Is your skin feeling “out of balance”? Is it showing signs of congestion, oiliness, or perhaps even dry and scaly with a rough texture?
Our skin is the largest organ of the body; being on the exterior and protecting us from the outer environment means that it is constantly subjected to elements that speed up the aging process. However, it is not just external factors such as UV rays and pollutants that cause our skin to age but also intrinsic factors such as: genes and hormones.
These factors culminate in our skin becoming functionally and intrinsically aged.
Glycolic Acid is one of the most renowned ingredients used in skincare to date. It is organic in its makeup and comes from various sources such as: sugarcane, sugar beets, pineapple, cantaloupe and unripe grapes. Its multiple makeups allows for it to be extremely tolerable on most skins.
Cellular Turnover is the process in which our skin produces new skin cells and is a major factor in how our skin looks and feels.
What is the Ideal Daily Skincare Routine? This is by no means an easy question to answer when there are so many different skin types and a vast array of products and ingredients available. However, it is always good to know what the key products are that can be included in your everyday skincare routine, that will suit 90% of skins.
Retinol is one of the many topical forms of Vitamin A. Other forms of topical Vitamin A include Tretinoin, Retinyl Palmitate & Retinoic Acid. Collectively they are referred to as retinoids but not all forms are as effective within the skincare industry.
It is important to understand the different forms of retinoids to ensure that you are getting the most from your cosmeceutical homecare.
Using Chemicals Peels to treat the skin can sound rather ominous… contrary to many beliefs, chemical peeling does not and will not thin out the skin...
What does a chemical peel do to the skin? To understand how chemical peels work, one needs to understand the anatomy and physiology of the skin.