Your skin can reveal a lot about how well you care for it. When the skin cycle functions correctly, skin cells naturally turn over and collagen production is normal. The skin’s ability to renew itself typically ranges from 21 to 45 days.…
Keep Skin Cells Stimulated
Regular exfoliation benefits the skin by removing layers of dead skin cells, unclogging pores, and stimulating new cell turnover. It also refines and smooths skin texture to promote more youthful, supple skin.
For oily skin, focus on areas of excess oïl production to unclog pores or reduce pore size.
Our suggestion: OAT BRAN SCRUB husk fibers in scrub gently remove dead surface skin cells & impurities and Kaolin draws out excess oils and impurities.
For dry skin, focus on the dry, rough patches of skin to smoothen dull, flaky, or uneven skin areas.
Our suggestion: BAMBOO & HONEY EXFOLIANT promotes skin clarity and brighter complexion and stimulates, refreshes, and soothes the skin’s surface to facilitate the penetration of nourishing products destined for the dermis.
Nourish the Dermal Layers
Stimulating the skin with active nutrients, such as collagen and elastin, provides a boost of healthy nourishment to the skin. Serums, for example, have the ability to penetrate deep within the skin layers to deliver concentrated nourishment for moisture restoration, oil regulation, and/or improved elasticity.
Protect the Skin’s Barrier
The surface layers of the skin are the first line of defense against damage. Keeping the skin sufficiently hydrated helps to protect and strengthen skin cells.
Make sure to find a moisturizer that suits your skin care needs! Ask your esthetician which moisturizers are made for you…
Get Your Beauty Sleep
Sleep deprivation influences the appearance of the skin and stresses the collagen production in the skin. Deep sleep induces a surge in growth hormones which help repair and rebuild body tissue. As the body rests, there is a slower breakdown of protein and an increase in cell regeneration.
Seek Professional Help
Sometimes the skin needs the assistance of Professional treatments. Microdermabrasion, for example, causes trauma to the skin to induce cellular repair and renewal. It also has the effect of refining the skin’s texture. Ask a professional for a treatment that suits your skin!
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