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Skin Care Top 100 Blogs

21 October 2020

Skin Care Top 100 Blogs
  • Benefits of Jojoba Oil For Skin & Hair
    21 October 2020

    Jojoba oil is one of the most well-known ingredients used in beauty care and skincare industry; almost every other skincare product has jojoba oil in it, and there is a good reason for that. It is on natural oil that not only becomes a good base for skincare products but also gives endless benefits to the skin and hair. So, in this article we will find out all about the goodness of this efficacious oil and benefits of jojoba oil for healthy skin.

    What is Jojoba oil?

    Jojoba plant is a shrub native to south Arizona, southern California and north-western Mexico. It is widely cultivated for pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. Due to is highly moisturising and softening qualities it is used in facial creams, body lotions, moisturizers, hair conditioners and shampoos, too. Now, let’s find out other than moisturizing what other skincare benefits of jojoba oil are there.

    1. Highly moisturizing: Jojoba oil is a great moisturizing agent, and this is the first and foremost reason it is widely been used in body lotions and face creams. It helps create a skin barrier that prevents the loss of moisture while further healing the dry skin. Therefore, TNW used jojoba oil in TNW Beetroot Lip Balm as it helps the lips stay hydrated and moisturized while further preventing environmental damages.
    2. Full of antioxidants: This efficacious oil is rich in vitamin E that makes it power packed with antioxidants which help fight environmental damages and oxidative stress caused by pollutants and toxins. This is why TNW uses jojoba oil in TNW Sun Defence Cream, it makes the sunscreen more beneficial in terms of moisturizing and protecting the skin against several damages.
    3. Prevents acne: Jojoba oil is like the natural oil that the human skin secretes (called sebum), thus it balances the secretion of oil on the skin which eventually prevents the breakouts and acne on the skin.
    4. It’s a natural antimicrobial: Since it is natural antimicrobial it helps keep infections at bay. It anti-inflammatory properties helps to calm the skin irritation and infections. Thus, it is beneficial for keeping dandruff at bay, hence its use in TNW Herbal Shampoo and Onion Hair Oil.
  • How your hands, neck & décolletage give away your age!
    21 October 2020

    Next time someone asks you: “How old do you think I am?” Take a quick look at the skin on the back of their hands

    The post How your hands, neck & décolletage give away your age! appeared first on Australian Skin Clinics.

  • Know About What Is a Pediatrician: Education, What They Do, When To Choose
    20 October 2020
    What Is a Pediatrician?

    A pediatrician is a medical doctor who handles the physical, behavioral, and mental primary care of children from birth until age up to 18.

    A pediatrician has graduated from medical college and completed a three-year medical program in pediatrics. After that, they have to certified, meet regular continuing with education requirements. A pediatrician doctor is trained to diagnose and treat childhood illnesses, from minor to severe health problems.

    What Does Pediatrician Do?

    A pediatrician doctor diagnoses your child from birth to age 2 and in once a year from ages 2 to 5. After the age of 5, the pediatrician doctors will see continue your child after some period of time or annual checkups. They are the first person to talk to you whenever your child is sick.

    To take care of your child, your pediatrician will do such as:

    • Do primary physical checkups.
    • Give your child a vaccine
    • Diagnose your child’s illnesses, growth, and development
    • If they see any major problem they refer you to specialist
    • Give every little information about child care
    Why We Need a Pediatrician?

    A family medical doctor or our primary consultant also sees your child, but they are seeing your entire family like kid’s health-related issues. It’s our personal choice to choose a pediatrician for our child or not. There are some major reasons to choose a pediatrician doctor such as,

    • We have to give some special training for our child.
    • If our child has some major health issues.
    • Sometimes people see children in practice, so they have a lot of experience in treating childhood illnesses.
    • If the child was born very early to a period of time, they need special monitoring and care.

    The most common difference between a pediatrician and a family doctor is that pediatricians specialize in diagnosing children, babies, and teens, while the family doctor is treating all the family members as adults too. The decision will depend ultimately on us. Which makes you comfortable and suitable for you? Before looking for a pediatrician, perfectly find and interview doctors before you decide.

    Should I Prefer a Pediatrician Before Baby is Born?

    Nowadays, parents are so excited to start a strong relationship with their baby before they arrive. So, while they are pregnant, start the research on pediatricians near me to find which one is close to their home and work and easily go there.

    Once you have decided on a pediatrician near me, you can meet them at a suitable time and share your family’s medical history. You can ask them to make a plan or taking care of your baby in the pregnant days and weeks.

