Injectables & Homecare.

So we go to see our lovely Nurse or Doctor to have some anti-wrinkle or filler injections. We all expect miracles! We are praying that this is the answer to all our prayers, and we will look ten years younger in about 7-14 days.

Fast forward two weeks and yes there are some fantastic improvements, but let's be honest, what about all those other problems with the skin??

What many people are neglecting to do is treat the actual integrity and functionality of the skin.
By not taking care of the skin and only having our injections every 4-6 months, it is like doing an intensive gym workout only once in a while; the results will be minimal.

What are we all doing in between to keep the skin hydrated and exfoliated? Not to mention targeting any other skin concerns such as breakouts, pigmentation, dehydration, rosacea, fine lines, and also scarring.

Home care is vital, and in my opinion, the most crucial part of any skincare journey.
Not only does home care address the concerns that injections can't, but it also prolongs the longevity of our injectable treatments. A partnership made in heaven!

So introduce home care incorporating active ingredients into your routine, your skin will never look better. Your visits to anti-wrinkle clinics will be less frequent, and you will have that glow to your complexion.

When we talk about active ingredients, it can be a variety of them, but the most common ones are:

Alpha hydroxy acids- Are derived from animal or plant products (such as fruits and milk). They are commonly used in anti-aging skin care products as these acids help in reducing signs of ageing (such as wrinkles, dark spots, and fine lines) and improve the skin texture and elasticity.

Beta Hydroxy acids-Are oil-soluble and are exfoliating and fantastic for oilier skin; they help to mop up excess oil, leading to a brighter complexion. Helping to free the skin from breakouts and congestion.

Vitamin A-Retinol is often referred to as the gold standard in anti-ageing skincare. When applied to the skin, it is converted to retinoic acid, the molecule that signals skin cells to produce proteins such as collagen. Vitamin A can also boost the regenerative cycle of skin cells and hinder the formation of excess melanin to leave skin looking smooth and even-toned.

Vitamin B- one of the best vitamins for your skin. Also known as Niacin, Vitamin B3 can help to improve the condition of the skin, helping to treat rosacea, acne, eczema, dermatitis, hyperpigmentation, sun-damaged, aging, and dry skin. So it's a must-have vitamin for healthy, glowing & hydrated skin.

Vitamin C- Vitamin C- A potent antioxidant that can neutralise free radicals, because of its antioxidant properties, Vitamin C aids in your skin's natural regeneration process, which helps your body repair damaged skin cells.

Peptides- Are short chains of amino acids that act as building blocks of proteins such as collagen, elastin, and keratin. These proteins are the foundations of your skin and are responsible for the texture, strength, and resilience.

If you need any help with choosing the correct skincare please reach out to us.

About the Author

My name is Rochelle, I have been lucky enough to be in the Beauty Industry for over 30 years helping clients achieve amazing results with their skin.

With 3 children of my own, I understand life is busy, so I'd love to help you find the best regimen that works for you and your lifestyle!

Having owned my own traditional based Beauty Salon and time in the Laser Industry, I've learnt that my passion lies in results-driven skin treatments and products. I feel so fortunate to have the most amazing brands at my fingertips. This allows me to give the best possible treatment and home care advice you need to achieve the skin you desire.

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