Why does our skin age?

As we age it is natural that our skin does, too.  Our skin is particularly susceptible to ageing prematurely as a result of nutritional and external factors, such as sunlight.

The good news is that we can slow the process through highly-calibrated treatments and specialist products that do more than just prevent but actively repair the damage caused to our skin.

At the age of 25, the body stops producing collagen & elastin. The primary function of these is to keep our skin taut, plump and wrinkle-free so any degradation is quickly apparent.

Treatment combined with nutrition.

Skin is the last organ in our body to receive nutrients, which means that it often goes without the key nutritional components it needs.  While we can affect our skin with our diet, topical and penetrative products readily help our skin to rejuvenate.

Alongside our signature treatments, we recommend nutrition supplements of hyaluronic acid and collagen protein. We also use high-grade serums that contain great quality hyaluronic acid, peptides, ceramides, growth factors, and vitamin A and C to stimulate cell renewal and fight the damage caused by free radicals.

When should I start?

Anti-ageing treatments are effective at any age.  However, by starting in your 20s and 30s you will boost the natural collagen production and slow down the visible signs of ageing.