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Professional Skincare

Hydroxy Acids

What are Alpha Hydroxy acids (AHAs) & Beta Hydroxy acids (BHAs)?

Hydroxy acids have been used throughout history in a various forms to promote a radiant and healthy complexion, long before the chemical structure, or even their existence was known. Egyptian women took baths in sour milk in order to improve their skin. French women in the court of Louis XIV washed their faceswith old wine for the same reasons. Old fashioned facial masks made from fruit, honey or yogurt were also unknowingly taking advantage of “fruit acids” as their active ingredients.

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Retinol An Anti-ageing Skincare Ingredient

In recent years, skin care companies have released many products advertising the benefits of retinol.
Retinol, a form of vitamin A, is a naturally occurring fat-soluble vitamin found in animal products such as fish oils and liver.
It is also manufactured in the form of retinoids, tritonin, and retinyl palimitate.
Retinol was first used to treat acne but is now frequently used to treat signs of aging, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarge pores, blemishes, acne scarring or age spots .

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Growth Factors

Taking your complexion beyond AHAs, Retinols and Topical Vitamin C to improve the health and appearance of your sun damaged and aging skin without burning, peeling or irritation.
Scientists are developing ways to hinder the aging process by growing new skin more rapidly.
They are using growth factors as a way to maintain skin's youth.
Growth Factors or Proteins promote the organization and maintenance of cells and tissues within our bodies.

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In addition to retinoids, antioxidants and hydroxyacids such as glycolic acid, peptides show efficacy in preventing and treating premature skin aging.

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So why is it important to be applying Antioxidants?

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Glycation - Sugar and Aging

Research now indicates a major contributor to skin aging is the process of glycation.

Glycation is a reaction between sugars and proteins that, over time, causes your skin to become stiff and less supple. Glycation causes significant damage to your skin's structure, leading to collagen depletion and loss of skin elasticity. As a result, noticeable signs of skin aging occur such as wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging.

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A Medik8 Combination Treatment For Optimal Results

Medik8 - The skincare experts
explain the anti-ageing benefits of Vitamin C and Vitamin A

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Vitamin C

Medik8 - The Vitamin C experts - explain the benefits of Vitamin C & what you should know about Vitamin C products :

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Polyhydroxy Acids (PHAs)

Ingredients such as gluconolactone and lactobionic acid are types of polyhydroxy acid (PHA).

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Dr. Pinnell Q&A by Skinceuticals : Talks about  Antioxidants

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Azelaic Acid in Skincare Products

Azelaic Acid a  Multi-Correction Treatment 

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