Stop The Clock – Anti-Ageing

June 2, 2016 10:32 pm Published by

We all dread it. Getting old! We all have products in our bathroom that are ‘anti-ageing’ or ‘wrinkle combat’ in order for us to fight the signs of ageing. With anti-ageing products taking up a large part of the skin care market it can sometimes become overwhelming to choose what’s best for our skin and to tackle the ageing process.

Salon Treatments

Dermabrasion

In simple terms, dermabrasion ‘buffs and sands’ the surface layer of the skin, removing all the dead skin cells. Dermabrasion will use a wand instrument, which contains small grain to abraise the skin and remove any imperfections. This will help to reduce the appearance of fine line and wrinkles and also improve skin texture.
 

Facials

Regular skin facials and a quality skin care routine is also a positive way to combat the signs of ageing. The latest trend in the skin care market is products that are used as an alternative to Botox and Fillers. The Skin Boosters range by Juliette Armand offers just that, giving salons the opportunity to treat non-surgical Botox and Fillers without the need for needles or surgery. The non-surgical treatments will help to tighten skin as well as aiding in removing lines and wrinkles.

Home Care Products

Wrinkle Filler

Juliette Armand’s Skin Booster range offers products to combat wrinkles and improve the signs of ageing. Wrinkle Filler is one of the most popular products sold – combatting the lines and wrinkles direct. Wrinkle Filler is a cocktail of anti-ageing complex that is applied locally to the wrinkles aiming to fill them directly and reduce appearance.
 

Lift Antiwrinkle Serum

As we all know serums are a staple in our bathroom cabinet and beauty bags. This lifting serum is ideal for correcting wrinkles that are caused by facial muscle contractions. It’s cutting edge technology counterbalances the symptoms of hormone reduction which is often responsible for dull complexion, skin slackening and wrinkles. This serum is also used to reduce darker circles around the eye area.

 

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