How often do you recommend having treatments and what can I expect as a result?
A by-weekly professional care routine is advisable to ensure your skin looks and feels as great as it possibly can. However I appreciate we don’t live in a perfect world and modern women combine many roles – they travel through continents for work, endure sleepless nights with their children and run marathons to support a social cause. Women are carrying a lot these days! That’s why I work within the time available trying to achieve as much as possible. At the same time, if you manage to commit to a regular professional care routine you will definitely see the results: you skin will be toned and have a healthy colour, fine lines will be minimized or even erased, the facial muscles will fight gravitation and support the ideal face oval, and even medical facial treatments such as fillers will work much better on your skin. Think of it as a regular exercise at the gym – once you know how great it feels to be fit, you don’t want to be otherwise. Even more so, due to the beauty industry achievements, women look younger for much longer comparing to our mothers and grandmothers. A 40 years old woman is not considered “mature” anymore, she’s a young and active woman. Advanced facial care helps women to match how they look with how the feel about themselves.
How do I make sure I’m doing my best to prolong youthfully looking skin?
I always advocate a mild chronological approach. If you’re a 25 years old woman, you’re probably usign cleansing, creams, and masks. If these are not enough, you could add a serum to your facial ritual. After 28 years you could add active serums and a derma-roller to make sure the serum’s elements are delivered to the deeper skin layers. At 28 years the growth of the organism stops and all you need to do is to maintain a healthy skin look and texture. At 35 years old, unfortunately, some aging processes start off and so you may consider stronger treatments such as peelings and acids. It’s worth paying attention to seasonality too – for example, autumn is notoriously bad for good looks so an extra effort may be needed.
There’re so many beauty products on the market, I’m not sure how to choose the best ones for me
I would recommend consulting your facial therapist because this is the person who knows your skin and who is well aware what is available on the market. Ideally, your everyday home routine should be a natural part of your 360 degrees skin care. Let’s say you use a cleanser, toner, moisturizer and a serum at home. Knowing what you’re already using, your therapist would advise you to include so called transformative products in your daily ritual from time to time – for example, creams with acids or retinol. She will then complete it with a regular professional care to make sure your skin is maintained through the year.
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