    Your pediatrician doctor can give all the information regarding before baby’s birth, other circumcision, or talk every aspect area of concern you have as a parent to be.

    You can also make the plans for your pediatrician visit you and your child in the hospital or in the birthing center. Find a pediatrician near me, in advance because of eliminating the probably encounter problems after your baby arrives.

    Role of Pediatrician During Childhood:

    Research recommends that you can take care of your baby to the pediatrician doctor for primary care and checkups at least six to seven times during the first year. Between the age of 1 to 3, your child may visit the pediatrician doctor every three to six months. After turning at 4, you can visit once a year.

    During these visits, the pediatrician will manage all the records of the child’s growth, eating habits, physical growth, and development of the body. They also give vaccinations to babies. The pediatrician doctor concern about changes noticed since the last visit to the baby.

    How To Take Care of Teens When They Grow Up?

    A strong relationship or correspondence with a pediatrician is very important during adolescence. Sometimes when babies are grown up day by day and at the age of teen they are experiencing some physical and behavioral changes.

    However, at the age of teens, we can ask pediatrician doctor questions in private.

    The research said that at the age of adolescences, health problems show both parents and children think teens need to be able to ask their confidential questions in private. At the age between 16 and 21, depending on your child you may decide the time to change transition from pediatric to a general doctor.

    Take away:

    A pediatrician is a doctor who treats only newborn babies to teenagers. Some pediatricians are primary care physicians. You want a pediatrician or family care depend on the pediatrician near me. If you want to consult your baby from beginning to the teenage you may take a pediatrician. if you have any queries regarding this article comment in the below section.

    The post Know About What Is a Pediatrician: Education, What They Do, When To Choose appeared first on curefavor.

  • Can Running Cure Depression?
    20 October 2020

    There’s a lot of talk about mental illness in our culture right now, which is awesome. Finally, we can kind of talk about it, try to get over a stigma that’s been surrounding mental health for such a long time. We still have a ways to go. But it’s awesome that we’re beginning that conversation and trying to get out there.

    So, as you may know, if you’ve spent any time with me, this is a show called Runner’s High, we probably both love running. And because we love running and we hear these stories from friends or friends of friends about how running helped their depression, we want to know can running actually cure depression.

    As I said before, this is a show called Runner’s High. I’m your host, Jesse Funk. If you want more videos on how to run, be a better runner, all these kinds of topics, subscribe to the channel, hit that button right over there, bottom right-hand corner. So, if you don’t have friends that have said something about, I’m depressed and running made me feel better.

    And you don’t know anybody, you may have seen these on running forums. Whether you’re on the Running Subreddit, or you’re on Slowtwitch or wherever you are, you’ve probably seen somebody mentioned this from time to time.

    The problem is, we don’t know whether that person is talking about I have clinical depression, or I’m depressed. And the difference here is really our use of the word depressed in our culture, right? When you’re sad, you can say I’m depressed. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you are clinically depressed, which is a diagnosable condition. A while back, I spoke with Mike Haggadone on the Smart Athlete Podcast. It’s my other show that I do here besides Runner’s High on the channel. And we talked about therapy versus therapeutic when it comes to running. Mike has had his own struggles with mental illness over time.

    And we talked about that, in my interview with him. If you want to see that full interview, stay to the end, I will link to it, it’ll be on the screen. But we talked about the definition between therapy and therapeutic. He is a runner as well. And we see this again, all over the place that say running is my therapy.

    Well, we contend, and I agree with Mike that running is therapeutic, not necessarily therapy. We all experience sadness in our lives from time to time, even sometimes profound sadness. And I wish there was some easier way to say this, we assign that word depression to it when really, I wish we could reserve that for the clinical case, so that we can be clearer and not so ambiguous about what’s going on.

    But that profound sadness sometimes happens with a loss, a loss of life, a loss of a relationship, a loss of a job, a loss of a dream, a loss of hope. But that’s not necessarily what clinical depression is when there’s a chemical imbalance going on in your brain. Something that you can’t regulate, that you have no control over.

    Now you don’t necessarily have control over that profound sadness and that grief, either. But it isn’t necessarily caused by that imbalance in the brain, at least from what we know right now. So, what we do know is that when we go run, that’s going to elevate our moods. And that can be a great pick me up, when we’re feeling that profound sadness. It helps give us at least a moment of relief.

    In those times of struggle, where we don’t know where the light at the end of the tunnel is, we just feel darkness around us or that grief, from whatever loss or thing we’ve experienced is. And running itself can actually be a great addition to actual therapy with people that have depression. But when we’re talking about depression itself, running is not necessarily a cure. I should say just isn’t a cure, it doesn’t cure it.

    Because depression, at least as we want to diagnose it in the DSM, is something that is going to need to be treated with therapy, and often with some kind of medication to help you relieve those symptoms because of the lack of those chemicals in your brain, which I mentioned previously.

    I have to interrupt myself just for one second. I’ll get back to my last thought here in a second before I finished filming, I forgot to mention that if you want a really great story about dealing with mental illness running all the implications therein, please check out Matt Fitzgerald’s book, Life is a Marathon.

    Matt is one of the best authors in the running space. So, if you want a story, a true story of him in His love for his wife, the mental illness that his wife struggle with, and how running kind of plays a part in his life, their lives, all of that, please check out his memoir, Life is a Marathon.

    Back to my last thought, and then on to the end of the episode. Anytime we’re talking about depression, it’s best really to see somebody that’s certified. And I say that often on this channel when things get beyond me. Because there’s a point when you need to see somebody who’s qualified, whether that’s in the case of depression, or you have a stress fracture.

    These are illnesses which I’m simply not certified to help you with. I had thoughts of going down that path and becoming a counselor or a clinician at one point in time. But I didn’t take that path in life so I’m not qualified to help you. You do have to remember that treatment for depression is often very individualized and that goes with the medication and treatment of therapy, all those kinds of things. That’s why you need a professional to help you.

    I’m sure that they will probably say, if you want to run, that’s an awesome thing to help along with it. But I also know that when people are depressed, and if that’s you, sometimes you just have trouble getting out of bed, let alone getting out and going for a run. And this happens to a wide spectrum of performance levels, anybody from the top performers to the bottom performers.

    Times have nothing to do with how this affects people. It affects everybody really, equally, poorly, but equally, and I love you. I know I don’t necessarily know you, but I want you to do well. So, please, if you feel this way, go see somebody get some help. It’s going to make you better, in the long run, both have a better quality of life and be a better runner if that’s important to you.

    Now, after you’ve done that, please come back, share your story or if you want to share your story now, please leave it in the comments below. I’d love to hear from you. And I think it’s great as a community if we can talk about these things in an honest fashion. So, please, please, please leave that in the comment below.

    Let me know how are you doing? How are things gone for you? Have you made progress? Are you still struggling? I really want to know. So, as mentioned earlier, if you want to see that interview I had with Mike when we talked about mental illness, struggles, running, therapy versus therapeutic; that should be coming up on the screen now. So, click that, go check out that interview. And I’ll see you next time on the next episode of Runner’s High.

    The post Can Running Cure Depression? appeared first on Solpri.

  • Earth Rhythm Cleansing Balm, Rich Antioxidants & Detoxifier with Matcha Green Tea Review
    20 October 2020

    Hello! I am reviewing a beautiful Cleansing Balm with goodness of matcha green tea today. We have Discount Code PEPILIO to avail from website of Earth Rhythm or Vanity Wagon. I have been into double cleansing from more than 3 years now. I am not kidding, I religiously double cleanse every single day. Even on [...]

    The post Earth Rhythm Cleansing Balm, Rich Antioxidants & Detoxifier with Matcha Green Tea Review appeared first on Pepilio.

  • Can I use RF skin tightening if I have metal screws, plates and pins?
    20 October 2020

    This is a somewhat complicated topic, but I’ll try to distill it into something that makes sense. Lasers are light based devices and don’t affect metal implants.

    Two types of RF devices

    There are two main types of RF (radiofrequency) devices used for aesthetic skin improvement….. monopolar and bipolar.  Why does this even matter to you?   It’s because it relates to the question above.  And…it impacts the safety of the device for you, if you have any metal in your body that’s permanent or semi permanent.

    • Monopolar.  In this type a “grounding pad” is used and attached somewhere else on the body.  Energy flows between the device “head” and the pad.  While it travels through the body, it can heat up any metal that is near the energy flow.  Often surgical glues are used to help hold pins, and plates, etc in place.  So you all are smart, and we don’t want the heat to affect the glue or metal and loosen it, perhaps causing it to fail.
    • Bipolar.  In these, the two “poles” for the RF energy to pass between are both in the treatment head of the device, so the energy is unlikely to travel beyond the local area of treatment.
    What this means for you?

    Bottom line is that your doctor or “provider” or you should absolutely talk to the company who makes the device, if there is any question or confusion.  You want an opinion from the medical director for the device.  Some examples:

    • Thermage:  This has a grounding pad, so if the grounding pad is on the back and face is being treated, you don’t want metal anywhere near the head or in between.  So for example, if you have a metal hip, and are treating the face, that shouldn’t be a problem.
    • Profound:   This does not have a grounding pad, so you don’t want metal implants under or near the area being treated, but a metal pin in the shoulder could be fine.

    In summary, the bottom line is check with the company for an opinion, if there is any question.

    Hope this helps,

    Dr. Brandith Irwin


    The post Can I use RF skin tightening if I have metal screws, plates and pins? appeared first on Skintour.

  • What to Know as a Client Going Back to the Spa
    20 October 2020

    When the spread of the coronavirus started to gain momentum in early March, many states issued shutdowns of schools, workplaces, and local businesses to slow the proliferation. Though a vaccine has yet to be released, we’ve learned enough about the virus to identify certain measures that help reduce the risk of transmission. These safety precautions have made it possible for many businesses to reopen, including spas and salons in many states.

    If you’re eager to get back to your favorite spa, remember is that it’s virtually impossible to completely eliminate the risk of catching or transmitting the virus. By visiting the spa, you’re making a choice to subject yourself and others to that risk which makes it your responsibility to take the necessary precautions on top of the safeguards the spa already has in place.

    Here’s what you need to know about returning to the spa and how to do it safely.

    What to Expect from the “New Normal”

    The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we carry out our daily lives and has resulted in what amounts to a “new normal.” Unless you work in the healthcare field, you may have never worn a face mask in your life before this year. Now, however, it’s become just as habitual to check for your face mask before leaving the house as for your phone, keys, and wallet.

    Though the pandemic continues to wreak its havoc throughout the country, life must continue. It’s just as important as ever to wear your mask and maintain social distancing, but with the proper precautions in place, certain aspects of daily life can safely resume. If you’re considering going back to the spa, there are a few changes and safety procedures you should expect.

    Here are a few examples:

    • Many states require both clients and practitioners to wear a face mask throughout the course of your visit – facial treatments may not be available in some states.
    • You may be required to check in via phone or text before your appointment rather than sitting in a waiting room – check the spa website or your appointment confirmation email for details.
    • Some spa amenities like snacks and beverages may not be available – locker rooms, saunas, and steam rooms may be temporarily unavailable as well.
    • Most spas are encouraging cash-less checkout – ask about Venmo or, if you want to leave a cash tip, bring it in a sealed envelope from home.
    • You may be required to fill out a digital intake form when scheduling your appointment and may need to have your temperature checked when you arrive.

    Each state has their own regulations regarding spa and salon services, so it’s important to check with your local spa to get the details. Check the spa’s website for booking information and to learn about updated safety measures and precautions. Be aware as well that cancellation policies may have changed as well, and some spas may add a small fee for each service to cover added safety precautions.

    Understand the Risks and Stay Safe

    After weeks or months of isolation, you may be eager to enjoy a little self-care and to catch up with your favorite practitioner. If you choose to return to the spa, however, it’s important to understand the risks and to know how to keep yourself and others safe.

    Familiarize yourself with local safety guidelines and government regulations and make sure you have the appropriate personal protective gear ahead of your appointment. Wear a clean, just washed face covering or an unused disposable face mask and use hand sanitizer before entering the building. Maintain at least a six-foot distance from others when possible and avoid touching your face. When it comes time for checkout, use the hand sanitizer provided before handing over your credit card or ask about touchless checkout.

    Tip generously by adding gratuity to your transaction or ask about sending a tip to the practitioner directly through Venmo. If you use cash, it’s best to bring it in a sealed envelope or ask the reception staff if they have an envelope for you to use.

    It has been a difficult year for all of us, and there’s no shame in craving a return to normalcy. The fact of the matter is, however, that the coronavirus is still a serious risk and we all must do our part to protect ourselves and others. Aside from wearing your mask and social distancing, the best thing you can do is stay at home if you’re feeling sick. You can always reschedule your appointment or support your local spa by purchasing a gift card for future use.

    The post What to Know as a Client Going Back to the Spa appeared first on Yon-Ka Paris.

  • A bee's part in your skincare
    20 October 2020

    When I was little, like 8 or so, I got stung by a bee (and thankfully wasn’t allergic). I remember screaming, then tears. Then anger. How dare that bee.

    I said to my dad, “I hate bees. Why do there even have to be bees? What good are they?”

