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They are powerful anti-aging proteins that 🚨 alert the skin when it's time to produce more collagen. Our Peptide Quench Serum boasts of Aloe and Hyaluronic Acid to smooth away wrinkles and improve elasticity for a stunningly youthful glow. ✅ Heal and Repair: In addition to being an anti-aging skincare must-have ingredient and skin plumper, Peptides are touted as natural healing agents!✅ Smooth Texture: Achieving a softer, firmer complexion is...Read More
A MEDICAL AESTHETICIANS GUIDE TO SKIN CONDITIONS Skin conditions are transient compared to skin types. Skin conditions aren't permanent most times, various intrinsic, and extrinsic factors can cause a variety of conditions. For example one can experience dehydration as a result of a trans-Atlantic flight or upon completion of antibiotic pills. For that reason, skin conditions are more responsive to treatments. The table below shares a simple guide to what...Read More
Peptides remain a big deal in the world of anti-aging skin care due to their performance and their ability to be used by all skin types without causing irritation or sensitivity. They have developed a strong cult following along the way based on their results. Let’s start by helping you understand peptides and where they originate from. Peptides are proteins Peptides are tiny protein fragments—think of them as a series...Read More
Its summertime, not the conventional summer, but we are happy about the warmth. So let's talk protection, and how to guard your skin against UVA & UVB rays! It's time to use SPF, and pack your routine with antioxidants to protect you from free radical damage! What are Free radicals (FR) - they are atoms or molecules with unpaired electrons. They steal electrons from other molecules, which damages the other...Read More
Our Skintuation guide of the day talks about if less is more or if more is more in a facial routine. Does your skin really take in all the products from a 12 step routine or is it a total waste of products sitting on your skin, and potentially clogging your pores. Penetration is when a chemical makes it into the deeper layers of the skin. While a lot of factors...Read More
DRY SKIN is a skin type that produces less oil than other skin types. Dry skin is hereditary - a skin type that you're born with, rather than a condition you develop 🧬DNA🧬. OIL is necessary to protect, lubricate, and nourish the skin, so those with dry skin may experience roughness, excessive dryness, or flakiness (that sometimes appears in patches). Dry skin rarely feels oily and water-based lotions are almost...Read More