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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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An important note from us to you.

Latest News – March 15, 2020

An important note from us to you.

We are mindful of the current situation regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus and understand that as you go about your daily routine, you may have concerns about being exposed to the virus. We want to provide confidence that you are able to enjoy our services in a safe environment.We are following the advice of the World Health Organisation and HSE and are reviewing the situation regularly. With that in mind we wish to give you an insight into the daily steps we always take to maintain our strict hygiene protocols.

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Is technology ageing your skin ?

Latest News – February 02, 2020

Is technology ageing your skin ?

Technology can damage your skin.Blue light, also known as HEV (High Energy Visible Light) is naturally emitted from the sun, it is also produced from our digital devices, phones, computers, etc. Like UVA and UVB light, blue light can contribute to premature skin ageing, and, studies show that adults are spending a significant amount of time using digital devices. Blue light is not only affecting our skin, but it’s also having a negative impact on our sleep. By disrupting our natural circadian rhythm; Blue light in the form of daylight wakes us in the morning but being exposed to a significant amount of blue light before bed can make it harder to get to sleep as the blue light at night keeps you more alert.  

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Slimming anti cellulite treatments .

Latest News – December 01, 2019

Slimming anti cellulite treatments .

  Endermologie is an FDA-approved, non-invasive full body treatment that is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of cellulite. Endermologie improves skin tone and results in inch loss. If you’re looking into cellulite reduction here in Dublin, you’ve found the right place: Hips and legs will feel firmer and clothing will have a looser fit. Skin condition, particularly in treated areas, will be improved. Body contour will change where treatment was applied.

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T’is the Season for Glistening Skin

Latest News – December 01, 2019

T’is the Season for Glistening Skin

IPL Photo Facial. Also known as  Photo Rejuvenation?  The Photo Rejuvenation procedure, also known as a Photo Facial, is a series of intense light pulses (IPL) that are absorbed by abnormally enlarged vessels or pigmentation as they make way through the skin’s surface. The heat of the light pulses weakens the enlarged vessels or lesions which triggers normal healing progression. Lesions can form and will darken before being absorbed by the body or flaking off. This process causes no damage to the skin.   The Photo Rejuvenation Treatment The area to be treated is prepared by cleansing and applying a water-based gel. We will always patch test you in the area of treatment first to assure that your skin is ok with the treatment.  We cool the area first using a cool handpiece. The pulses of light (IPL) are then distributed to the treatment area varying from 15 to 45 minutes. At the completion of the photo facial procedure, the gel is removed from the skin and purified.  We cool the area of treatment as we go. A cool compress may be applied to the area after the photo facial to sooth sensitive skin. Daily activities can be resumed immediately following a Photo Facial Procedure, with a few pieces of advice.   Frequency of the Treatment  The number of treatments required varies from patient to patient. Significant improvements may be seen after 2 to 3 treatments; however, 5 treatments are normally recommended for best possible results. Clients achieve a high level of satisfaction following photo facial procedure recommendations seeing from 70% to 90 % improvement toward more even toned, smoother skin.   Are there side effects from a Photo Rejuvenation Procedure?  Although side effects are rare it is IMPORTANT  that prior to a photo facial, exposure to the sun be AVOIDED FOR AT LEAST FOUR weeks before and after treatment. Treatment can affect capillaries making them more visible, pigmentation may appear darker and the skin may look flushed. These side effects would be visible directly following treatment. Temporary swelling and/or blistering may occur but is very rare.  Who should consider the Photo Rejuvenation procedure?  If you are suffering from: Rosacea, Flushing, Age spots, Sun damaged skin, Photo Ageing, Mild acne scars, Large Pores, Dark Circles around the eyes and Fine lines.  Photo Facials leads to restoration of even-toned, smoother looking skin.  Photo Rejuvenation and Rosacea?  Rosacea is a skin condition which causes redness and flushing of the skin.  Common causes of rosacea include: Exposure to the sun, Alcohol consumption, Ageing, Stress and Medication  The Photo Rejuvenation Procedure reduces the flushed appearance of the skin which minimises the necessity for antibiotics and other treatments for redness. For best results a combination of topical skincare and the IPL work best. The IPL stimulates collagen which in time strengthen the skin keeping the redness away from the surface of the skin.  Our photo rejuvenation procedure, also known as a Photo Facial, is a series of intense light pulses that stimulate collagen production and improves the appearance of skin imperfections. Call us NU Aesthetics on 012300244 today for more information.

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Skin Ageing - the causes .How the Environment Ages Your Skin?

Latest News – August 12, 2019

Skin Ageing - the causes .How the Environment Ages Your Skin?

Aging is inevitable. As we get older, our bodies’ natural ageing processes kick in, causing the skin to sag and fine lines and wrinkles to set in. It’s a fact of life. But, did you know that time only accounts for 10% of skin changes? The remaining 90% is caused by external influences that accelerate the ageing process. Read on to learn about three sources of environmental ageing and how you can protect your skin from damage.

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Venus Viva - Microneedling combined with Radiofrequency.

