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A topical medication may be prescribed by the doctor to minimise the production of melanin in the skin, either as a stand-alone treatment or as a preparation for chemical peeling or laser therapy, priming the skin to prevent post inflammatory complications or enhance the outcome of a peel or laser treatment.

Our skincare offering uses top anti-ageing ingredients throughout the product ranges.

Medical Grade Skincare

The gold-standard ingredient in skin care because of its

ability to completely transform your skin. When applied

topically, retinoids:

  • Stimulate the productions collagen making.

  • Works by increasing skin cell turnover.

  • Normalises cell function.

  • Prevents fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Improves texture and pigmentation.

  • Balances oil production.

  • Retinoids come in all different forms and strengths based on what would be best suited for everyone’s skin type.

  • Retinol makes your skin sensitive to UV rays and sunlight. It therefore may decrease its efficacy, so it’s always recommended to use as part of your night (PM) routine, while using an SPF during the day.

  • It is important to follow your prescribers’ instructions when first introducing vitamin A to your skin or when using it with other actives like vitamin C and AHA as some irritation may occur.

> Vitamin A - (Retinoids)

> Vitamin C - (Ascorbic Acid)

The skin’s most abundant antioxidant.

  • Brightens and evens out skin tone.

  • Builds collagen in the skin.

  • Fights against free-radical damage.

  • Protects the skin from pollution and UV.

  • Use before your SPF during the day.

> Peptides

Short chains of amino acids that create building blocks of protein in the skin

  • Strengthens the skin’s barrier function.

Maintains skin’s elasticity.

> Hyaluronic Acid - (HA)

A naturally occurring hydrator in the skin.

  • Topically, it supercharges your skin’s moisture levels to deliver immediate and long-term hydration in the skin.

  • Reinforces the skin’s protective barrier.

  • Hydrates by holding onto moisture.

> Alpha Hydroxy Acids- (AHA)

Water-soluble acids made from fruit or animal sourced acids.

  • Exfoliates skin.

  • Improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

  • Corrects and brightens your complexion.

  • Increases product absorption.

  • Prevents breakouts.

  • Promotes collagen growth and blood flow.

  • AHAs commonly used in products include citric acid, glycolic acid, hydroxy-caproic acid, hydroxy-caprylic acid, lactic acid, malic acid.

> Beta Hydroxy Acids- (BHA)

Salicylic acid is an oil-soluble acid.

  • Penetrates deep in the pore to remove dead skin cells and excess sebum. 

  • Used for acne and sun damage.

  • Has anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Used with sensitive skin.

Reduces rosacea-related redness

> Vitamin B3- (Niacinamide)

An essential nutrient for general skin health. 

  • Builds keratin (protein) in the skin keeping it firm and healthy.

  • Prevents environmental damage.

  • Helps your skin grow a ceramide (lipid) barrier which helps retain moisture.

  • Perfect for all skin types.  

  • Minimises the appearance of pores by keeping the skin moisturised and smooth.

  • Minimises redness and blotchiness.

  • Reduces inflammation for acne, eczema, rosacea.

  • Helps to reduce the amount of oil the sebaceous glands produce.

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