Posts tagged skin blogger
Hyperpigmentation

One of the most common skin disorders that patients express concern over is hyperpigmentation. Whether it’s melasma, post inflammatory hyperpigmentation, or sun spots; discolouration of the skin can be distressing and frustrating to treat.

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Safe-for-Summer Treatments

It’s important to take care of our skin all year round, but because of increased sun exposure and stronger UV rays, certain procedures should be saved for our rainy months. This doesn’t mean its time to sleep on skin care! In fact the opposite is true, our skin needs lots of TLC in the sunny months. The following will help keep your skin game strong all summer long

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We Love Vitamin Facials

There’s nothing like the feeling of bright, radiant, plumped skin. This treatment uses Redensity I, an award winning skin revitalizer. It is a non cross-linked hyaluronic acid (HA) formula specifically designed to target dull complexion, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, protect from oxidative damage, and increase hydration.

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Sunscreen 101

Short-term sun damage presents as a sunburn. Long-term, unprotected exposure causes gradual damage to skin known as sun damage or photoaging, and accounts for about 90% of the signs of skin aging. The two main types of damaging rays are UVB and UVA. They damage skin cells and their DNA, leading to fine lines, wrinkles, irregular pigmentation, visible vessels, thinned skin, loss of elasticity and skin cancer (including melanoma). This damage occurs directly by the incoming UV photons and indirectly by free radicals that are generated by these rays.

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The HydraFacial Experience

The HydraFacial is a non-invasive treatment that provides instant results for all skin types with no downtime. The HydraFacial is a (30 min) treatment that removes dead skin cells and extracts impurities while simultaneously delivering the skin with cleansing, hydrating and moisturizing serums.

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5 Tips to Beautiful Glowing Skin

As we age our skin can give away more information than we may want it to.  Sun damage, dehydration, loss of volume and uneven skin tone can age us quickly.  Despite our best efforts to take care through healthy diet and lifestyle choices, once the damage is done it can take more than a few nights sleep to look refreshed again.

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