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Author: <b> Karen Austin
Author: Karen Austin

March Blog

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I hope you enjoyed last month’s blog on Vitamin D and the importance of having the correct levels in our bodies to function at their best.

We wanted to remind our Beautiful Clients about Tanning, and when your perfect tan fades, the wrinkles don’t.

When you talk to some of our biggest celebrities about their top skincare tips, in general, they all agree Sun Protection is the key. Some celebrities like Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman and Anne Hathaway have admitted they all slather on the sunscreen before leaving home. Hugh Jackman has had numerous skin cancers removed. Ultraviolet light contributes to a staggering 80% of skin damage in a person’s life.

While we all love a tan in the warmer summer months and think we can have laser or DMK Skin Revision Treatments to remove pigmentation, wrinkles, fine lines and any other issues that may arise, research has shown UVB rays are shorter, therefore, they penetrate only a short way into the skin, when our cells turnover most of the pigment tends to fade, however, UVB is always accompanied by UVA rays, these rays penetrate much deeper and cause more permanent damage. Tanning can lead to free radical destruction such as crows’ feet, frown lines and wrinkles, and damage your cells and in some cases, your cells can DIE.

We need to make sure we have a diet rich in Anti-ageing Antioxidants like dark chocolate blueberries, sweet potatoes, these are some of the more common foods that fight free radicals.

Just remember “PREVENTION IS SO MUCH EASIER THAN REVISION “

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It is smart to cover up, wear a hat particularly in the summer months and avoid staying out of the sun in the hottest part of the day, usually 11-3 pm. We all need to wear block out the DMK Soleil Defence SPF50 and the Aspect DR envirostat on the go 50 SPF is the perfect non-greasy broad-spectrum protection. Remember to apply to the areas 20 minutes before exposure.

Fine line crème is the perfect skin food for after the summer months, it will restore, hydrate and it’s full of antioxidants, a fine line is perfect for all skins, even our younger skins are showing the signs of stress and ageing. A fine line is high in carotenoids and this is why darker skins ageless and look much younger than pale skins they have a higher rate of carotenoids.  We can add it to a DMK treatment or you can purchase Fine line Creme in the clinic.

We want to remind you that we are entering Autumn, and we must apply sunscreen every day. This is the perfect time to revise your skin back to its natural, healthy, bouncy glow. We look forward to seeing you in the clinic soon to talk to one of our DMK Skin Revision Technicians.

 

Exciting news!

We have so many great things happening right now! Our online booking system is up and running, you can now visit the website and book your own appointments. We also have our very own app coming which makes managing your online booking even easier, it will also have an amazing rewards system attached to it so stay tuned!!

 

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