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SkinCeuticals launches Silymarin CF January 2021.

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SkinCeuticals launches Silymarin CF January 2021.

SkinCeuticals Silymarin CF antioxidant serum is unique, in that it is the first of its kind clinically-proven for use on oily and blemish-prone skin This latest innovation is the pioneering, next-generation Silymarin CF: its first ever vitamin C serum for oily, blemish-prone skin. As with C E Ferulic and Phloretin CF, this potent antioxidant is designed to reinforce the skin’s natural protection against free radical damage with a unique combination of active ingredients including 15% pure vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid), 0.5% ferulic acid, 0.5% salicylic acid and 0.5% silymarin.

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IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light

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IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light

  IPL  IPL, or Intense Pulsed Light, is a type of light therapy used to help treat discolouration in the skin, such as melasma, sun damage, age spots, thread veins, birthmarks and freckles, as well as acne and signs of ageing (think fine lines and wrinkles). IPL is also commonly used for hair removal.The Intense Pulsed Light is very often likened to a flash light in the the light scatters whereas laser is a beam of light. It works well as it gets right to the pigment, heating it up and breaking it down thanks to its multiple wavelengths of light that scatter within the skin. These multiple wavelengths are able to treat various issues at once.    

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Retinoids vs Bakuchiol. Is bakuchiol, a potential alternative to retinoids?

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Retinoids vs Bakuchiol. Is bakuchiol, a potential alternative to retinoids?

  Bakuchiol vs Retinoids -  Is bakuchiol,a potential alternative to retinoids? Bakuchiol is a natural antioxidant and anti-ageing ingredient found in the seeds and leaves of the plant Psoralea Corylifolia. This plant, also known as babchi, is native to and grows wild throughout India, where it plays a role in Ayurvedic medicine. Bakuchiol is a new molecule that has a similar effect on retinoid receptors, but having no structural resemblance to retinoids family, but is considered a functional analogue of retinol. 

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Acne-Rosacea

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Acne-Rosacea

Acne Rosacea -Rosacea is a complex skin condition , with inflammatory triggers, in which environmental factors can interfere negatively or positively in its evolution.   Our skin barrier can be disrupted due to many possible reasons. When it’s damaged the tight junctions between the skin cells are lost. This allows external irritants to get in our skin a lot easier and lead to more water leaving our skin, leading to a dry tight feeling. Damaged skin barrier is characterised by an easily irritated, dehydrated and flaky skin, red skin. Improving the skin barrier function can significantly reduce symptoms, plus reduce inflammation. Up to 30% of rosacea sufferers have a family history of the condition leading researchers to believe it involves as yet unidentified genes, and for some, this is an inherited condition.

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Free radicals & Antioxidants.

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Free radicals & Antioxidants.

What are free radicals?Natural chemical reactions in our cells produce unwanted by-products called reactive oxygen species (ROS) – better known as free radicals. These furiously ping about inside cells causing havoc, particularly a type of damage called oxidation. Seen an apple go brown? Smelt oil or nuts that have gone off? That’s oxidation. Unchecked, a disastrous chain reaction would occur in which cell’s most precious elements – their fat rich membranes, their proteins and DNA - would degrade and suffer irreparable harm.There’s also a whole other source of free radicals - the environment. The skin is bombarded by sunlight (UV, infrared, visible light), weather and pollution which trigger the production of free radicals.

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What can be done to slow the ageing process?

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What can be done to slow the ageing process?

We start losing collagen from the age of 20, starting the creation of lines and wrinkles. Healthy skin reflects overall health, and poor nutrition can contribute to factors that accelerate skin ageing.Environmental factors such as ultraviolet radiation, pollution, nutrition and stress, play a key role in the way we age. Research also suggests that a diet rich in sugar contributes to the loss of collagen in the tissues as the result of a process known as glycation, which can destroy collagen. Smoking kills vitamin C and in turn damages collagen. 

