; Ageing – Skin Health Science


Fine Lines, Sun spots, Dull skin complexion, Skin laxity, Dry skin, Adult Acne

Skin care routine 3 steps 4 products:


ONE STEP: Morning Routine

1. RP Moisturiser: 1-2 pea size amounts, warmed up in your finger tips for even application over the entire face, neck and décolletage. Great as a makeup primer!

Reflect and protect moisturiser for its hydrating support, less sweat factor and ability to reflect harmful UVA and UVB rays through Zinc oxide and Titanium oxide. This is particularly important for melasma prone skin as reflecting harmful rays and heat helps to reduce the over production of pigment within the skin.

THREE STEP: Evening Routine

1. Vita Cleanse (normal skin) or Carbo Cleanser (oily skin): 1 pea size amount, lather with a small amount of water on your fingertips, cleanse face, neck and décolletage. Rinse.

 An enriching combination of vitamin B and vitamin E, helps to sooth the skin, or reduce oil and improve congestion with the powers of charcoal. 

2. REM Serum: Strictly pea size amount onto finger tips and then evenly dispersed over face, pat a small amount under your eye as your eye serum. Continue step for your neck and décolletage 

The REM serum is your powerhouse to your skin cells. Vitamin A and B, work to repair and regulate the daily damage to your skin while you sleep at night. Vitamin B as a powerful anti-inflammatory helps to reduce reddened and inflamed skin.

3. Barrier Complex Moisturiser: 1 pump onto finger tips, combine both hands to evenly distribute product over each side of the face. Continue for neck and décolletage

Packed full of peptides the barrier complex promotes collagen production and hydrates with its unique combination of hyaluronic acid.


Here we recommend active skin treatments you can undertake to treat the elements of aging.

1. Skin Needling – Helps to break up pigmentation sitting deep in the skin. This is a treatment that is safe in most skin types and has the added benefit of assisting in maintaining your skins natural collagen. Collagen production treatments are key in order to stimulate constant renewal as we get older. A medical grade skin needling is performed by registered nurses or medical practitioners. A skin assessment is essential prior to undergoing any skin treatment. Skin Needling is one of the go to treatments to have due to advancements in research and technology.

2. Laser – Not recommended in Melasma pigmentation or skin types 4 and above. Laser can extremely effective in treating sun damage induced pigmentation (sun spots/freckles). A skin check by a Specialist Skin Cancer doctor or dermatologist is essential prior to undergoing any removal of pigmentation.

3. Chemical Peels – Whilst caution should be exercised when treating pigmentation with chemical peels, under the right professional advice great results can be achieved. Chemical peels generally are not our no.1 go to treatment due to technological advancements of other treatments, however, the Cosmelan Peel has been shown to deliver great results. A thorough consultation is required prior to undergoing this peel. Chemical peels help to promote collagen production however due to the technological advances and increased benefits we choose skin needling over peels.

4. Laser – Medical grade lasers can help to stimulate collagen and promote firming of the skin. The Picoway device by syneron candela in particular shows great skin tightening and firming from even just one treatment, so you don’t have to spend $$$$ too much to see results.

LED therapy is a great treatment with low down time that helps to promote an instant glow in the skin. 

5. Microdermabrasion – Is a great surface treatment to encourage cellular renewal of the skins surface. This will help to lighten and brighten the skin complexion over a period of time. Utilising this treatment with your active cosmeceuticals can assist in maintaining your overall skin health.

6. Anti-wrinkle injections – Help to relax the muscles that commonly cause some of our most disliked lines, e.g. frown, crow’s feet, forehead lines. Used preventatively and holistically anti-wrinkle injections will always maintain a natural result. They should be used in conjunction with skin treatments as whilst they relax lines, they don’t promote collagen. Over time you may experience skin laxity and this gives the impression that the anti-wrinkle injections have been less effective. In this case we look to support the skin with dermal fillers.

7. Dermal Fillers: Made up of Hyaluronic acid, dermal fillers attract 1000 times their weight in water. They help to replenishing the volume and support in the skin that we have lost by the weakening of our skin structures and gradual collagen degradation. By replacing the structural support, we have lost over time, we achieve firmer, brighter skin, that contributes to a fresher appearance.

Reviewing your skin every step of the way, you make assessment as to whether you feel your skin care and skin treatments are working for you. Again sometimes we need something a little more. Post consultation with your cosmetic nurse, you could seek advice about options available from your chosen cosmetic physician or plastic surgeon. Research and patient education is essential and you must be thoroughly educated prior to undergoing any treatment. It is your body and you should be fully aware of what happens to it and what goes into it.

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