Whichever way you choose to take care of your skin, whether it includes investing in laser treatments, cosmetic injectables or beauty treatments there is one thing we should all be doing to nurture our skin. That is of course using the correct skin care.
Our Skin Therapists recommend three must have ingredients to include in your skin regime to fight ageing concerns.
- MEP Technology
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin C
The benefit of each ingredient is explained below.
As women age, estrogen levels throughout the body naturally decline. This decrease in estrogen leads to Estrogen Deficient Skin, which accelerates collagen loss and visible signs of skin ageing.
Emepelle skin care contains exclusive MEP Technology which is proven to help restore the natural function of Estrogen Deficient Skin by addressing a root cause of accelerated skin ageing.
Vitamin A is a non-negotiable for anyone with ageing concerns. Retinols are capable of increasing collagen production which is responsible for the reduction of fine lines, wrinkles and pigment spots. Vitamin A are to be used at night with good SPF used daily.
Designed for resilient or conditioned skin types, Osmosis MD Renew is for those who desire a dramatic restoration of the skin rejuvenation process.
Vitamin C is essential in protecting the skin from accelerated ageing. This powerful antioxidant will slow down free radical damage responsible for fine lines. It is also required for the development of collagen for structure of the dermis which means that Vitamin A and Vitamin C make the best anti-ageing combination.
Do you have a particular skin concern?
Do you have a skin concern you'd like assessed by our Skin Therapists? Book online or call 1300 863 824 to schedule an online consultation with one of our Skin Therapists to receive advice tailored to your skin concerns.
Written by Tayla Brown, Skin Therapist
As a Skin Therapist at Victorian Cosmetic Institute and holds a Bachelor of Dermal Science. Tayla is continually educated in skin treatments, and even spends her free time listening to skin-related podcasts.