March’s skincare advice from Emily Jamieson.

Does your skin feel dry, itchy, and just all around blah during the colder months?

Winter is a common time for our skin to not feel its best and New England is an especially tough climate. Cold temperatures can cause an array of skin sensitivities and allergies and indoor heating dries us out. Now is the best time to give your skin some extra attention!

Almost every skin ailment from dryness and dullness to acne and rosacea can be traced back to a depletion in skin’s essential Vitamin A. Our skin is constantly being depleted of Vitamin A due to sun exposure, past UV damage, pollution, diet, and stress – and winter is often when you’re noticing this depletion the most. By replacing these lost vitamins, you can begin to breath new life into your skin.

So how do you restore your skin with Vitamin A? Topical serums and moisturisers are the best way to target the problem at its source. Each time I treat a new client, I make sure Vitamin A is the first step in their new routine.   Here are just a few of the benefits to make sure you have glowing, healthy, and resilient skin year round:

  • Fat Soluble Vitamin A – This form is so effective, you can use it twice daily and during sun exposure
  • Stimulates the production of Collagen & Fibroblasts resulting in plumper skin and a reduction in fine lines
  • Regulates oil production and balance, giving you that healthy glow
  • Calms redness and irritation which is all too common in the winter
  • Helps to regulate hormonal activity that causes cystic acne
  • Antioxidants and Peptides help to fight free radical damage and hyperpigmentation

Book an Advanced Environ Skin Treatment with me and receive 10% off your first Environ product. Together, we can assess your skin’s needs and set up an at home routine to get your skin feeling hydrated and healthy!  Offer end March 31, 2018.