Can you perform aesthetic medicine in the summer?

You can – and quite a lot. It is certainly not advisable to take longer breaks and give up aesthetic medicine treatments. These treatments should be included in the care routine and used as a prophylactic, in order to prevent aesthetic problems. Of course, some aesthetic medicine treatments performed in the period of high sunlight can lead to complications, such as an increased risk of burns, skin irritation and discoloration if the doctor’s recommendations are not followed.

What treatments are allowed during the summer? Moisturizing, nourishing and regenerating

Those that moisturize, nourish, regenerate and revitalize the skin – that is, treatments with hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals and other active substances. You can perform treatments using botulinum toxin – used in the removal of wrinkles and treatment of excessive sweating of hands, armpits and feet as well as procedures for correction of wrinkles with hyaluronic acid, facial volumetric fillers or lip augmentation with hyaluronic acid. Skin during the summer, requires special protection and care, and thanks to treatments with hyaluronic acid, for example mesotherapy, the condition of the skin can be effectively improved. This type of treatment is worth doing both before going on vacation and just after returning, for skin after sunny exposure, so as to restore proper hydration, and thus its firmness and smoothness.

Which aesthetic medicine treatments are inadvisable in the summer?

In the summer you should not perform chemical peels and any laser treatments, as well as exfoliating treatments – with fractional laser or strong medical peels. The skin can then easily be burned by the sun. There may also be discolorations, as the main complications after anesthetic treatments performed in the summer. We also avoid laser closing of blood vessels, lightening discolorations and laser photodepilation.