What is aging? Scientifically speaking, skin aging involves intrinsic aging (natural degradation of the dermal cells and surrounding tissues) and extrinsic aging (photo-aging, environmental aging). 

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Enzymes in skincare promote an effective exfoliation of your skin giving you that fresh and youthful glow. Some enzymes are protein molecules that can act as exfoliants while others can protect the skin from environmental stress and damage.

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 A few of the ingredients you may have noticed popping up on skincare products include vitamin c, AHA, and BHA. These terms appear quite abstract, but in this post, we will break down what they are and how they work. Keep reading to learn what vitamin c, and an AHA and BHA can do for your skin.

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One of the ways to help combat age associated skin sagging and drooping is Indiba Radiofrequency. This can do several things for you.

  1. Bio-stimulation - Activates metabolism, collagen and fibroblasts
  2. Microcirculation - Boosts metabolism, blood flow and drainage
  3. Hyper-activation - Detoxifies tissues, eliminates fat and regenerates collagen

The goal of the treatment is to give your skin better oxygen flow to minimise fluid retention. In addition, deep fat cells are shrunk, and toxins are flushed out. The combination of these treatments helps counteract some of the sagging that is caused by aging.

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In the skincare world, summer means a greater exposure to harmful UV rays and an increase in daily SPF products.  Take this time to learn some of the best skincare tips for the sunny season. Here is how to do your summer skincare routine for clear and glowing skin.

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Micro-needling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure ideal for targeting a wide range of skin concerns. It helps boost your skins health, appearance, and resistance from increasing collagen production. It is also commonly referred to as collagen induction therapy. 

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