Better than botox for anti-ageing
While age-related skin changes are inevitable, lifestyle choices and good skincare can help you minimise the visible signs of ageing. Staying well-hydrated, limiting sun exposure, sleeping well, reducing stress, eating a balanced diet full of antioxidants and healthy oils are all beneficial in keeping our skin youthful and healthy.
OUR SKINCARE PRACTITIONER
Mike Reid, specialises in skin health. For years, Mike has worked in skincare clinics addressing both acute and chronic skin conditions. He combines naturopathy, nutrition, herbs and supplements, personalised practitioner skincare products, and cosmetic acupuncture to enhance the results you can achieve with all types of skin conditions.
We can undergo a range of medical and surgical anti-ageing procedures in our quest to retain youthful-looking skin. But these are not without risk. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) cosmetic acupuncture is a safer alternative that addresses both signs of ageing and your overall skin health. It works by increasing blood flow and circulation to your face and stimulating natural collagen production to restore your skin’s structure, elasticity and a youthful glow.
TCM cosmetic acupuncture is used to assist:
- fine lines and wrinkles
- sagging skin
- a dull complexion
- bags under the eyes
- hydration of your skin from the inside
- and skin conditions such as acne, cellulite and rosacea.
WHAT YOU PUT ON YOUR SKIN CAN AGE YOU TOO
Did you know there are products in your bathroom that can dry, irritate and age your skin? Everyday things we use, such as soap, shampoo, body lotion, deodorant, makeup and perfume, may contain synthetic chemical ingredients that are harmful to your skin and your health. To protect yourself from harm – make sure you use natural, chemical-free ingredients. There are two great websites you can investigate ingredients in the products you use:
Toxic Beauty Documentary
Website link: www.toxicbeautydoc.com/the-film