Let's take a look on how to protect and nourish your skin this winter. Try at least few steps I suggest here and your skin will be happy and glowing.
During the dryer months, you get a build up of dry skin that can cause clogged pores and dull looking skin. To rid these dead skin cells we recommend exfoliating your skin with either Microdermabrasion or Skin Peels. These treatments also stimulate blood flow for a youthful glow and improve skin texture.
2. LED Light Therapy
LED Light Therapy treatments work at a cellular level to soothe dry skin and stimulate collagen production. It is a great way to improve your skin’s texture and heal dry winter skin.
3. Hyaluronic Acid or HA
HA Masks are a fantastic add-on to your LED Light Treatment that will plump + lift dry skin. Our Hyaluronic Acid Mask will hydrate and tightening your skin giving you the boost your winter skin needs. Alternatively, try HA Serum to use at home.
4. Vitamin C
Is a power-packed antioxidant that boosts the skins moisture level and is also known as a skin-brightening agent. Use 100% Vitamin C peels & serums to treat your skin with an extra moisture surge.
5. Boost your skin’s moisture level
Try moisturising throughout the day to boost its moisture level. Try HA serum as it has the ability to attract and retain more than 1,000 times its weight in water. It will give your skin a nice drink of water all day long without leaving you feeling oily.
6. Use mineral makeup.
Some of the liquid or cream foundations can be heavy on the skin and prevent your skin from shining through naturally. Try mineral Makeup to improve dry skin.
Remember that your body uses water in all its cells, organs and tissues. Because your body loses water through breathing, sweating and digestion it’s important to rehydrate. To stay hydrated, make sure you drink lots of herbal tea and purified water during the day. Many people often report that by increasing their water intake, their skin has a more radiant glow.
8. Turn down
The heater at home, this often dries out our skin and causes skin dehydration.
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