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The silly season is upon us and festivities are in full swing. Not only are we exposed to the summer sun, but also the celebratory lifestyle with Christmas party after Christmas party and the annual New Year’s salute. It’s no secret that over summer, we eat more, we drink more, and we sleep a little less, and it always shows in our skin.

It’s impossible to avoid silly season skin entirely, but you can make a few small changes to lessen the intensity of it. Doubling your water intake is a sure-fire way to flush out any lingering toxins, and wearing SPF50+ sunscreen is an absolute must – no matter what time of year. A monthly facial is also a good idea if you plan on celebrating liberally throughout the silly season, and a good skin care regime will ensure a bright complexion in between all that party makeup.

For the best silly season skin, Evolve’s individualised treatment plans will suit every patient based on their personal goals. I find Dermafrac to be the best treatment for my own skin, but whatever your skin concerns, Evolve’s highly trained doctors, nurses and dermal therapists will develop a tailored treatment plan for your own needs, and you’ll be swanning through summer with a natural confidence that only good skin gives. Evolve provides the highest quality cosmetic medical treatments in a comfortable and discrete environment, using only cruelty-free Australian products, and in a central Melbourne city location too, which is perfect for the busy working woman.

Beat silly season skin this year and book a pre-Christmas treatment at evolveacm.com.au.

The Fashion Advocate x

Evolve Cosmetic Medicine Melbourne beauty salon treatment clinic The Fashion Advocate Melbourne blogger Well Made Clothes

Evolve Cosmetic Medicine Melbourne beauty salon treatment clinic The Fashion Advocate Melbourne blogger Well Made Clothes

Evolve Cosmetic Medicine Melbourne beauty salon treatment clinic The Fashion Advocate Melbourne blogger Well Made Clothes

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