Are Your Knees Set For Summer?

Short shorts, skirts and summer dresses all mean one thing: exposed knees. And while many of us worry about cellulite, a pair of scaly, bumpy, discolored knees is far more visible than our backsides as the weather gets warmer.

Microdermabrasion isn't just for your face. You can visit your dermatologist for microdermabrasion to soften and smooth your knees. A single treatment will bring improvement; but do it once a week, and within a few weeks you'll see a major difference in texture and appearance.

Don't forget to regularly apply a rich, glycolic-based body lotion and to spot treat knees with a rich moisturizer at night. Elbows can be as knotty as your knees, so treat them with the same care.

Keep up this in-office and at-home regimen, and you'll be proudly baring smooth skin all summer.