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Know Your Actives

The Must Have Ingredients for Anti Ageing To say I’m in love with my current range of bespoke skincare is an understatement. I love: The versatility – The fact that I can tailor make highly concentrated creams and serums specifically for you and your skins needs. The ethos – The range is based around, what’s termed Corneotherapy in the field of medicine. Very briefly this means, respecting that the skin barrier has a specific function in keeping our skin healthy and avoiding ingredients that can cause harm. Many harmful ingredients sadly are in most over the counter skincare products. The quality – Although I have the freedom to tailor make each blend, the hard work has essentially been done by a very talented German doctor & chemist named Dr Hans Lautenschlager. Dr Han’s experience in chemistry dates back to 1977 and he has developed pharmaceutical actives for lipid metabolism disorders, inflammation, heart, blood and circulatory diseases. Each active is specifically scientifically formulated for the skin and it’s penetration and is protected by patents. This week I want to give you a brief outline and tell you about the common anti ageing actives I work with, what they do and how they benefit your skin. Vitamin A (retinol) Stimulates collagen formation, promotes regeneration, balances sebum production and promotes cell turnover. Overall resulting in tighter, brighter more radiant skin, with diminished lines and wrinkles. Can also help with acne and pigmentation problems Vitamin C Supports the formation of collagen. Increases the effects of other vitamins such as vitamin A and E and protects against free radicals. Helps to brighten and even...