Advice from SkinBase™ – the UK’s leading microdermabrasion treatment – on reducing the appearance of pigmentation and skin blemishes.
It’s Friday and we don’t know about you, but we. are. exhausted. Anyone else look in the mirror today expecting to see a face which echoed that Friday feeling and left feeling sorely disappointed at the bags, break outs and dull skin staring back at them?
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Rosacea, or facial flushing, is when parts of your face including nose and cheeks are constantly red. It may be that you have raised, itchy bumps or pustules and broken capillaries, or you may just flush red with certain ‘triggers.’ So if rosacea is leaving you red in the face, literally, it’s time to try these tips for yourself.
Photorejuvenation is the broad term used to describe the treatment of photo-ageing which includes wrinkles, pigmentation and age spots. IPL treatment encourages the skin to repair itself and produce new cells and increase its collagen production.
One of the places most susceptible to uneven pigmentation is the face. Sun damage, contraceptive use and pregnancy can all lead to patches of uneven pigmentation that we want to cover up. Well, let us tell you about another solution! SkinBase treatments can be very effective, here’s a bit more about it…
Vitamin A can clear up acne, brighten your skin, fight wrinkles and improve pigmentation problems. We’ve selected four of the best food sources of Vitamin A, so why not try adding more of them into your diet and we guarantee they’ll make a big difference to your skin!
Uneven skin tone is caused by the production of too much melanin. The scientific name for this is hyperpigmentation. One of the most common causes of hyperpigmentation is sun damage. Another cause of hyperpigmentation is skin injury or scarring which is called post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation.