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AGE MANAGEMENT

Age Management skin concerns refer to the natural changes and challenges that our skin experiences as we age. As we grow older, our skin undergoes various transformations due to factors such as a decrease in collagen and elastin production, slower cell turnover, and environmental exposure over time.

While these changes are natural and inevitable, there are effective skincare and lifestyle practices that can help manage and minimise the signs of ageing. A proactive Age Management skincare routine can include key active ingredients to support skin youthfulness. 

Common Age Management concerns may include:

Wrinkles and Fine Lines

These are a natural part of the ageing process and often appear in areas of frequent facial expressions.

Loss of Elasticity

With age, the skin may lose its firmness and elasticity, resulting in sagging or drooping, especially in the cheeks and jawline.

Uneven Skin Tone

Age spots and uneven pigmentation may develop due to sun exposure over the years.

Dryness and Dehydration

Ageing skin tends to have reduced oil production and may experience increased dryness and dehydration or TEWL (Transepidermal Water Loss).

Thinning of the Skin

As we age, the skin’s structure weakens, leading to thinner and more fragile skin.

Wrinkles and Fine Lines

These are a natural part of the ageing process and often appear in areas of frequent facial expressions.

Loss of Elasticity

With age, the skin may lose its firmness and elasticity, resulting in sagging or drooping, especially in the cheeks and jawline.

Uneven Skin Tone

Age spots and uneven pigmentation may develop due to sun exposure over the years.

Dryness and Dehydration

Ageing skin tends to have reduced oil production and may experience increased dryness and dehydration or TEWL (Transepidermal Water Loss).

Thinning of the Skin

As we age, the skin’s structure weakens, leading to thinner and more fragile skin.

Ageing gracefully requires a little more attention on: 

Sun Protection

Regularly using sunscreen to protect the skin from harmful UV rays and help prevent further sun damage and pigmentation issues. UVA & UVB exposure causes early cellular death = advance ageing, we need to protect our skin cells and our youth.

Hydration

Properly hydrating the skin will have immense impacts on skin health! Cell hydration plays a crucial role in maintaining skin health and overall well-being, essential for the optimal functioning of skin cells. Here’s how cell hydration impacts skin health:
  • Moisture Barrier Function: The skin’s outermost layer, known as the stratum corneum, acts as a protective barrier against external aggressors. When skin cells are well-hydrated, this barrier function is strengthened, helping to prevent moisture loss and protect the skin from environmental factors like pollutants and irritants.
  • Skin Elasticity and Firmness: Adequate hydration contributes to the skin’s elasticity and firmness. Hydrated skin cells are plumper and better able to maintain their structure, leading to a smoother and more supple appearance.
  • Reduction of Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Dehydrated skin can accentuate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Proper cell hydration can help soften these lines, making the skin look smoother and more youthful.
  • Skin Tone and Texture: Hydrated skin cells promote a more even skin tone and smoother texture. When skin is dehydrated, it will appear dull, rough, and uneven.
  • Wound Healing: Hydration is essential for the skin’s natural wound healing process. Well-hydrated skin cells can regenerate more effectively, helping to repair damage caused by wounds, acne, or other skin conditions.
  • Oil Balance: Dehydration can sometimes trigger the skin to overproduce oil as a compensatory mechanism, leading to potential acne breakouts. Proper hydration can help balance oil production and maintain a healthier complexion.
  • Nutrient Transport: Hydrated cells allow for better transportation of essential nutrients to the skin, ensuring it receives the nourishment needed to stay healthy and function optimally.
  • To maintain skin health and hydration, it’s essential to drink an adequate amount of water daily, use hydrating skincare products, and adopt a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Products that contain hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and ceramides can also support skin hydration and overall well-being. Additionally, using barrier creams to protect the skin from environmental exposure, help prevent moisture loss and maintain healthy skin cells.

Antioxidant-Rich Products

Antioxidants like vitamin C and E help neutralise free radicals, which contribute to premature ageing.

Retinoids and Peptides

These ingredients support collagen production, minimise fine lines, and improve skin texture.

Regular Exfoliation

Gentle exfoliation promotes cell turnover and reveals fresher, smoother skin.

Sun Protection

Regularly using sunscreen to protect the skin from harmful UV rays and help prevent further sun damage and pigmentation issues. UVA & UVB exposure causes early cellular death = advance ageing, we need to protect our skin cells and our youth.

Hydration

Properly hydrating the skin will have immense impacts on skin health! Cell hydration plays a crucial role in maintaining skin health and overall well-being, essential for the optimal functioning of skin cells. Here’s how cell hydration impacts skin health:
  • Moisture Barrier Function: The skin’s outermost layer, known as the stratum corneum, acts as a protective barrier against external aggressors. When skin cells are well-hydrated, this barrier function is strengthened, helping to prevent moisture loss and protect the skin from environmental factors like pollutants and irritants.
  • Skin Elasticity and Firmness: Adequate hydration contributes to the skin’s elasticity and firmness. Hydrated skin cells are plumper and better able to maintain their structure, leading to a smoother and more supple appearance.
  • Reduction of Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Dehydrated skin can accentuate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Proper cell hydration can help soften these lines, making the skin look smoother and more youthful.
  • Skin Tone and Texture: Hydrated skin cells promote a more even skin tone and smoother texture. When skin is dehydrated, it will appear dull, rough, and uneven.
  • Wound Healing: Hydration is essential for the skin’s natural wound healing process. Well-hydrated skin cells can regenerate more effectively, helping to repair damage caused by wounds, acne, or other skin conditions.
  • Oil Balance: Dehydration can sometimes trigger the skin to overproduce oil as a compensatory mechanism, leading to potential acne breakouts. Proper hydration can help balance oil production and maintain a healthier complexion.
  • Nutrient Transport: Hydrated cells allow for better transportation of essential nutrients to the skin, ensuring it receives the nourishment needed to stay healthy and function optimally.
  • To maintain skin health and hydration, it’s essential to drink an adequate amount of water daily, use hydrating skincare products, and adopt a balanced diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Products that contain hydrating ingredients like hyaluronic acid, glycerin, and ceramides can also support skin hydration and overall well-being. Additionally, using barrier creams to protect the skin from environmental exposure, help prevent moisture loss and maintain healthy skin cells.

Antioxidant-Rich Products

Antioxidants like vitamin C and E help neutralise free radicals, which contribute to premature ageing.

Retinoids and Peptides

These ingredients support collagen production, minimise fine lines, and improve skin texture.

Regular Exfoliation

Gentle exfoliation promotes cell turnover and reveals fresher, smoother skin.

We can work with you to create a personalised Age Management skin plan by combining effective products at home, with tailored professional treatments to revise and maintain the health and vitality of your skin.

We offer some of the best age management products and treatments designed specifically to address various signs of ageing.

Some popular treatment options can include Medical Micro Needling, Remodeling Procedures (revise 10 years in 10 days), DMK Enzyme Therapy, IPL, Carbon Laser Facials, DMK Express Bar Treatments, Advance Skin Programs, Skin Memberships, Supplements, and Gut Support. 

Here are just a few:

EFA Ultra

A supplement containing essential fatty acids that support skin health and hydration from within.

Beta Gel

A soothing gel enriched with botanical ingredients to help reduce redness and inflammation, often associated with ageing. It is also a key product to multiply the Fibroblast Cell, responsible for the production of Elastin & Collagen.

Direct Delivery Vitamin C Serum

A lightweight serum rich in vitamin C, which provides antioxidant support and brightens the skin’s complexion. Vitamin C is the key ingredient required by the Fibroblast Cell to produce Elastin & Collagen.

Revitosin

A night cream designed to assist with skin revision and rejuvenation. Formulated with a blend of ingredients, including vitamin A (retinol), vitamin C, and botanical extracts. These ingredients work together to support skin health, promote cellular turnover, and improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin texture. The presence of retinol in Revitosin makes it particularly effective in addressing signs of ageing and helping to reduce the appearance of photoaging.

TransGenesis

A potent age management cream designed to help improve the appearance of ageing skin, targeting fine lines and wrinkles, and supporting overall skin health.

Wetter Than Water

A super hydrating spray designed to enhance skin hydration and support the skin’s natural barrier function.

EFA Ultra

A supplement containing essential fatty acids that support skin health and hydration from within.

Beta Gel

A soothing gel enriched with botanical ingredients to help reduce redness and inflammation, often associated with ageing. It is also a key product to multiply the Fibroblast Cell, responsible for the production of Elastin & Collagen.

Direct Delivery Vitamin C Serum

A lightweight serum rich in vitamin C, which provides antioxidant support and brightens the skin’s complexion. Vitamin C is the key ingredient required by the Fibroblast Cell to produce Elastin & Collagen.

Revitosin

A night cream designed to assist with skin revision and rejuvenation. Formulated with a blend of ingredients, including vitamin A (retinol), vitamin C, and botanical extracts. These ingredients work together to support skin health, promote cellular turnover, and improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and uneven skin texture. The presence of retinol in Revitosin makes it particularly effective in addressing signs of ageing and helping to reduce the appearance of photoaging.

TransGenesis

A potent age management cream designed to help improve the appearance of ageing skin, targeting fine lines and wrinkles, and supporting overall skin health.

Wetter Than Water

A super hydrating spray designed to enhance skin hydration and support the skin’s natural barrier function.

Please remember that the effectiveness of any skincare product can vary from person to person, depending on the individual skin’s concerns, needs, and commitment. If you’re considering using advanced age management products, we recommend consulting with our skincare professionals for an individualised skin care prescription. We can assess your skin health and provide personalised recommendations for home care and professional treatments, to address your specific ageing concerns effectively and safely.

If you would like to address your Age Management concerns or wish to discuss advanced age revision options, consider a First Time Enzyme Treatment to experience Paramedical Skin Care and determine the best approach for your specific case

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