Benefits of Phytochemicals

Benefits of Phytochemicals

February 04, 2022 3 min read

Phytochemicals are compounds that are produced by plants ("Phyto" means "plant"). They are found in fruits, vegetables, grains, beans, and other plants. Some of these phytochemicals are believed to protect cells from damage that could lead to cancer.
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Protect Your Heart, Brain and Life with Sulforaphane

Protect Your Heart, Brain and Life with Sulforaphane

January 30, 2022 1 min read

Sulforaphane is a powerful phytochemical that’s created when a cruciferous plant’s myrosinase and glucoraphanin compounds combine, through chewing, chopping, cutting, etc. The resulting sulforaphane tamps down the body’s production of free radicals, helping to block a number of the enzymes that can activate cancer cells. In addition to being full of fiber and rich in sulforaphane, cruciferous veggies are brain and heart-protective and are associated with a reduced risk of colon  and rectal cancer. They’re also credited with helping to protect against prostatic, endometrial and ovarian cancers – so when they’re referred to as superfoods, it’s no joke.
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Treat yourself.

Treat yourself.

January 08, 2022 1 min read

Treat yourself. We follow very strict safety guidelines & protocols to assure your safety & that of our staff . 

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Wishing you and your family a very happy, healthy New Year . 2022 .

Wishing you and your family a very happy, healthy New Year . 2022 .

December 31, 2021 1 min read

We would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your family a very happy new year . 

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Dehydrated Skin and how to treat it.

Dehydrated Skin and how to treat it.

November 06, 2021 2 min read

Dehydrated skin is a common skin concern. Dehydrated skin occurs when the skin lacks moisture in the surface layer which is the epidermis. For our skin to function optimally, it needs adequate water content and without it, dead skin cells won’t exfoliate smoothly, leaving skin feeling dry and rough.

It’s important to know the difference between dry skin and dehydrated skin as the terms are often incorrectly used interchangeably, which makes it difficult to treat. Dry skin is a permanent state and is often referred to as a “skin type”. It results due to the lack of water and lipids - oils skin feels rough and tight, those with dry skin are often dry on other parts of the body.
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Trans epidermal Water Loss – What is it and How to Stop It

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

November 06, 2021 4 min read

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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Skin Barrier Issues

Skin Barrier Issues

November 06, 2021 1 min read

Skin Barrier issues is a causative factor for a lot of skin conditions to include acne, rosacea, dermatitis, sensitive skin etc
Reach for gentle skincare, avoid active ingredients until you calm the skin down first.
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What causes skin to age ?

What causes skin to age ?

November 06, 2021 2 min read

Skin ageing is caused by a combination of different factors, both internal and external. Understanding the way that internal and external factors affect skin’s structure and function can help to inform skin care choices and prevent premature skin aging.


Internal factors

Young skin has a thick epidermis and a strong network of collagen fibres.
Mature skin has a thinner epidermis and a weakened network of collagen fibres.

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How does skin change over the years?

How does skin change over the years?

November 06, 2021 4 min read

Skin is a living organ and undergoes significant changes during a person’s lifetime: from the delicate skin of a new-born baby, through the teenage years when some are acne-prone, to the wrinkles of later life. Each stage has its own demands and skin care should reflect these changing needs. Choosing appropriate products to cleanse, protect, nourish and repair skin at each of these stages will help to keep it healthy and ensure that your skin looks and feels its natural best, whatever your age.

How is skin different at each age and stage?
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LED treatment. Works well on its own, makes most other treatments better.

LED treatment. Works well on its own, makes most other treatments better.

November 06, 2021 3 min read

LED or Light Emitting Diode therapy is known for its ability to accelerate the skin’s healing process. Skin cells receive a rejuvenating, anti-aging boost increasing blood flow, helping bring nutrients to the treated areas, as well as stimulating fibroblast and collagen production to strengthen your skin and battle the ageing process. Antyage is the most advanced and powerful LED phototherapy medical device available to treat a broad range of concerns.

 

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We wish Gill well as she leaves and welcome Sabina back from Maternity Leave.

We wish Gill well as she leaves and welcome Sabina back from Maternity Leave.

November 05, 2021 1 min read

Staff news - we are very sorry to see Gill go, she has been a a fantastic member of the team. 

We are delighted to welcome Sabina back from Maternity Leave.

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STRESS, AND ITS EFFECT ON THE SKIN

STRESS, AND ITS EFFECT ON THE SKIN

October 17, 2021 2 min read

Stress causes a chemical response in your body that makes skin more sensitive and reactive. It can also make it harder for skin problems to heal.

If you, have you ever noticed that you break out more when you’re stressed, this is because stress causes your body to make hormones like cortisol, which tells glands in your skin to make more oil.
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