As we age, the body's ability to produce collagen decreases. Elastin, the substance that enables skin to snap back into place, has a bit less spring. Dead skin cells do not shed as quickly as they used to and the turnover of new cells decreases. With these changes come the physical signs of ageing - rough skin texture and a dull looking complexion.
Exfoliation is key to brightening ones complexion. Microdermabrasion
and chemical peel
procedure exfoliates skin through either mechanical, chemical or combination method. If done on a regular basis, the procedures ensure that dead skin cells are consistently sloughed off, making way for younger cells. This makes the skin look fresher and better at absorbing serums and moisturisers.
After sloughing off the dead cells, infusions of antioxidants such as Vitamin C through the Vitamin C Iontophoresis
process help brighten complexion, strengthen skin's barrier response, promote collagen production and protect skin against the damaging effects caused by sun exposure.
Boosting hydration through the use of appropriate moisturisers or regular Hydrafacial™
sessions will also contribute to a dewy and brighter looking complexion.