Healthy skin is not only reliant on a healthy lifestyle, but on the way your treat it. A good skin care range is essential to maintain a healthy glow and combat the signs of ageing. So what ingredients should you find in your skin care range to help turn back the effects of time and environmental damage?

 

 

  1. Vitamin A
    Anti-acne properties
    Improves the texture of aged and photo-damaged skin
    Improves skin discolouration
    Promotes new collagen synthesis
  2. Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide)
    Normalises sebum production helping to treat acne
    Anti-inflammatory properties assist skin healing
    Decreases epidermal discolorations, redness and sallowness
  3. Vitamin B5
    Significantly improves skin hydration levels
    Plumps and hydrates fine lines and wrinkles, anti-ageing
    Antioxidant protection
    Supports wound repair and calms reactive skin
  4. Vitamin C
    Co-factor for new collagen synthesis
    Potent antioxidant, aids detoxification and skin healing
    Stimulates epidermal cell renewal, lightening pigmentation
  5. AHA/BHA
    Increases cell turnover to reveal younger looking skin
    Eliminate aged epidermal cells
    Enhances penetration of antioxidant serums
  6. UVA/UVB SPF 50+ block
    Possibly the most important ingredient!
    Protects your skin from the harsh UVA and UVB rays that cause photo-damage and accelerate ageing

Great news, Dr. Jodie is now stocking The Skin Care Company product range which meets all these requirements and more. This Australian owned company has developed medical grade and cosmeceutical skin care containing clinically proven active ingredients for safety and efficacy. It has highly active serums with no added preservatives, fragrances or synthetic fillers. It is affordable and great value for money with large product sizes available. It is easy to follow with fuss free skin care regimes. And best of all, it is cruelty free and not tested on animals. Dr. Jodie is experienced in skin care and rejuvenation and will monitor your skin health and progress over time.