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Protect your skin from Pollution.

Latest News – April 06, 2024

Protect your skin from Pollution.

It’s not just UV light from the sun that wreaks havoc on our complexion; environmental damage is also a cause of dull, rough, blotchy, discoloured, and older-looking skin. Daily exposure to various forms of pollution accelerates signs of ageing.Air pollution is a collective term for all gases or particles that are released by human activity. This includes exhaust fumes from cars, production processes, petroleum and other chemical refineries and cigarette smoke.

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JetPeel Skin Treatment.

Latest News – April 01, 2024

JetPeel Skin Treatment.

  The JetPeel jet pressure energy device generates pressurised air, which is accelerated in order to manipulate liquid into fine misty jet streams. These jet streams, travelling at a speed of over 200 m/s, are applied to the skin surface with the patented JetPeel handpiece, a wand-like instrument available in a range of sizes and configurations for specific treatments and conditions. As it travels over the skin, the handpiece generates continuous fine liquid jet streams that provide a lymphatic massage followed by exfoliation of the epidermal layer, and then gently stretch the skin surface for the infusion of specially suited liquid solutions.       

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Clinisept skin care .

Latest News – September 17, 2023

Clinisept skin care .

 The active ingredient in Clinisept+ is sodium hypochlorite. A patent pending chemical process is used to trigger a chemical reaction which converts the hypochlorite into an ultra-pure, stabilised hypochlorous solution. In fact, Clinisept+ has been proven to contain more than 90% pure hypochlorous – far exceeding the purity of any competitor product claiming to contain hypochlorous. Hypochlorous is the same chemistry that powers the human immune system. It is produced by the white blood cells in the body to combat infection and is widely acknowledged as the most effective disinfection agent known, owing to its ability to kill bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores.    

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RETINOL VS RETINOID: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

Latest News – May 22, 2023

RETINOL VS RETINOID: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?

Retinol and retinoids are both derivatives of vitamin A – the clinically proven star ingredient revered for the way it accelerate cellular turnover and tackles ageing signs, acne and discolouration.  Retinoid is a term used to describe any product that derives from vitamin A, while retinol is one, of many, types of retinoid. Other types of retinoid are retinoic acid or retinol palmitate so if you see these labelled on an ingredients label, they all work towards the same goal: brighter, smoother skin. Retinoids is a term to describe all Vitamin A derivatives. Retinol is available as an over the counter preparation and retinoids are prescription items only. 

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DMK ENZYME THERAPY – The Foundation Of Healthy Skin.

Latest News – April 09, 2023

DMK ENZYME THERAPY – The Foundation Of Healthy Skin.

DMK is the ONLY company in the world to utilise the beneficial effects of transfer messenger enzymes to restore homeostasis in the skin cellsImitating Nature For Natural Results.DMK’s revolutionary skincare system works with the structure and function of the skin – not just the surface. DMK’s formulations are designed to work with the skin using natural product ingredients that emulate the skin’s own chemistry.Through a unique combination of state-of-the-art botanical science, innovative technology and the art of mimicking what the skin does naturally, DMK has created the most advanced skincare system in the world.

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Treating your neck!

Latest News – July 17, 2022

Treating your neck!

Protect the skin on your neck! Use SPF daily . Avoid sunburn and excessive sun exposure.  Moisturise your neck skin and décolletage, drink plenty of water, eat a healthy diet filled with antioxidants and vitamins. Treatments .    Profhilo is an injectable hyaluronic acid treatment for skin laxity on the face, neck, or hands, offering intense hydration and tighter, more luminous skin. Some call it the injectable skin glow! This anti-ageing treatment contains higher concentrations of hyaluronic acid than dermal fillers, with 64mg of HA per injection. Unlike a dermal filler treatment, Profhilo does not give volume, it instead provides a slow release of hyaluronic acid below the skin surface to hydrate and rejuvenate.   This “super skin booster” not only hydrates your skin from the inside out, getting rid of any crepey-ness, it increases your collagen and elastin production like nothing else I know, actually remodelling your skin, making it look far firmer. Profhilo has the following unique abilities: It stimulates your body to produce 4 types of collagen (good collagen, not scar collagen) It enhances stem cell reproduction meaning your skin rejuvenates It restores both skin and fat layers to their natural state (it doesn’t enhance them, so do not worry, you won’t look puffed up!) It can treat the face, neck, lip lines, arms, decolletage, hands and tummies.    SkinCeuticals Tripeptide-R Retinol. A daily retinol cream specifically formulated exclusively for the neck, SkinCeuticals Tripeptide-R Retinol Neck Repair Cream improves the appearance of wrinkles, loss of firmness, uneven skin tone and crepiness.

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Trans epidermal Water Loss – What is it and How to Stop It

Latest News – October 17, 2021

Trans epidermal Water Loss – What is it and How to Stop It

If you are struggling with dehydrated or dry skin, one of the causes may be trans epidermal water loss (TEWL). You're losing water and moisture from your skin. TEWL can lead to a variety of dry skin conditions — including severe dehydration — but there are ways that you can keep your skin hydrated or prevent dryness from occurring in the first place. What Is Trans epidermal Water Loss? To understand TEWL, let's revisit the layers of our skin. Our skin is made up of three primary layers, the outermost being the epidermis (aka what you look at in the mirror). The dermis is the middle layer, and the hypodermis is the innermost layer. TEWL occurs when water passes from the dermis through the epidermis and evaporates through the skin barrier.

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Radio Frequency - an excellent skin treatment.

Latest News – September 16, 2021

Radio Frequency - an excellent skin treatment.

