeutic treatments and daily care. That’s why they’re often recommended by doctors for post-procedure care in the medical aesthetics industry.read more