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Cell Renewal

Newsletter June 2019 1Cell Renewal

Cell turnover or Cell Renewal Factor is the process by which our skin produces new skin cells which travel from the lowest layer of the epidermis to the top layer and then shed off the skin. This is what keeps dead cells from building up on the skins surface.

 

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Hydration

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Transepidermal water loss takes place when water passes from the dermis through the epidermis and evaporates from the skin’s surface.
Circumstances such as injury, low-humidity weather conditions and topically applied products that dry out the skin can impact TEWL.
Your skin needs both hydration and moisturisation to maintain desirable levels of TEWL.
To achieve this, combine humectant and occlusive skincare ingredients.

 

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Get Hyperpigmentation under control

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All skins contain pigment (colour); some just have a little more than others. But all of us want to have the same, even tone amount of colour in our face. Nobody likes dark spots, splotches or patches of skin, which is why science has long searched for the answers to what is one of the most difficult skin conditions to treat: hyperpigmentation.
The pigment that gives our skin its colour is called melanin. In response to illness, injury or exposure to too much sunlight, the skin produces melanin in an attempt to protect the skin. Too much or uneven production of melanin and we get hyperpigmentation.

 

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Glowing Skin

Feb2019 1Glowing Skin with Alpha Hydroxy Acids

Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) is the group name for several types of acids that are naturally found in different foods and plants. They're a group of "peeling" agents that exfoliate the skin chemically.

AHA's help prevent dead skin cells from sticking together, making it easier to exfoliate. Doing so reveals fresher, refined skin that appears much smoother, is more hydrated, and, over time, becomes visibly firmer.

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SKNpen Collagen Induction Therapy

Sknpen PosterCollagen Induction Therapy for Younger, Healthier Skin.

The Sknlogic SKnpen is an advanced electric, micro needling pen that produces controlled, precise needle strokes to stimulate collagen and elastin production to reduce signs of ageing.

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Multipeel Chemical Peel System

Peel away multiple imperfections with Sknlogic Multipeel.

The Sknlogic multipeel is a multi-purpose, time dependent superficial peeling agent. It provides a safe, controlled and predictable procedure that gradually removes surface skin cells resulting in improvement of skin texture with no downtime. The Sknlogic Multipeel utilises both Alpha and Beta – hydroxy acids with other active ingredients to treat the skin. The result is skin that looks fresher with less visible damage such as fine lines and dark spots.

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Launching Multi Active Lotion

 Introducing Sknlogic Multi Active Lotion.  An intense treatment to treat multiple skin conditions such as dehydration, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles, hyperigmentation and acne.

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Launching Hydrating Serum

Introducing Sknlogic Hydrating serum.  An intense treatment for additional hydration and anti-ageing support. A light cream concentrated serum based on a high hydration profile of ingredients that delivers immediate moisture to saturate and refresh dehydrated skin.

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Sowing Good Seeds Bracelet

 SKNLOGIC skin care has partnered with Hands on Africa, a non-profit organisation that erects orphanages, health care centres, eye clinics and widow centres in rural Africa.

 SKNLOGIC has started the Sowing good seeds initiative in which we donate the proceeds from the sale of our Seed bracelet to Hands on Africa and the work they are doing amongst the children of Africa.



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SKNLOGIC in Sierre Leone

Karin Theunissen, the founder of SKNLOGIC and Natasha Adriaanse, the General Manager joined Hands on Africa, a non-profit organisation, on an outreach programme to their orphanage in Sierre Leone in June 2012.

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Sowing Good Seeds Initiative

sowing good seeds imageSKNLOGIC and Hands On Africa, a non-profit organisation, have joined hands to help feed, clothe and educate the children of Africa.

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Pomegranate, Then and Now.

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Pomegranate was regarded by Ayurveda of India as a “pharmacy unto itself”.  Ancient Greeks used all parts of the pomegranate plant to treat a variety of conditions and infections.

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