Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Skin Rejuvenation Clinic. In our last blog, we talked about some of the main reasons that skin health is important. We talked about how easily it will injure, disease and infection, and skin cancer. Inevitably, the health of your skin comes down to the foods you eat, using sun protection, using moisturizer, and avoiding serious injury that could cause permanent damage to your skin. Keep reading to learn more.


First-degree, second-degree, and third-degree burns are also a huge threat to your skin and overall well-being. First-degree burns result in reddening of the epidermis, or the outer layer of your skin. Second-degree burns affect everything down to the dermis or the lower layer of skin and can result in swelling and blistering. Third-degree burns are the most serious and go all the way through the dermis. Naturally, third-degree burns are of the most concern and can result in permanent damage to nerves and appearance. These burns need to be treated with skin grafting or synthetic skin and often require the use of antibiotics to ward off infections and IV fluid to compensate for the lost fluids when the burn happened.


Like we discussed before, your skin plays an important role in holding water inside the body. If you don’t drink enough water, your skin will be dehydrated and you’ll be losing hydration more quickly. Severe burns will also result in loss of hydration and are more likely to get infected as a result. The more hydrated you are and the more you hydrate your skin, the healthier it will be.


In a way, our skin is a reflection of our overall health. If you make poor choices like smoking, getting sunburned, or having a poor diet, all that will show on our skin. If you want to have clean, healthy looking skin, you have to take care of the rest of your body. As a result, your skin will protect you from disease, infection, dehydration, and burning.

There are nearly an endless amount of ways you can help your skin look better other than avoiding damage. Applying lotion regularly will keep your skin looking soft and smooth. However, if you’re looking for procedures that will enhance your skin’s appearance you should speak with a dermatologist first. Some procedures you may want to consider include cellulite reduction, acne scar treatment, sunspot removal, mole removal, and more.

Getting healthy looking skin is not difficult, it just takes attention to detail. Visiting a skin care clinic is a great way to discover what options are available to you.

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At Skin Rejuvenation Clinic, our highest priority is to provide you with skin that is both healthy and aesthetic. We don’t want you to have to worry about sunspots, wrinkles, or any other sign of unhealthy skin showing. If you have any questions about our services or you’re ready to get started, contact us today.