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Getting the best out of your manicure & pedicure appointment.

Latest News – June 13, 2023

Getting the best out of your manicure & pedicure appointment.

    If you are looking for a quick nail treatment to keep your nails in shape, you can book a time for a File & Polish or Express Manicure. For those looking for a little more, we have more standard options available such as the Serenity Spa Signature Manicure for the ultimate nail care as well as the Deluxe Manicure or Deluxe Pedicure. We also have a line of Bio Sculpture nail treatment options to help you maintain healthy natural nails. We have a number of Shellac and Gel nails options which you can keep maintained by visiting us every few weeks for best results.Our treatments come in a variety of treatment lengths at various price points giving everyone the option to find a nail treatment that suits their tastes and needs. Book your appointment well in advance via reception on 012300255 / 012300244 or on line via  https://www.nualawoulfe.ie/pages/serenity-day-spa To ensure you can enjoy your experience, we recommend you arrive giving yourself time to find parking.  We ask that you arrive at the Spa 10 minutes before your appointment time to allow you time to check in and pick the colours you would like to use .  if you are wearing a dark coloured nail polish, you might like to remove it prior to your shower on the day of your appointment to ensure the pigment is thoroughly removed prior to your new polish application.

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

Latest News – January 14, 2021

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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What can be done to slow the ageing process?

Latest News – January 02, 2021

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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Skinade - Better skin from within

Latest News – March 17, 2020

Skinade - Better skin from within

Skinade is a multi-award winning, anti-ageing collagen drink, made from marine collagen peptides sourced from the skin of fresh-water fish, and crafted to boost your body’s natural production of collagen and hyaluronic acid. It’s liquid form (vs tablet) allows for better absorption of essential micronutrients scientifically designed to re-build your skin’s collagen matrix. It reduces oxidative stress in your skin, increased hydration and natural hyaluronic acid products. Skin’s tone, texture, hydration, suppleness, and overall appearance is improved within thirty days

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