YOUTHFUL SKIN IS AS EASY AS ABC.

Turning back the clock on skin is all about the right skincare.

skinTerri Vinson is an Australian cosmetic chemist who is committed to cosmeceutical ingredient education and formulating products with a high level of biological activity and safety. Vinson believes that the products you apply to your skin daily are perhaps even more important for maintaining a youthful complexion than most major, one-off cosmetic procedures. Vinson is also the formulator of Synergie Skin and Synergie Mineral make-up.

Education is fundamental when it comes to making informed decisions on clinical grade skincare and cosmetic procedures, says Vinson. Skin specialists and clinicians must highlight the importance of high quality daily skincare. This is crucial to the long-term maintenance of ageing skin and to the longevity of cosmetic procedures, both surgical and non-surgical.

Your skin specialist or dermal clinician should be well trained in advising you on the best skin routine for your concerns and any cosmetic procedure you  may be considering. Just remember your ABC and sunscreen when it comes to deciding on your skin essentials.

 

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ACTIVE SKINCARE

You should not consider having a cosmetic procedure unless you are using active skincare ingredients and sun protection.

> Most of us require vitamin A for skin maintenance, increased cell turnover and collagen stimulation. It is preferable to use new retinol molecular as an active and stable from of vitamin A.
> Vitamin B (niacinamide) is also necessary for increasing skin immunity and deep hydration.
> Finally, vitamin C (in the form of L-ascorbic acid) is required for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits, to reverse free radical damage to ageing cells.
> Zinc oxide is a natural mineral that provides broad spectrum protection. Zinc oxide is preferred by most skin professionals. You must also ensure that ingredients are stable and can reach the target cells in an active form where they can create the desired change. Often ingredients may be oxidised in the bottle before the product is even applied to the skin.An example is L-ascorbic acid, which turns brown due to oxidation when in a serum base.

Synergie Skin and Synergie Minerals
For further information, visit http://www.synergieskin.com

 

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