Happy skin, happy within

by Sara Birer January 21, 2017

The importance of skincare is often overlooked. There are copious benefits in developing a regular skincare routine which consists of cleansing, toning and hydrating. The skin is a living breathing organ and reflects the bodies overall wellbeing and health. 

Cleansing is the first step of a skincare regime and involves the removal of congestion such as dirt, bacteria and dead skin cells. The clean skin will produce regular PH levels and allow natural oils to reach the skins surface, breaking through buildup of foreign bodies. Failure to cleanse can result in acne, infections, dryness or irritations. Cleansing also facilitates anti ageing cycles which is a significant long term benefit. 

Toner is essential within a skincare regime in removing excess grime left after the cleansing process, preparing the skin to subsequently moisturised. It also balances complexion by maintaining consistency between oily and dry areas of the skin through detoxification. Toner will therefore make the skin look even, minimise inflammation and repair the surface of the skin. 

Hydrating is the final step of a basic skincare routine. Overnight, the skin can become dehydrated during the 'repair mode'. Applying a hydrator will add vitamins and nutrients to the skin to enhance repair whilst replenishing lost moisture. As 75% of the human body is water, the skin will show the signs of lack of hydration through wrinkles, dullness or flaking. 

Sweet Fern Ballarat can provide tailored Aesop skincare regimes, as every individual requires different approaches based on skin type. We cannot turn back time, but can maintain healthy skin from this point on. Consistency is key in creating constantly rejuvenated and well nourished skin.

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