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Microcurrent -

Q. What is a microcurrent massage? A. Actually it is not a massage at all. There is no “massage” movements that we used to: no tapping, clapping or percussive strokes. The massage part does not produce any mechanical movements.

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Microdermabrasion -

  Q. What is microdermabrasion?         A. MD – is the removal of the top layer of skin. It can be archived in a few different ways such as the use of chemicals (AHA and Enzyme Peels), by the evaporation of the top layer utilizing laser techniques or by using mechanical abrasion – crystal, hydro or diamond microdermabrasion.   Q. How does it work?   A. Our skin produces new cells all the time. They go through their own life circle and eventually fall off although this shedding process is not OPTIMAL. All cells are “glued” together...

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We know what is the easiest way to supply vitamin D to our skin - it's sunlight. It is a great supplier during for summer months, but in the wintertime, the Vitamin C level can drop. The body will be in a short supply and it will cut all unnecessary spending, ignoring the skin as the least important. It does not sound like a big deal until we look deeper and learn the role of vitamin D in the skin cells' metabolism. You probably noticed that light suntan gives your skin a nice healthy glow. The skin feels tighter and looks younger. That is...

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Do not miss the cold season to start the renovation of your skin - colder air and less sun are the perfect conditions. Winter is the busiest season for cosmetology. It is time for dermabrasion and any other peeling procedures to build up glowing skin. Follow up with a whitening treatment to achieve even color, getting rid of dark spots and excessive melanin.   If you haven't thought about planning your winter skincare schedule yet, it is a good time to start. We chose the most effective and DIY- friendly beauty products that will bring you the best results. Start with Exfoliation...

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Vitamin C serum and UV Light The use of Vitamin C in cosmetics became such a usual practice that nobody thinks much about it. Serums with Vitamin C are just one of many common products on the market that often contain the other active ingredients to enhance the skin. But do you actually know how to use Vitamin C skincare properly? How does it interact with the skin? Here is some information to help us to understand Vitamin C cosmetics better. Vitamin C in the body plays an important role in collagen synthesis. Collagen is an essential building material for all our organs, including the skin. It is transported by the bloodstream...

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