How to Spring Clean Your Skin

Skin Care Aesthetics | Kristin J. Tarbet, MD | Bellevue WA Spring cleaning isn’t just about going through your pantry and medicine cabinet to clean out stuff that you haven’t used in who knows how long. Spring cleaning is all about getting rid of dead skin that has built up during the winter to relieve smoother, healthier skin. Here at Dr. Kristin Tarbet’s office, we have a few ways that you can get your skin looking as healthy as ever this spring.

Chemical Peels

Chemical peels work at targeting the top few layers of your skin. Once these layers of skin have sloughed off, newer, healthier, more collagen filled skin takes its place— leaving you with great results in the process. Depending on the strength of chemical Dr. Kristin Tarbet decides is best for your skin will help her determine how many chemical peels you will need.

Oxygen Facial

Oxygen isn’t just good for you lungs; it’s good for all parts of your body— including your skin. After a long, dry, cold winter, your skin needs as much oxygen and love as it can get. During your oxygen facial, your skin will feel immediately more hydrated, volumized, and smoother.


Collagen induction therapy or microneedling is designed to help your skin naturally produce more collagen to make it smoother and plumper. During your microneedling session, Dr. Kristin Tarbet or another one of our doctors will use a tool to make hundreds of tiny punctures into the skin. The idea behind microneedling is that once the skin has been punctured, it will trigger its natural healing process which speeds up the production of collagen.

Schedule a Consultation

These are just a few of the skincare solutions we can use to help you spring clean your complexion. If you want to learn more about how we can take better care of your skin, schedule a consultation with Dr. Kristin Tarbet today at our Bellevue office: 425-455-2131.

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