Immaculate Complexion

By The COZmedics Team - Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Clear, fresh, natural skin is one of the latest Hollywood trends. Dry surface cells, brown spots, pigmentation, broken capillaries and surface imperfections all contribute to a dull complexion.

So how does one achieve an immaculate complexion?

The reality is that it takes a multi-factorial approach, considering your skin health from the inside out.

Skin cells begin in the dermal layer, and therefore it is equally important to treat both the deeper and surface levels of your skin.

A range of therapeutic laser and light treatments are available to assist with skin brightening, reducing redness, improving skin tone and reducing surface imperfections associated with photo-damage.

Some of these treatments have no down time, whilst others require just a couple of days of careful camouflage make up. Deeper ablative laser treatments require more specific recovery periods of ‘social’ downtime.

Winter is the perfect time of year to consider the range of light and laser treatments available to you and these can be tailored to your specific treatment goals and social calendar requirements.

It is equally important to ensure that you provide the skin with the nourishment and protection it needs. A good hydration product, gentle, (appropriate to your skin type) exfoliation regime and sun protection product are essential components for all skin types, regardless of your age, gender or ethnicity.

Additional products that increase collagen production and work to increase skin cell turnover are also important components to managing one’s complexion.

At COZmedics our team will work with you to understand your skin concerns and help you to achieve your complexion goals.


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