YOUR CYCLE BEGINS HERE
Skin is the largest organ of the human body.
Interface between us and our worl,
it is what envelops us and links us to the outside.
Naturally sensetive, the skin shivers, recognizes and reacts.
But beneath this apparent fragility,
skin is resilient.
Each day, it must control its water content, a key element in its physiology.
That’s why hydration is absolutely vital in its regeneration process.
Skin consists mainly of water (70%)
and optimal water balance is necessary to keep
it in good health.
In the skin, water comes mainly from the deep layer (dermis).
It migrates towards surface of the skin (stratum corneum), irrigating each layer.
Properly hydrated skin is able to hold water, maintaining
its fragile balance.
Dry skin is a very common skin condition characterized by a lack of the appropriate amount of water in the most superficial layer of the skin.
Oily skin is the result of the overproduction of sebum from sebaceous glands. These glands are located under the skin’s surface. Sebum is an oily substance made of fats. Sebum isn’t all bad since it helps protect and moisturize your skin and keep your hair shiny and healthy.
Wrinkles are the lines and creases that form in your skin. Some wrinkles can become deep crevices or furrows and may be especially noticeable.
The first wrinkles to appear on a person’s face tend to occur as a result of facial expressions.
Acne is a skin condition that occurs when your hair follicles become plugged with oil and dead skin cells.
Pigmentation refers to the coloring of the skin. Skin pigmentation cause changes to the color of your skin.
Pores are small openings in the skin that release oils and sweat. They’re also connected to your hair follicles. They can appear larger or smaller than normal.
Sensitive skin is skin that is more reactive than usual.
SET a PRIMARY SKIN HEALTH GOAL TO ACHIEVE!
It’s best to start with 3 things to prepare the skin
for its journey toward being more awesome.
The following is a list of the most important things
to help reach any skin goal.
1.Get to Know the Skin Barrier
2.Assess the Skin Barrier
3.Treat the Skin Barrier
& Maintain your skin health.
(Skin Barrier refers to Viruses, Bacteria, Toxin and Moisture.)
Step 1: Remove Makeup
(We’re firm believers that we should put as much care into removing makeup as we do into putting it on)
Step 2: Cleanse
(Serums, night creams, and anti-aging treatments may are essence, formulas work their magic when they aren applied on a clean canvas)
Step 3: Exfoliate (1–2 Times Per Week)
(Most experts recommend exfoliating once or twice weekly to tackle dirt and oil buildup, reduce dullness, and sweep away dead skin cells)
Step 4: Apply Toner
(This often-skipped step boasts tons of skin-boosting benefits, including balancing skin’s pH levels so your skin is in tip-top shape to absorb serums and moisturizers)
Step 5: Apply Serum
(Now to the heavy-lifters: serums and treatments. Since serums are chock full of powerful hero ingredients (think: antioxidants, ceramides, retinol, and hyaluronic acid), we want to apply them early in our routines so our skin can really soak up the good stuff.)
Step 6: Apply Moisturizer
(Almost done! Smooth on a moisturizer or night cream to give your skin a big drink of water (hydrated skin equals happy skin))
Step 7: Apply Eye Cream
(The undereye area is the most delicate part of our complexions and the first to show signs of aging—which is why it deserves its own special step in your routine. Gently tap on eye cream with your ring finger (be careful not to tug!) to keep the area smooth and bright.)
Step 8: Apply SPF
(It may be the last step, but it’s arguably the most important one. If you’re heading out into the sun, don’t forget to layer sunscreen on top where it can most effectively fight UV rays)
ULTIMATE NATURAL BEAUTY & SKIN CARE
Here at Ultimate Natural Beauty & Skin Care,
we understand the beauty of your skin.
We have the resources to help you assess your skin health goals,
achieve them and more importantly maitain them.
Our medical spa and skin care clinic offers
the finest in skin treatments.