Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Sk:n Sk:n Sk:n

As I am getting (dare I say it) older, my skin is one of the things that I want to keep in as good a condition as possible. Sometimes it's easy to be lazy and just take my makeup off with a wipe but I do try to cleanse, tone and moisturise most of the time. If I don't have time to fully cleanse and tone I make sure my skin is clear and fully moisturised at least. One thing I always do is make sure my skin is make up free before I go to bed, this is such an important factor in keeping your skin in tip top condition and pores free of dirt. 

I've always been curious about taking skin care a little bit further and I would definitely consider  some professional skin treatments such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion and I would even possibly consider botox down the line.  By having some professional skin treatments such as these I feel I would be giving my skin a well needed boost and would hopefully look rejuvenated, brighter and more youthful. 





One of the clinics that offer these treatments is Sk:n, these clinics are situated in many different locations meaning they are accessible and they all offer a wide range of treatments so depending on the results desired there will be something that will appeal to everyone. Within the Sk:n clinics you will treated by experienced doctors and dedicated staff to ensure that you feel confident and at ease when you are receiving the treatment, Sk:n clinics are using clinically proven methods and technologies so you can be reassured that you are getting the best treatment available. 

Sk:n Clinic Exterior (Image courtesy of Sk:n)
As mentioned above one of the treatments that I would be interested to try in the future are chemical skin peels (chemical peel prices in link). Having read lots of good things about them it would be interesting to see if they do what they say they should do. With the promise of brighter skin and looking more youthful who wouldn't be intrigued!

Skin peels work by removing dead skin cells and encouraging new ones to grow which in turn leads to fresher skin and a youthful glow. Chemical peels are designed to revitalise the skin by reducing the damage caused by ageing and over exposure to the sun.

The peels work by applying a non toxic chemical solution and gently rubbing it into the skin to remove the top layer, this encourages the collagen production and cell renewal which then reveals a younger and more youthful complexion, the whole process is simple and pain free. Skin and chemical peels vary in cost from £60 for an exfoliating glycolic peel to £393.75 for a Jessner and InnerPeel. For more information you can view the price list and product  information by clicking here.

Would you consider a chemical peel or something similar?

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12 comments:

  1. These treatments sound very interesting but very new.

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    1. I think they have been around a while but are quite specialised. Thanks for the comment Nayna! x

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  2. I have just turned a year older and starting to think about the moisturises I'm using and if I should start using anti aging products. I do like the sound of the peel, but it doesn't seem like something I would actually go through with, especially with the price tag. I do know someone who went for the microdermabrasion and liked it! :)

    meimei xx
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    1. I quite fancy microdermabrasion too, would be interesting to see the results X

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  3. The only time I experienced any type of skin peeling treatment which wasn't really skin peeling was in Turkey when I had a hammam but that is when the grime rubs off your skin.

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    1. I see, sounds interesting thing to experience hun X

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  4. I think if I had very lined skin or acne scars I would consider it.

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    1. Thanks for the comment Mellissa I reckon it would definitely help with that! x

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  5. I have the face of a ten year old so I don't need to think about anything like this yet but I definitely will consider it once I start getting wrinkles!

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    1. Haha rub it in why don't you ;-) I wish my skin was like that! x

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  6. great post!! sounds really interesting
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