One of the biggest concerns for all of us as we get older (or ‘mature’ as many of us prefer) is anti-ageing for our body and skin. So here are the best kept secrets from an insider in the beauty industry…
The number one issue I hear from my clients is ‘how do I know which anti-wrinkle cream to use?’ The answer is it depends on your skin type! There is no ‘magic cream’ no matter what the TV adverts tell you and if you want anti-ageing. For example, if you have an oily skin, you have to be careful you don’t choose a cream that is too rich as it will cause you to breakout. The solution is to talk to your therapist to find out what your skin-type is.
Often a more localised treatment is the best anti-ageing treatment for your face. If your concern is crows-feet or under-eye wrinkles, then invest in a decent anti-wrinkle eye-cream to treat the problem specifically. Be careful not to ‘over-load’ your eyes and only use sparingly along the eye-socket.
If you are concerned with lines along your upper-lip, often due to lifestyle choices, buy an anti-wrinkle cream that will help to fill out those lines. To help prevent any further deepening of the wrinkles, give up smoking and you will also see your skin brighten within weeks.
Acne scarring and burns are a more niche problem, but a real confidence-knocker for those who suffer from either. A real insider tip is to choose a cream with Albumin in. It’s used primarily for burn victims and can be used to promote bright, replenished and healthy skin for every face. Those unfortunate enough to have burns or scarring will be pleased to hear that albumin is excellent for regeneration of skin cells to reveal a beautiful body or face.
Inside the salon there are hundreds of different product ranges, electrical facials, non-surgical facelifts and hands-on facials to choose from. My advice would be to do your research first, phone up the salon and ask which anti-ageing treatment they would recommend. Quiz them on their knowledge and ask about specific ingredients in their treatments, you will quickly be able to tell if the therapist knows their stuff.
My opinion is that all anti-ageing treatments are good for the skin. You need to combine the treatments with good homecare to get the most out of them and have the treatments regularly – at least once a month. If you think that’s expensive, add it up over the year and you would’ve only spent about 12 hours with a professional looking after your skin. It doesn’t seem like much for the top anti-ageing skincare.
To combine with your Albumin skincare at home, choose a microdermabrasion facial. Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive mechanical exfoliation treatment that removes the outermost layer of dead skin cells on the face, chest, and neck or anywhere on the body. It’s brilliant for scarring and has become one of the top-5 alternatives to cosmetic surgery.
So now you are armed with all the anti-ageing knowledge on the best kept beauty treatment secrets, you can stay looking younger for longer!
Mark Smith – Years of experience in biomanufacturing and process development. Areas of interest include bioproducts used in drug formulation and drug delivery. Applications of interest include Hyluronic Acid, Growth platforms and Albumin.
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