The importance of Skin Hydration

It is important to hydrate your skin for overall skin health. Dehydrated skin can feel rough, flaky, and tight. It can also lead to other skin problems such as itching, inflammation, and acne. 

Keeping skin hydrated and healthy can be done many ways, including drinking plenty of water and using moisturizers and lotions.  Following a healthy diet and maintaining good lifestyle habits will serve you well long term.

Protecting Our Skin in Summer

Most of us have a skincare regime, and sun protection should be up there close to the top if not the number one thing you do in your routine. When you spend extended periods of time in the sun without sunscreen, the sun’s harmful UV rays can cause damage. This damage can lead to visible signs of aging like dark spots and wrinkles down the line.

The importance of Vitamin D 

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that plays a vital role in maintaining healthy bones and teeth. It helps in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus, which are important for bone growth and mineralization. It also contributes to a healthy immune system, reducing the risk of infections and autoimmune diseases. Vitamin D has been linked to the prevention of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and certain cancers. It is also known to improve mood and decrease the risk of depression.

So, while we need Vitamin D naturally from the Sun, we also have to be careful about our sun exposure. The ideal range of Vitamin D in a healthy person is between 1000 and 2000 IU daily. When put into normal terms, this works out at around 20-30 minutes of sun exposure  – without sunscreen – 3 times a week for fair-skinned individuals.

Remember, wearing sunscreen does NOT put you at risk for Vitamin D deficiency.

How can we stop the signs of aging for you?

With the help of dermal fillers and Hydroboosters we can recreate that youthful look, and reenergise your skin so you can feel beautiful and healthy.

How can Hydroboosters help?

Hyaluronic hydroboosters, such as Profhilo, are a type of skincare treatment that have become increasingly popular in recent years. They are designed to hydrate and plump the skin by providing it with a boost of moisture.

The main ingredient in Hydroboosters is hyaluronic acid, a naturally occurring substance in the body that helps to keep the skin hydrated and healthy. By adding this ingredient to skincare products, manufacturers are able to create a product that is specifically designed to hydrate the skin.

One of the benefits of Hydroboosters is that they are suitable for all skin types, including oily and acne-prone skin. They are lightweight and easily absorbed, and they won’t leave your skin feeling greasy or heavy.

Hydroboosters can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. By hydrating the skin, they can plump up the skin cells, which can make lines and wrinkles less noticeable.

We are so confident that Hydroboosters are a great investment for anyone looking to improve the hydration and overall health of their skin.

Lanluma can fight Ageing

The décolletage is the area that encompasses the neck and the chest, and is often forgotten when it comes to skincare. Even the most strict routines with sunscreen never completely cover this area. An easy way to protect the décolletage is by ensuring you take your sunscreen all the way down to your chest area. Vitamin C will help with pigmentation while products with ceramides will repair the skin’s natural barrier and lock in hydration.

Lanluma is Refine Clinic’s newest product. It can reduce wrinkles and the appearance of veins the back of your hands and can also revitalise your neck and chest area. It’s collagen stimulator works in a totally different way to traditional dermal fillers, as it is a distinctive collagen treatment, which reduces lines, wrinkles and folds in a gradual and subtle way. This helps to replenish the body’s own collagen and restore lost volume.



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