Top Foods for a Radiant Complexion and How Laser Treatments Can Help

If your skin is dull, dry, broken out, wrinkled, or uneven, have you considered what you’ve been eating? There are specific foods that are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that can help promote a radiant complexion. This, unfortunately, won’t happen overnight, which is why nonsurgical laser treatments can also help!

Here’s some of the top five foods that can help promote healthy and radiant skin:

Flaxseed

Flaxseed and flaxseed oil contains a plant-based omega-3 fat that helps keep the skin moisturized and well-lubricated

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet potatoes contain beta carotene, which helps aid in protection of the skin against the sun.

Carrots

Carrots contain vitamin C, which promotes collagen that leads to firm, healthy skin and prevents it from aging quickly.

Salmon

Salmon is also a great choice because it contains omega-3 fatty acids, which helps prevent inflammation and wrinkles.

Yogurt

Protein is sometimes doubled in yogurt (but be careful, because yogurt brands can also be high in sugar!) which help keep the skin smooth and firm, preventing wrinkles.

If your skin has already had damage from the sun, acne, wrinkles, or just plain wear and tear, there are cosmetic laser treatments that can help–alongside eating well–promote radiant skin health. Many cosmetic laser treatments work to rid the top layer of fine skin that’s been collecting pollution, dirt, and old skin cells for months on end. Rejuvenating this layer with laser treatments promotes collagen within the skin for a firmer, healthier appearance.

One cosmetic laser treatment we recommend is the MicroLaserPeel, because it works to rid a number of skin problems including acne scars, pigment problems, sun damage, wrinkles, and dull, uneven skin. This is because the MicroLaserPeel used a combination of microdermabrasion for a deeper treatment as well as cosmetic laser to help fade imperfections. This is often referred to as a weekend treatment because it is a bit deeper than other nonsurgical laser treatments, and your face may be red or pink for 1-2 days.

Last year, there were over 13 million nonsurgical medical aesthetic treatments performed in the U.S. Because the cosmetic laser industry continues to boom, many medical professionals have sought out laser training, Botox injection training, and skin rejuvenation training from esthetic schools. National Laser Institute is the best place to receive medical aesthetic training. We are recognized as a gold standard of education and have earned many outstanding reviews.

Medical professionals will learn both in the classroom from experts in the industry as well as with clinical, hands-on training with scheduled clients. Attendees will learn on state-of-the-art laser equipment and learn the most advanced injectable techniques with Botox injection training courses. Laser and injectable courses range from a few days to two weeks, and medical professionals have the opportunity to earn CE/CME credits as well.

To learn more about laser training, Botox injection training, or National Laser Institute, please call 800.982.6817.

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