For many people, their knowledge of facials consists of basic at-home face masks at double the price, however, there is so much more to a professional facial or peel. There is an old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and when it comes to skincare, this is especially true.
Our skin does so many incredible things for us every day of our lives, so it's time to start investing more love into that skin of yours! Begin paying more attention to how you have been treating it, throughout our lives, we are subjected to so much air travel and hot climates which is extremely detrimental but it’s never too late to turn that around, which is where I can help!
I always tell my clients that it is always important to have a set skincare routine including all the basic cleansers, face masks, moisturisers, sun creams, and more but sprinkling in occasional professional treatments is just as important. Facials or peels are not a replacement for a good skincare routine, or an immediate cure or preventions, but they provide huge improvements if done professionally and consistently.
Although carrying out these procedures at home can also be good in some cases, nothing can beat a professionally done treatment. Facials and peels provide a lengthy list of benefits and are a necessity for clear and glowing skin, but can also have many consequences if not carried out correctly (which often happens when doing these treatments at home), which is why you should lean more towards getting them professionally done.
Committing to your skin is so crucial, especially from a young age. Your twenties are a prime time to begin focusing on how you treat your skin, trust me. You may look at your skin and see no issues but when looking closer, bad skincare habits will catch up to you eventually. We are all guilty of occasionally forgetting to wear sun cream or take off our make-up after a busy day but even small habits like this contribute deeply to our skin's overall health. As a dermatologist, I’ve seen the damage caused by small things like this, even from early on.
As soon as you enter your twenties, your skin gradually begins producing less and less collagen. Collagen is a major component of your skin, playing a huge role in the strength and youth of it, as well as benefiting the overall hydration and elasticity of your skin. The loss of collagen leads to dry skin and the formation of wrinkles, of course, you can take supplements to slow this down but professional treatments play a much bigger role than you expect. This is why it is so important to dedicate more attention to your skincare regimen as soon as you can. When done the right way, facials and peels can leave your skin feeling and looking fantastic and glowing. However, having someone who knows your skin and exactly what they are doing are important ways to ensure your treatment doesn't cause any harm, which is where I come in.
I provide customisable treatments in my clinic, using advanced products, techniques and technology in a soothing and relaxing environment, made specifically for your comfort and enjoyment. I have the skill to radically transform dull, tired skin into the healthy and beautiful skin you have always dreamed of!
If your not sure where to start, I’m here to help! It is in my best interest to help you achieve your most beautiful and youthful skin. I help target your problem areas by layout out options suitable for you and recommending steps to take before you make any big decisions. I am incredibly knowledged and heavily trained meaning I can give you my professional opinion on how you can decide the perfect treatment fit for your skin and lifestyle!
Treatments like this don’t have to break the bank, it is a common misconception that professional treatments are very expensive when that just isn’t true!
Facials and peels provide so many benefits but what are they?
I could sit here all day writing them all out but here are 10 of the most important ones!
Remove ant dirt, oil or impurities in the skin through deep cleansing and exfoliation.
Reduce visible signs of damage or stress.
Improve blood circulation.
Rejuvenate and detoxify the skin.
Reduce acne and acne scars.
Promote the regrowth of new skin cells.
Improve the skins colour, tone, clarity and texture.
Reduce discolouration caused by sun damage.
Smooth away the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
Enable skincare products used at home to be more effective.
If you have further questions about these treatments, please feel free to contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would be happy to answer any of your questions.
Book your appointment today and start seeing major improvements, it's never too late to give back to your skin!