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Skin Regimes


The human skin produces about one million skin cells every 40 minutes, which equates to over 36 million skin cells per day. As our skin cells renew from the deepest layer of the epidermis, the more surface cells harden and lose moisture. Eventually these cells detach from the skin via desquamation (Exfoliation) and are replaced by younger cells moving up from the deeper

layers. The rate at which new cells form in the Stratum Germinativum (also known as Stratum Basale Layer) is known as cell renewal rate; the time it takes for the cells to form in these deeper layers until the time of desquamation is known as the cell turnover time.

Desquamation also eliminates damaged and contaminated cells that

carry pollutants and micro-organisms from the environment. These superficial skin cells don't always effectively fall from skin and may cause clogging
and congestion while leaving the skin's surface dry and dull-looking. As we age, desquamation and cell turnover slow down, making exfoliation critical to removing the accumulation of cells that give a dry, dull appearance to the skin. Through exfoliation, these dulling skin cells are effectively removed, and newer cells are revealed for a fresher, healthier appearance. Similarly, removing the excess barricade of cells from the skin's surface helps ingredients penetrate through the skin. As such, Cleansing and exfoliation is a critical step in any skin health regimen.

Why do we need to Cleanse?

Washing your face is a part of your daily routine  cleansing is the most critical step to our regimen, Eliminating dead cells that accumulate every day on the surface of the epidermis prepares your skin to receive the appropriated skincare products and optimize absorption of the active ingredients. The first essential step towards beauty. There are different textures of cleansers available from a milky lotion, clay to a rinse off face wash suited to different skin types. The use of soap is never recommended as it is alkaline and will destroy the skins natural protective barrier function.

Why do we Exfoliate?

From breakout-prone skin and aging skin to hyperpigmented and dry, dehydrated skin, exfoliation is important to the health of all skin conditions. stimulate cell renewal rates, helping to reduce the signs of premature aging, improve

skin texture and brighten skin. With our selection of chemical and physical exfoliants that range from gentle to more intense, there is a Exfoliant for every skin condition.

Why do where use Masques

Enhance the daily skin care regimen, masque provides a dramatic boost to the skin. Whether the we requires super-deep cleansing or intensive hydration and

moisture therapy, Masques are chosen according to skin type and intended purpose. A  Masques may be used to refine the skin, minimise pores, remove excess oiliness, or to enhance the penetration of active ingredients and feed the skin. A mask is applied after the skin has been deep cleaned with a cleanser and exfoliation product.

Why so we use Serums?

a means of attacking various skin care problems deep below the surface of the skin. These thin, highly concentrated face treatments contain high levels of nourishing ingredients such as vitamins, amino acids, and essential oils that help restore moisture and elasticity to the skin while regulating oil production. Each face serum may be aimed at solving a specific skin care complaint, so the benefits of using one can vary. The most common benefits include hydration, increased nourishment, brightening of the skin, and acne prevention.Lipid soluble Vitamin C serum increases skin absorption Stable form of Vitamin C for increased shelf-life and efficacy Encourages increased Vitamin E production in the skin Neutral pH provides non-irritating anti-inflammatory properties Increases skin elasticity and resiliency Skin will appear measurably firmer Facial contours will appear tighter and more defined Overall appearance of more youthful and rejuvenated

Why do we Moisturize?

Moisturizers are vital to every skin care regimen, regardless of skin condition, and do more than just moisten dehydrated skin. Emollients (usually lipid substances) help lubricate skin while making it soft, pliable and smooth. Moisturizers also help to protect the skin's natural defenses against the environment while controlling moisture

loss from the skin. This becomes more important as we age, when the Stratum Corneum's Natural Moisturizing Factor (NMF) becomes less effective at regulating the skin's water balance. has a moisturizer for every skin condition; from chronically dry and prematurely-aging to skin with excess oil production and breakouts One of the misconceptions with acne prone skin is missing out a moisturizer. Since acne prone skin is already oily, the idea of drying it out sounds appealing and seems like the perfect solution, but skin needs to be supple and moisturized to be healthy. Though initially it may look like the acne is disappearing along with the moisture, dry skin actually causes more breakouts because your skin ends up producing even more oil to try to repair itself. The key to acne-prone skin is using the right moisturizer. Be sure to look for an oil-free product. Moisturizers help skin retain water and ultimately help your skin look younger, smoother, and glowing.

Why should we use SPF?

Over time, skin ages and loses its youthful appearance. Wrinkles appear around the eyes, fine lines around the lips, and age spots surface on the hands. While some of these factors are natural and unavoidable, many of the visible signs of aging are caused by the sun, and can be avoided.

The Skin is composed of three layers: the epidermis, or outermost layer; the dermis, or middle layer; and the subcutis, or basement layer.  The dermis contains collagen, elastin, and other fibers that support the skin's structure.  It is these elements that give skin its smooth and youthful appearance - and that are damaged by UV radiation (UVR). it  is without a doubt your skin's worst enemy, bombarding it on a daily basis with the UVA and UVB rays that promote premature aging and drying of the skin,  spf formulations provide an invisible shield against UVA and UVB rays while working with each skin condition to improve its overall appearance and health. Research has found that antioxidant vitamins are as important as sunscreens when defending skin from the aging and burning effects of damaging UV light and free radicals.  The best way to combat Hyper pigmentation and Wrinkles and cancer is through prevention.  Daily application of sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher to areas vulnerable to photoaging will not only help prevent photoaging,

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