Radiofrequency    No one is immune to the ageing process. There are lots of effective treatments and products that help to delay the ageing process.  One of the most effective skin treatments on the market is Radiofrequency. This non invasive cosmetic treatment smooths wrinkles and boosts collagen. It is particularly effective when it comes to extra delicate skin, such as the area around the eyes.  It provides immediate and long term results. Reduces wrinkles  Stimulates collagen. Softens fine lines especially around the eyes, nose and mouth. Increases dermal volume. Visible lifts skin.  Promotes fat reduction.  One of the most effective non-invasive antiageing treatments. 

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Moisturisers, What are they?

Latest News – August 20, 2021

Moisturisers, What are they?

  Moisturiser is simply a generic term that encompasses an extensive array of topical creams, gels, lotions, emulsions, and ointments. These formulas may contain humectants, occlusives or emollients in their combination of ingredients.To choose the best moisturiser for your skin, it’s important to understand the difference between the different ingredients etc. Why It’s Important to Moisturise Your Skin.The difference between emollients, humectants and occlusives really depends on the benefits required. Moisturisers make dry, tight skin feel better and plump up the surface skin cells to enhance the texture and glow of the skin. They hydrate the outer surface of the skin and help resolve dryness, flakiness, redness, and itchiness.    

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Glycolic acid - The Glow Getter.

Latest News – August 20, 2021

Glycolic acid - The Glow Getter.

Glycolic acid — you’ve probably seen it on the back of multiple skin-care cleansers, serums, and gels you have in your collection. We can’t seem to escape the ingredient, and there’s a good reason why, glycolic acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) and works as a mild exfoliant. It’s a small molecule, and this is important because it helps it to penetrate deeper into the skin and work more effectively. Like other acids, it works to brighten the skin’s appearance by removing dead skin layers that live on top. While all skin types can use glycolic acid, it may work best on oily and acne-prone skin. It’s harder to tolerate when you have dry or sensitive skin. If that sounds like you, stick to products that contain it in lower percentages or reduce the frequency with which you use it. On the flip side, glycolic acid is highly effective for evening out your skin tone and altering discoloration, which is why those with acne-prone skin generally respond well to it.

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Retinoids remain the Gold Standard for fighting acne and wrinkles.

Latest News – July 25, 2021

Retinoids remain the Gold Standard for fighting acne and wrinkles.

Although they’ve been around for decades, the vitamin A derivatives known as retinoids remain the gold standard for treating acne and wrinkles, with the skin-care and pharmaceutical industries continuing to develop and manufacture new products featuring them. Retinoids — including the most commonly known, retinol — are found in both prescription medications and over-the-counter formulations in a variety of strengths and product types.But despite their longevity and proven results, these compounds retain the potential for undesirable side effects, such as peeling skin and sun sensitivity. It’s important, therefore, to understand the various types of retinoids and the safest ways to incorporate them into a skin-care regimen.

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SUNEKOS

Latest News – August 01, 2021

SUNEKOS

  SUNEKOSWhat is Sunekos?Sunekos is a new novel injectable treatment used to treat superficial lines and wrinkles. It can be used all over the face, neck, decolletage and backs of hands Sunekos can be used in the delicate under eye area and above the lip (smokers’ lines).Traditional hyaluronic acid filler when injected in these areas on the face, can look quite puffy and unnatural.Sunekos consists of a patented formulate of hyaluronic acid combined with amino acids that stimulate collagen and elastin production causing skin hydration and skin tightening.

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Profhilo -

Latest News – July 31, 2021

Profhilo -

Profhilo is a revolutionary new non-surgical skin laxity treatment to address facial lines and wrinkle, but also skin laxity, improving tone, texture and hydration. The treatment is aimed at patients who have visible signs of ageing skin. For Profilo to be effective for some you may need to have a course of three treatments. If you are under 45 with good skin elasticity, two treatments of Profilo may be sufficent. As we age, our skin produces less collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are the building blocks which make up plumped up healthy skin. Profhilo uses advanced patented technologies to help remodel the skin. It is made of Acid (HA).It is a surface hydrator

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SUNEKOS – HYALURONIC ACID AND AMINO ACIDS FOR THE SKIN SUNEKOS 200

Latest News – July 25, 2021

SUNEKOS – HYALURONIC ACID AND AMINO ACIDS FOR THE SKIN SUNEKOS 200

Winner of the Safety in Beauty Innovation and Pioneering award 2019, SuneKos is a non-surgical treatment comprising of a unique combination of hyaluronic acid and amino acids which triggers a skin regeneration process called dermal biogenesis.Whilst deeply hydrating and plumping the skin, clinical trials have shown that the Hyaluronic Acid (HA) can activate bio-revitalisation from within your skin which results in plumper, smoother, firmer, more youthful-looking skin. SuneKos combines this HA with a special combination of amino acids which directly stimulates the Extra Cellular Matrix (ECM) fibroblasts which in turn rebuilds the living layer of your skin, called the dermis. This is a medical treatment - Call reception for  further details. 012300255

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Sleep and skin health.

Latest News – July 25, 2021

Sleep and skin health.

Good quality, restorative sleep is also crucial for the nightly cellular repair, regeneration and immune function. Every night, we go through repeated cycles of two distinctly different sleep phases: Rapid Eye Movement (REM, when the most active dreaming happens) and non-REM sleep (NREM, the deeper sleep). During NREM, blood flow is directed from our brain and body core, more towards the body’s periphery including the skin. Thus, a restorative hormone flow is established, and cellular repair is enhanced.Sleep deprivation on the other hand is known to contribute to systemic inflammation, even after a short period of only a couple of weeks, as research has shown. In fact, sleep deprivation is thought to increase all sorts of age-related processes as well as chronic health problems.

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