    My father patiently explained pollination, honey, and all the good things that come from bees.

    I didn’t buy it.

     At least not at the time.

    Now I do. As a gardener, herb grower, and aspiring orchardist, I’ve really come to appreciate how vital bees are to the environment and my gardening efforts. Without the hard work of pollinating bees, we’d have a hard time having fruits, vegetables, and flowers.

    Plus, I’ve really come to appreciate all of the lovely things that bees and beekeepers provide us with. Like honey.

    Besides honey, bees give us wax, propolis, royal jelly, and venom. In case you’re wondering what could be good about bee venom, it‘s being investigated for treatment of a variety of medical conditions including pain, some autoimmune and skin diseases like eczema and psoriasis.

    Honey and bees wax have a ton of uses and bee propolis and royal jelly are popular supplements for health, boosting your immune system, and promoting longevity. The ancient Greeks, Chinese, and Egyptians used bee products as medicine for a variety of ailments.

    The Egyptians, being the beauty pioneers that they were, realized that many bee products were also effective for beauty. Cleopatra loved a good milk and honey face mask, or a milk, honey, and rose petal bath. She also was a fan of using propolis to keep her skin smooth and youthful.

    What is propolis?

    Bee propolis is a resinous mixture that honey bees produce from tree sap. When they combine the sap with their own discharges and beeswax, they create a sticky, greenish-brown product used as a coating to build their hives. Sometimes it’s called bee glue.

    It was used by the ancient Greeks to heal wounds, treat abscesses, and some tumors. It turned out to be a good choice because propolis is anti-bacterial and anti -inflammatory.

    The ancient Egyptians used propolis in their complicated embalming process.

    Since it was considered essential for preservation as well as an almost magical ingredient, Cleopatra (rightly) used it to keep her face looking good too.

    Scientifically, bee propolis is full of phenolic compounds. These compounds are responsible for propolis’ anti-microbial actions.

    Propolis acts as an anti-oxidant. It provides some UV protection (you still need sunscreen), and has restorative qualities to boot.1

    Studies have shown propolis encourages type I and III collagen which are the ones that give your face structure and firmness. 1

    What’s Royal Jelly?

     Simply put, royal jelly is the food that the queen bee eats. It’s a thick white substance that’s super nourishing and loaded with things that promote longevity like antioxidants. The average worker bee lives between 7-50 weeks, depending on the season. The average lifespan for a queen bee is 3-7 years.

    Royal jelly is a popular supplement for health and longevity. Especially in Asia, where it comes in little vials that you drink.

    It turns out that royal jelly is excellent for your skin, and there’s lots of research to back it up.

     According to a report by Pavel et al.

      Royal jelly has a broad spectrum of biological activities which determine the effect of royal jelly on the skin, namely, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, anti-allergic, antioxidant, toning, moisturizing, and anti aging.2

    There are a lot of peptides in royal jelly. Peptides are protein fragments that can penetrate deep into your skin and signal it to produce collagen and elastin. So royal jelly encourages collagen production and helps to keep your skin firm.

    Royal jelly stimulates metabolism in tissue which helps to speed regeneration.

    Royal jelly helps to retain water in the outer skin layers which makes your skin more elastic and better moisturized. 1

    It all works together

    Propolis and royal jelly are excellent skin care ingredients. They work even better when they’re combined with other active and nourishing ingredients like peptides, super-hydrating hyaluronic acid, panthenol (Vitamin B5) which helps fortify the skin barrier and give you smoother skin, CoQ10, a strong antioxidant that encourages firmer and more resilient skin and free radical fighting, adaptogenic herbs like green tea, gotu kola, dandelion, Japanese honeysuckle.

    Wonder where you can find such an amazing skin care product?

    Search no more. AlpenGlo Firming Face and Neck cream is here. Use it generously on your face and neck. And around your eyes. It’s an excellent eye cream.

    I put it on the backs of my hands too. It  will gently stimulates your skin to be more firm, bouncier, and moist. It really does make you glow.

    I’m now older (much) than my father was when he tried to help me understand the importance of bees. I even like them, and I really appreciate all they do for us, for the environment, and for our skin.

    Thank you, bees.






