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Tuesday, 02 December 2014 14:39

Caring for Dry Winter Skin

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Winter cold, wind and snow leads to dry, scaly winter skin. Add some dry indoor heat and your skin can feel uncomfortably rough and itchy. Areas on the body that typically experience winter itch are the sides of the torso and back. For anyone susceptible to breakouts your skin can also over produce oil because of the lack of moisture.

Friday, 14 November 2014 20:02

Its Peel Season

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Peels safely remove the outer most top layers of the epidermis that has become  damaged by time and the environment: dull, wrinkled, scarred, pigmented, or otherwise unhealthy skin.  Here at Institut' DERMed we do this using exfoliants and natural peel agents as well as create an environment for healing and nurturing new skin cells.

Important notes if you are considering a peel:
Professional peels are stronger than anything you can buy over the counter. They require training and skill to use, and all peels should be overseen by an experienced and clinically trained esthetician.

Wednesday, 08 October 2014 15:44

The Humble Pumpkin and Your Skin

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The Benefits of Pumpkin

The humble pumpkin, a backyard vegetable that contains enzymes, vitamin A, C and K, iron, zinc and so many antioxidants it's no wonder it's considered one of nature’s healthiest foods. Those ingredients that make the great pumpkin top of the health food aficonado's list are also just as nourishing to the skin when applied topically.

Plant enzymes, such as those found in pumpkin, soften and break down dead skin leaving your complexion feeling and looking smooth and radiant. Pumkin enzyme treatments are particularly good for people with acne, and because enzymes also help collagen production they are a very popular choice for people desiring aging skin prevention. By exfoliating the dead cells on the surface of the skin we encourage cell turnover at a healthy rate.

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