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Skin rejuvenation, healing and collagen synthesis

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Skin rejuvenation, healing and collagen synthesis

PEMF has been studied for decades and used for patients with cognitive disorders, bone injuries, osteoporosis, and healing wounds post-surgically. Most recently, it has been proven and used for aesthetic and wellbeing applications such as speeding up wounds, aiding in lymphatic drainage post-surgically, reducing bruising, healing acne lesions, and controlling rosacea. We utilise PEMF in our Radio Frequency treatments .Radio-Frequency (RF) energy is a form of electromagnetic energy ranging from 300MHz to 3kHz. Radio-frequency has been used surgically for over 50 years for coagulation. It became popular in cosmetic medicine around the year 2000 and since has grown to be the gold standard non-surgical solution in skin tightening and tissue rejuvenation.

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Custom Dose by SkinCeuticals at Nu Aesthetics SkinClinic

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Custom Dose by SkinCeuticals at Nu Aesthetics SkinClinic

CUSTOM D.O.S.E features active ingredients chosen for their proven ability to target the appearance of skin ageing issues, like wrinkles, fine lines, and discolouration. Each personalised corrective serum is the outcome of extensive research on more than 250 combinations of skin traits and concerns. Custom dose allows us to use a cocktail of fresh active ingredients to custom design a serum specific to your skincare

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The benefits of Hyaluronic acid serums for wrinkles and skin ageing.

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The benefits of Hyaluronic acid serums for wrinkles and skin ageing.

So why do we need to add it to our skin if its already produced by the body? Put simply, hyaluronic acid is a molecule with a short life cycle, so 30-50% of it degrades every 24 hours. We also see a natural decline in our natural hyaluronic acid levels as we age. This starts to decrease in our 20s, accelerating further as we reach our 40s. These two factors combined can contribute to signs of ageing including dryness, fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin texture, loss of firmness, and the appearance of loss of facial fullness. Adding hyaluronic acid topically with a serum can help to address these issues by topping up the natural hyaluronic acid that we have lost. HA Intensifier read more 

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SkinCeutical Glycolic Wash - Read what India Knight had to say about it on The Sunday Times Style Magazine on 10th May 2020.

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SkinCeutical Glycolic Wash - Read what India Knight had to say about it on The Sunday Times Style Magazine on 10th May 2020.

India Knight recommends that you try this product. "I have fallen in love with SkinCeuticals Glycolic Renewal Cleansing Gel. This great product gets rid of all the stuff clogging up your skin and quickly makes it look fresher and more even". @thestyle @skinceutical_uki Glycolic Renewal Cleanser and the Glycolic 10 Renew Overnight compliment each other to  help you achieve the “glow” that you desire for your skin.                                             

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Skincare at home.

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Skincare at home.

We are happy to arrange to have all your favourite SkinCare products delivered to you. If you cannot find what you want , you can call us. Order and pay on line  from our On line store on our website or over the phone. Some of our reception team are working from home.  There may be some delays in your delivery as the couriers are very busy. Please add your phone number and Eircode to your order . We have also added a detailed skin Consultation to the website to aid virtual consultations. Log on to our website to access. There is a charge of €50 for this consultation. If you require some simple advice - you can contact us via phone or  email, or you might like to use the contact us link on the website or Direct Message us . kind regards .  

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Why is daily sun protection so important?

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Why is daily sun protection so important?

Skin ageing is 93% sun damage.The sun damages our skin every day, all year round – even on the cloudiest of days. Sun and environmental damage are associated with 93% of skin ageing. Wearing daily sun protection is essential in maintaining your clients’ skin health and helping to prevent premature skin ageing. In fact, rather than sun protection we should think of it as daylight protection. That’s because while UVB is strongest in the Summer, UVA, visible light and infrared-A are present all year round.

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Antioxidants help to protect against Free Radical damage.

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Antioxidants help to protect against Free Radical damage.

Free radicals are unstable molecules that can cause damage to our cells. What makes them unstable is that they are missing electrons from their outer shell. This causes them to search for other atoms or molecules that have these electrons, in order for them to feel whole again and become stable. Due to their reactive nature, free radicals can wreak havoc on your skin and other cells in their quest to find an electron and feel whole again. In order to stabilise themselves, free radicals try to bond to other atoms or molecules. 

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