28Jun

What Would You Change About Your Skin?

Recent research has shown women consider their skins to be dehydrated and feel this affects their confidence. They feel their skin is very important and would love to change any unwanted, imbalanced conditions.  Yet they are not sure how to change these conditions as they do not truly understand how their skin functions. What would you change about your skin? Dehydrated Conditions of the Skin. Almost […]

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24May

Adding Moisture and Protecting Your Skin

Adding Moisture to the Skin As we age the skin produces less sebum and as you know sebum helps to waterproof your skin and keep it feeling hydrated.  Using aggressive products and having aggressive treatments will also slow down sebum production and make the problem worse. Add Moisture Our best tips are to simply use a biomimetic cream. So, what ingredients are most effective in these light […]

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17May

How Much Do You Know About Your Skin

  Your Skin is the largest organ of your body.  It is also waterproof; no water can enter into the skin from the outside. The Functions of Your skin Sustains vital systems, by processing nutrients within the body i.e. vitamin D. Regulates body temperature via sweat Detects pain, sensation, vibration and pressure Provides an external waterproof barrier to prevent pathogens from entering the body Provides a […]

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29Mar

Milia

Milia Those unsightly small white bumps that appear usually on the cheeks as you age. They are keratin filled cyst that occur when dead old skin becomes trapped under the surface. They aren’t pimples, and don’t look too bad but they are downright annoying, especially when you want to have smooth skin. Have you seen small white bumps on a babies face, that’s Milia.  They […]

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28Feb

Understanding Your Skin

Your skin and its functions. It is a living coat, multi-talented, Responsible for many functions like protection, sensation, shields your body from the environment and is in direct contact and constant interaction with the environment. The skin should be smooth and supple.  This is achieved with a thin film of hydro-lipids in the stratum corneum. This film consists mainly of sebum which is secreted by […]

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28Feb

Skin Specific Microcurrents

Introduction to Skin Specific Micro currents   Skin specific micro currents used to affect different aspects of the skin. First I will explain about the specific structures of the skin these currents work on. Collagen acts as the scaffolding of skin, and over time (and age) the scaffolding collapses.  Conditions such as acne scarring also disrupt the ordered dermal scaffolding of collagen in the skin. Low levels […]

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