    1. Pavel C.I., Mărghitaş L.A., Bobiş O., Dezmirean D.S., Şapcaliu A., Radoi I., Mădaş M.N. Biological activities of royal jelly—Review. Sci. Pap. Anim. Sci. Biotechnol. 2011;44:108–118. [Google Scholar]


  • 7 great ways to get clear skin
    19 October 2020

    When our skin is glowing and radiant, it gives a massive boost to our self confidence, so it stands to reason that we all want to know how to get clear skin. Along with regular exercise, a good night’s sleep and keeping hydrated, we are told that having a healthy diet rich in nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and healthy fats will all help to keep our complexions clear and healthy. Additionally, there are some treatments that can be applied to the skin or carried out in our clinic which will help to target scarring, pigmentations or wrinkles to improve elasticity and the overall appearance of the skin. Here are our recommended 7 great ways to get clearer, healthier-looking skin. As always, we will give our honest advice for the best treatment for you during your full consultation and assessment.

    Fraxel Dual

    The Fraxel laser deals with structural indentations, such as scars or wrinkles, and pigmentation on the skin caused by scarring and sun damage. It’s especially effective when used on fine lines and wrinkles and sun damaged imperfections and sunspots. It is a non-invasive, precise laser treatment which targets the damaged part of the skin while leaving the surrounding skin untouched. This means that the skin can then replace the old, damaged skin cells with new, healthy ones to give smoother and younger looking skin with limited down-time.


    The Regenlite is a pulse dye laser which treats a variety of skin imperfections from redness and broken veins to scars and crepey skin. This clever laser has different settings and by choosing the correct one, it can target and help reduce your concern by stimulating the production of collagen to rejuvenate ageing skin and wrinkles whilst also being effective on different settings when used to treat acne, stretch marks, warts, verrucae and vascular lesions, such as Cherry Angiomas.

    Derma Pen

    An alternative treatment for scarring and wrinkles is the micro-needling Derma FNS Pen which uses microfine needles to pierce the surface layer of the skin and stimulate the skin to repair itself whilst generating its own new collagen and elastin, which all contribute to an improved skin tone and texture. There is little downtime with this treatment which makes it a popular option for busy people on the go.

    Platelet Rich Plasma

    For a natural therapy to treat the visible signs of ageing, the Platelet Rich Plasma technique offers a laser-free way to target fine lines and wrinkles as well as scarring and stretch marks. The platelets are the natural healing cells in the blood and by taking a sample of the patient’s blood, our medical practitioners separate the platelets from the plasma in the blood and then re-introduce the platelets back to the area to be treated to promote collagen production to improve the texture and give a more even skin tone, increased skin healing and a softening of imperfections. This therapy has been acclaimed for its wound healing and been used successfully to treat sports injuries and conditions such as arthritis. More recently, it has also had superlative results in skin rejuvenation.

    Obagi Nu-Derm®

    Melasma is pigmentation of facial skin which can be caused by hormones, and it particularly affects the upper lip and cheeks. The prescription only Obagi Nu-Derm® system offers an effective treatment for melasma which is guided by our medical team who will prescribe active ingredients to suppress pigment-creating melanocytes to give you a clearer complexion. This sought after product system also has a rejuvenating effect so not only can your pigmentation improve, your skin will look fresher and more youthful.


    The Byonik cold laser is a revolutionary treatment which is activated by the body’s own pulse to repair skin cells with no downtime and no pain either! Its anti-ageing, hydrating gels are used in combination with light energy and can be used to target several skin concerns but is especially effective in reducing redness and inflammation which have been caused by acne and rosacea as well as improving signs of ageing.

    Clear + Brilliant

    Freckles, age spots and wrinkles caused by overexposure to the sun are all preventable with the daily use of a sun protection with a minimum SPF of 30. Whilst there are some peels that can also help with superficial sun damage to the skin, laser treatment is more predictable when it comes to results and repeating them in subsequent treatments. The Clear + Brilliant laser, often referred to as the ‘Baby Fraxel’ works gently to minimise imperfections such as open pores, soften some scarring, eradicate irregular skin pigmentation and give an even tone to the skin with a smoother overall texture. With this treatment, you know that you are investing in the future of your skin by laying down healthy, new collagen triggered by the laser.

    Which treatment would you love to have?

    The post 7 great ways to get clear skin appeared first on The Skin to Love Clinic.

  • Why It’s So Important to Use Non-Toxic Products on Sensitive Skin
    19 October 2020

    Have you noticed that we’ve all gotten a little more sensitive lately? Our skin, that is. We’ve noticed it here at CV Skinlabs because our Calming Moisture—which like all our products, is made specifically for sensitive skin—is more popular than ever. But apparently we’re not the only ones seeing this trend. Researchers recently reported that

    The post Why It’s So Important to Use Non-Toxic Products on Sensitive Skin appeared first on CV Skinlabs.

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