Summer weather can ravage our skin - from extreme heat and the scorching sun - our skin takes a beating every time the temperature goes up. For this reason, many women forgo their monthly skincare routines due to extra sensitivity and fear of downtime.
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According to Baltimore, MD plastic surgeon Dr. Gary Burton, "the summer is one of the most crucial times to take care of your skin. Conditions like windburn, sunburn, and irritation need to be addressed just like all other issues."
Because the skin is extra sensitive to treatments during the summer, Dr. Burton offers SilkPeel, one of the most dynamic skin treatments available today. It is the only procedure that provides both non-invasive exfoliation and delivery of skin-specific topical solutions, leaving patients with fresher-feeling and better-looking skin.
According to Dr. Burton, "SilkPeel is an effective treatment for people who suffer from all types of skin conditions, including acne, dryness, oily skin, and skin that has been overexposed to the sun."
The SilkPeel treatment is the perfect option for people who want a skin treatment that delivers immediate results, and won't create recovery downtime. The procedure only takes 30 minutes, and utilizes wet exfoliation to leave the skin silky smooth, hydrated, bright, and full of a youthful, healthy glow.
The SilkPeel treatment is performed with specialized treatment serums, formulated to address a variety of skin conditions. SilkPeel infuses these products deep into the skin where they are most effective.
The solution doesn't just sit on top of your skin like a lotion or cream would, instead the patented SilkPeel handpiece deeply delivers the vitamins, antioxidants and other therapeutic ingredients that the skin needs most. SilkPeels's dermal infusion technology optimizes the benefits of exfoliation and the effects of the serums without the often uncomfortable and painful effects that people experience with most peels.
The perfect treatment for skin that has been overexposed to the sun, SilkPeel is also used to hydrate tired feet or rejuvenate hands.
About Dr. Gary Burton
His plastic surgery training was done at Howard and Georgetown Universities in Washington, D.C., where he gained invaluable exposure to a variety of the latest surgical techniques. In 1998, after completing his formal surgery training, Dr. Burton opened his practice in metropolitan Washington, D.C. He has since expanded his practice to downtown Baltimore.
Dr. Burton is certified by the National Board of Examiners, the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He has served as Chief of Plastic Surgery at Doctors Community Hospital in Lanham, Maryland, since 1999 and is the immediate past president of the Prince George's Society of Healthcare Professionals.
Dr. Burton is a member of numerous medical societies and has served on various hospital committees to ensure the safety and well being of patients. As a result of diversified training and a student of an extensive formal surgical education, Dr. Burton has the knowledge and experience to address the needs of each of his patients. He is able to openly communicate with his patients to best understand their desires, motives and objectives. Dr. Burton takes the time to individualize surgical care for each of his patients.
For more information about Dr. Burton, visit www.garyburtonmd.com.
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