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The top non-invasive skin treatments for glowing skin

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A healthy diet, exercise, cutting out smoking, drinking less are some of the measures that people can take to help care of their skin.

With all the time we spend in the sun, our skin can start to show signs of aging sooner than we’d like. But the idea of an invasive treatment to fix skin problems is likely not the first choice for many people. Now more than ever, both men and women are learning to appreciate aging and are turning to more non-invasive treatments to keep their skin healthy and glowing.

A healthy diet, exercise, cutting out smoking, drinking less and adding powerful natural ingredients to their skincare routine are just some of the measures that people are starting to take more seriously to take better care of their skin.

But beyond these simple steps, there are also great non-invasive skin treatments that can do wonders for keeping your skin dewy, plump and glowing. Dr Lanzer, a cosmetic dermatological surgeon with over 25 years of experience, offers affordable skin treatments that don’t require an invasive procedure to see results.

Taking care of your skin should come from all areas of your life, including diet, exercise, stress and your skincare routine.

Skincare program

According to Dr Lanzer, prevention is always better than curing, so taking excellent care of your skin could help prevent common skin problems. At the Dr Lanzer Clinic, you can find effective skincare products from their skincare line D’Lumiere Esthétique to add to your skincare routine. The line includes an Antioxidant Serum (Vitamin C) to protect against UV-related damage and a Deep Purifying Cleanser, which contains only natural ingredients and is perfect for everyday use. But the star of the line is definitely the Day Defence Moisturiser SPF 15+. It provides a protective barrier to harmful UV rays while also hydrating and rejuvenating the skin.


Hydrafacial is a microdermabrasion treatment that involves a unique resurfacing technique to lift away the top layer of the skin. The procedure increases micro-circulation to encourage lymphatic drainage, oxygenation, and key skin nutrients into the deeper layers of the skin. Hydrafacial cleans the pores, stimulates blood flow and leaves the skin feeling much smoother. The procedure is pain-free and doesn’t require downtime. Not only does the Hydrafacial tackle problematic skin conditions, such as acne, congested pores, and dehydrated skin, it can also keep skin looking youthful as it encourages the production of collagen.


Ultherapy is a non-surgical, non-invasive rejuvenation procedure that uses ultrasound and the body’s natural healing process to lift, tone, and tighten skin. The Ulthera device uses radiofrequency ultrasound to stimulate the deep structural support layers of the skin, including those typically addressed in a surgical facelift, without disturbing the skin’s surface. The beauty of Ultherapy is that it is a 30 to 60-minute procedure that uses the body’s own subtle healing response that gently and gradually achieves youthful-looking skin. The treatment is non-invasive and can prevent some signs of the ageing process without making incisions. The best part is you typically only need one session to see results.

Taking care of your skin should come from all areas of your life, including diet, exercise, stress and your skincare routine. With these non-invasive skin care treatments, you can easily add an extra step to help support and maintain youthful, glowing skin. To learn more about other skincare treatments, visit Dr Lanzer.


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