Vitamin D has many benefits for the skin, including the prevention of premature aging + acne. Vitamin D is also helpful in treating dry skin, psoriasis and eczema. But did you know that Vitamin D is extremely important for a healthy immune system? Read on and find out "what the research is saying" about Vitamin D.
Article written by Dr Michelle Gaucher
Times have changed at least for now, with many mature clients leaning toward the comfort and safety of home, and avoiding the contact of clinical treatments. Even so, setting aside time for self care and a little skin pampering goes a long way in helping one look and feel their best...
Throughout our lives there are times when we experience changes and challenges with our skin. As women move into their 40's and 50's a major influence on the skin is menopause.
Next to acne and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation is one of the biggest skin issues across the board. Everyone wants an even, clear complexion!
Skin clinics are closed across the globe (Along with hair salons, but that's a whole other problem which a good hat covers for the moment). Social distancing, for now, is a way of life.....
Menopausal skin requires special care, and a refined customized approach. When working with menopausal skin, it's more than simply powering up a laser or other device. Treating menopausal skin is about understanding the requirements of skin that is undergoing some dramatic changes. It's about knowing the correct course of action and utilizing a holistic approach to target issues from a variety of angles. With the right guidance, skin can be healthy and glowing at every age.
While the word "acid" may sound scary this is one of those acids that's friendly, and worth getting to know.
Azelaic Acid is an amazing multi-tasking ingredient that is still not well known among the skin care professionals and product formulators. Many simply don't know how to work with it. That's slowly changing as they start to discover the amazing benefits this ingredient offers.
There's definitely no shortage of marketing proclaiming the benefits of ingesting collagen drinks as well as the application of collagen creams. The question is, do these products actually do anything for your skin?
Without a background in cosmetic chemistry you would have a difficult time getting past the marketing and, understanding what you're really buying. Here's what we found....
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