To enhance your treatment results or if you simply want an effective at-home skincare routine, we can also provide advice on creating a personalised skincare regime, so there is no need to go to High Street department stores for your skincare products any more. Most High Street cosmetic products are simply ineffective due to a lack of active ingredients in appropriate concentrations.
Cosmeceutical skincare products are only available from trained skincare professionals, dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons and selected salons and clinics.
Before we recommend any products, individual skin analyses are performed to provide a customised at-home skin care regimen promoting healthy, beautiful skin.
– Using our Analysis Machine we can look for dehydration, lipid dryness, oilyness, pigmentation, build up of dead skin cells & healthy skin. Pictures can be taken on your phone to review before and after using our Cosmeutical products
Why Use Cosmeceutical Skincare Products?
If you want to go beyond pampering and really see a difference in the appearance of your skin then Cosmeceuticals are the way forward. Cosmeceuticals are skin treatments with biologically active ingredients that give visible results and provide added benefits that go far beyond other types of skincare products. The word “cosmeceutical” entered the general vocabulary in the 1990’s. Derived from a combination of the words “cosmetics” and “pharmaceuticals”, the word describes a non-prescription product for cosmetic use containing high grade ingredients which can produce dramatic results. These professional grade products have been scientifically researched and tested to ensure that they actually have an effect on the skin. A far step from the cleanse, tone and moisturise regimes of the past, they are about addressing skin concerns at a deeper level and protecting your skin from external forces, such as the sun and pollution which cause premature ageing. High Street cosmetics selling anti-ageing products containing antioxidants, peptides and retinol don’t contain high enough percentages of these ingredients to make any real difference to the skin. They are also often full of chemicals which irritate the skin.
Cosmeceutical products have the ability to penetrate the epidermis or top layer of skin to hit
the dermis or lower layer of skin. This is where collagen, elastin and pigmentation lay as well as where our new skin cells are produced.
Since the loss of collagen and elastin in the dermis is what ages us, we need to use products
that can penetrate to that level whereas general cosmetics only stay on the very top surface of the skin.
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