Latest News – July 08, 2019

Venus Viva - Microneedling combined with Radiofrequency.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph98TiVwe74   This is an FDA approved, fully customisable solution for facial remodelling and resurfacing. It delivers energy through the epidermis to the dermis stimulating fibroblasts and rebuilding collagen. This results in tighter skin, improved texture, reduced scarring and more.Improves the appearance of textural skin conditions such as acne scars and other scars, rosacea, uneven skin texture, enlarged pores and pigmentation. High energy density is distributed through a small footprint per pin leaving sufficient intact issue in between for faster wound healing, uniform post-treatment tissue appearance, and lower down time than other devices. Micro needling helps you have flawless skin! This is the treatment of choice for refining the skin’s texture.The treatment uses micro needles to stimulate the skin to produce new collagen and elastin. The skin’s texture is improved, while also preserving its structure.   What micro needling targets sagging skin in the neck and chest deep lines and wrinkles  large pores uneven skin tone acne scars stretch marks What happens during the treatment?  A topical anaesthetic cream is applied 40 minutes before the session. The treatment is painless and takes only fifteen minutes. The practitioner can determine the intensity and duration of the needling based on the desired results. How does it work? Radiofrequency micro needling significantly repairs the skin’s tissue and is effective after the first treatment. During stimulation, the radiofrequency waves emitted along the skin’s surface circulate between the micro needles. The results The skin is smooth, firm and even. Micro needling is an unparalleled method to repair the skin! Home care. Skin may be red and sensitive for 48 hours after treatment. It is recommended to avoid all types of heat: the sun, UV rays, exercise, saunas and pools. Do not apply skin care products or make-up during this time. Avoid using retinols, and glycolics for a week prior to and after treatment. https://www.nualawoulfe.ie/pages/skin-resurfacing 

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How to take care of your skin to retain a youthful appearance.

Latest News – July 08, 2019

How to take care of your skin to retain a youthful appearance.

The ageing process is of course inevitable but there are several steps you can take to slow it down and continue to look your best. There is a whole lot of treatments available, many of which focus on definitive parts of the face and body, so you can focus on the areas that you want to enhance. The great thing about aesthetic treatments is that they enhance your natural beauty; they make you look younger and less tired, without taking away what makes you, you. Injectables. When it comes down to injectables, the focus now is to refresh rather than over inflate, using strategic placement of product to create a natural, well-rested look. There can be no ‘one size fits all’ approach and a holistic, personalised anti-ageing strategy is required to truly have a benefit.   Skincare.   To have maximum benefit when it comes to anti-ageing, we recommend that aesthetic treatments are incorporated into a lifestyle which has both health and well being.When my clients visit me concerned about skin ageing, one of the first things that I discuss in-depth with them is their skin routine and the quality of their skin . There are several things you should be doing to make sure that your skin is well looked after and that ageing is kept at bay.When makeup is removed, the skin is  ready to absorb product. After a long day, your skin desperately wants to rid itself of product and  pore blocking pollution. Sun protection. There is also no such thing as a safe tan. When cells are exposed to UV light, more melanin is produced. This is the pigment that colours your skin, which is why you tan. The production of melanin is a sign that damage has already been done and your skin has been injured by UV exposure.If you like to spend a lot of time in the sun, make sure that you apply sunscreen every two hours and again after returning from the pool. 90% + of skin damage is caused by UV exposure and the best way to avoid this is to apply a good quality broad-spectrum SPF daily.   https://www.nualawoulfe.ie/collections/skinceuticals  Moisturisers. Although moisturisers may appear to provide instant softening and plumping, what most of them are doing is sitting on the surface of the skin acting as a barrier. Instead of providing deep hydration our creams are making our skin lazy, causing it to switch off its natural moisture production. Natural hydration ultimately must come from within the body and cannot in fact be reversed by applying moisturiser on the skin’s surface. What most people really need is a good exfoliator, hyaluronic, retinol, a healthy diet rich in fruit, vegetables and nuts and plenty of water. https://www.nualawoulfe.ie/collections/skinceuticals Smoking & alcohol. Smoking damages your skin, it kills your vitamin C which in turn depletes collagen levels. It also discolours the skin Smoking can speed up the normal aging process of your skin, contributing to wrinkles. These skin changes may occur after only 10 years of smoking. The more cigarettes you smoke and the longer you smoke, the more skin wrinkling you're likely to have. Alcohol dehydrates the skin Alcohol also depletes our body of vitamin A, which plays an important role in keeping our skin firm and youthful. Alcohol can cause premature ageing to our eyes   This, alongside a personalised in clinic treatments can have a positive impact when it comes to helping you  look more youthful for longer. https://www.nualawoulfe.ie/pages/bookings  

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A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges.

Latest News – July 08, 2019

A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges.

A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges. Researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical Research interviewed more than 2,000 Australian adults aged over 50 and followed them over a 15-year period.The research showed that people who ate at least one serving of oranges every day had more than a 60% reduced risk of developing late macular degeneration 15 years later. Lead Researcher Associate Professor Bamini Gopinath from the University of Sydney said the data showed that flavonoids in oranges appear to help prevent against the eye disease. "Essentially we found that people who eat at least one serve of orange every day have a reduced risk of developing macular degeneration compared with people who never eat oranges," she said. "Even eating an orange once a week seems to offer significant benefits. "The data shows that flavonoids found in oranges appear to help protect against the disease." Associate Professor Gopinath said that until now most research has focused on the effects of common nutrients such as vitamins C, E and A on the eyes. "Our research is different because we focused on the relationship between flavonoids and macular degeneration. "Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants found in almost all fruits and vegetables, and they have important anti-inflammatory benefits for the immune system. "We examined common foods that contain flavonoids such as tea, apples, red wine and oranges. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5808339/

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