SKIN RE­NEWAL

DR MAU­REEN ALLEN FROM SKIN RE­NEWAL MED­I­CAL AES­THETIC CEN­TRE SHARES HER TOP FIVE PROD­UCTS FOR ACHIEV­ING YOUNGER FRESHER LOKKING SKIN

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - SKIN SCIENCE -

when it comes to keep­ing your skin look­ing young, re­freshed and healthy, Dr Mau­reen Allem says the se­cret is ‘to en­sure that we keep the skin cells turn­ing over at the same rate as young skin, which is roughly ev­ery 28 days’.

As we ma­ture, the rate of cell re­plen­ish­ment slows down but there are ac­tive in­gre­di­ents that can speed up the process. Mau­reen ad­vises the use of retinoids and ex­fo­liants: ‘Retinoids play an es­sen­tial role in nor­mal skin func­tion­ing and lev­els are de­pleted daily. With age, many of the nor­mal pro­cesses that keep skin look­ing young and healthy de­cline and, as such, the sup­ple­men­ta­tion of the skin with an ac­tive retinoid al­ter­na­tive will show ef­fec­tive re­sults,’ she says.

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