When it comes to reversing the signs of skin ageing, Retinol is hands down the industry's gold standard ingredient. It has the power to help accelerate skin renewal and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and age spots for firmer, smoother and more evenly-toned skin.

But what many people don't know about Retinol is that it is a highly-reactive molecule, meaning it can break down – and lose its potency – as soon as it is exposed to sunlight or air.

microencapsulated retinol for maximum anti-ageing

At Dermalogica, we use advanced microencapsulation technology to help stabilise Retinol and ensure its maximum potency. This approach protects the Retinol from degrading as soon as it is exposed, enabling it to deliver superior results.

Microencapsulated Retinol also creates an invisible shield on the skin's surface to help reduce moisture loss, which is critical for reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. You can find this technology in Age Reversal Eye Complex, Overnight Re...

What is CryoPen?

CryoPen is a fast, safe and effective solution for removing unwanted skin imperfections.

The CryoPen emits a fine jet of nitrous oxide under high pressure allowing the therapist to work with millimetre precision. This destroys the tissue by freezing - cryotherapy, with no damage to surrounding tissue. It is incredibly accurate and practical.

Cosmetic procedures such as skin tags, milia and cherry angiomas are no longer treated on the NHS by your GP. With CryoPen we can now carry out these procedures in the salon.

What can CryoPen treat?

CryoPen offers ideal treatment for:

  • Skin tags

  • Solar lentigos

  • Age spots

  • Milia

  • Warts

  • Viral verrucae

  • Cherry angiomas

Skin Tags 

The medical name for skin tags is acrochordons. They are usually small and flesh coloured although some may appear brownish. They can sometimes be mistaken for warts but are generally less hard in texture.

Skin tags are very common and usually harmless, but as with any skin lesion, it i...

This highly - active resurfacer delivers your smoothest skin ever and helps fight biochemical and environmental triggers known to accelerate skin ageing.

The Daily Superfoliant, which is not to be confused with its rice-based, best-selling predecessor, the Daily Microfoliant, is the brand's answer to the rise of anti-pollution products we've seen within the last year. "While similar in form, the Superfoliant and Microfoliant couldn't be more different," says Diana Howard, vice president of research and development for Dermalogica. "Daily Superfoliant resurfaces skin and helps prevent premature signs of pollution-related aging, while Daily Microfoliant is known for its smoothing and brightening capabilities."

Dermalogica's new exfoliator, which is finely grained in texture, boasts the pollutant-absorbing ingredient activated binchotan charcoal powder (another ingredient we've seen sky-rocket in use in 2016) to extract dirt and oil; rice bran, which gives the powder its grit; anti-inf...

 

The delicate eye area is taking quite a hammering at the moment not only from environmental challenges, which play havoc on our eyes. A common cause of redness and itchiness around the eyes is hay fever (allergic rhinitis), occurring mostly in spring and summer. Or it may be atopic dermatitis caused by the inhalation of allergens, such as pollen, dust or animal fur, which trigger inflammation.

We’re also in the era of the ‘super lash’, just about every other person is wearing eye lash extensions or false lashes, or using eye growth serums—all of which can be quite irritating and sensitizing to the eyes.

 

Here are some easy things that can be done to care for red, itchy eyes.

 

1. Ensure makeup is removed thoroughly using a very gentle, fragrance and S.D. alcohol free eye makeup remover. It will need to be water soluble to ensure that all traces of the product and makeup is leaving no residue (perfect for the contact lens wearer). Choose one with the added benefit of built-in lash conditio...

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