Serious Skin Care at Amavi Medspa in Bay Shore, NY
Nurture your skin to radiant health with top-of-the-line skin care by Environ®, a world leader in skin care. Environ’s results-driven*, research-based products are proven to help mitigate a wide range of concerns to reveal luminous, healthy-looking skin with diminished signs of aging and sun damage.
Environ’s products stand out due to their unique Vitamin A delivery system. This step-up line delivers Retin A/retinoic acid/retinol strength Vitamin A using a photo-protective formulation. Conventional retinoic acid sensitizes, rather than protects, from the sun. Additionally, graduated dosing prevents the redness/ flaking Vitamin A skin products can produce.
You still need your sunscreen, but these lovely products are safe and beneficial for year-round use.
To meet every type of skin concern at every age, we offer a comprehensive selection of products that target:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Oily, acne-prone skin
- Sun damage
- Uneven skin tone
- Rough texture
- Volume loss
- And much more
Establishing a skin care regimen at home can be essential for maintaining the health and beauty of your skin between treatments at Amavi Medspa. We can help you find the perfect Environ products for your skin so you can achieve optimal results* and get the most out of our skin care services.
For more information about our skin care products at Amavi Medspa in Suffolk County, NY, call us today at 631-665-3555 to schedule a personal consultation.
Amavi is proud to now offer EltaMD sunscreens – the nation’s leading physician-only sun care line. Formulated with transparent zinc oxide, these sunscreens are noncomedogenic, sensitivity-free, fragrance-free and paraben-free. All EltaMD sunscreens are recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation as effective broad-spectrum sunscreens.
Broad-spectrum sunscreenultraviolet (UV) sunscreens helps prevent sunburn, and if used as directed with other sun protection measures, decrease the risk of skin cancer and early skin aging caused by the sun. 95% of our sun exposure is UVA rays, which cause skin aging and contribute to skin cancer. UVA rays damage collagen and collagen-producing cells which leads loss of elasticity and wrinkling. Additionally, they cause cellular damage that lead to hyperpigmentation. UVB rays, which cause sunburn and tanning, increase the risk of skin cancer and other disorders. The risk for skin cancer doubles in people who have had five or more sunburns. Skin Cancer Foundation (Nov. 2010)